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Weekly demonstration report

FRIDAY October 15, 2010 Report on An Nabi Saleh by May Yesterday the village of An Nabi Saleh was transformed into a war zone, with Palestinian villagers and about fifteen International Peace activists trapped within the village behind a checkpoint ...

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Weekly protests continue across Palestine

20 September 2010 | ISM MediaArrests, low-flying tear gas canisters and rubber-coated steel bullets: reports from weekly demonstrations in Bil`in, Ni`lin, An-Nabi Saleh, Al-Ma`sara, Beit Ummar and Hebron.

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Direct action around Palestine

International Solidarity Movement 1 July 2010 Al Ma’asara The people of Al-Ma’asara’s again demonstrated peacefully last Friday, protesting against land seizures and settler harassment. Twenty villagers were joined by a handful of Israelis and internationals, marching from the village out ...

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Spirit strong in weekend demonstrations

International Solidarity Movement 15 June 2010 Al Ma’asara Around 30 Palestinians, Israelis and internationals gathered for the weekly demonstration in Al Ma’asara on Friday June 11th. The participators called for the Israeli government to stop construction of the illegal apartheid ...

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Unprovoked violence in Al Ma’asara

International Solidarity Movement 22 May 2010 On Friday 21st May, the village of Al Ma’asara, south of Bethlehem, held its weekly demonstration against the theft of village lands by the nearby Israeli colony/settlement of Efrat. Chanting “We want to go ...

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Nakba Day observations span West Bank

International Solidarity Movement 16th May 2010 Al Ma’asara: ‘Culture is Resistance’ The village of Al Ma’asara, near Bethlehem, held a Palestinian cultural festival on Friday to mark the 62nd anniversary of the Nakba. Palestinian music, dance and poetry were all ...

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Demonstrations across West Bank reflect growing momentum

International Solidarity Movement 3 May 2010 Between Friday and Sunday, more than 600 demonstrators protested the apartheid, land confiscation and the illegal wall in eight West Bank locations. These weekly demonstrations reflect the growing momentum of popular non-violent resistance, despite ...

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