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Settlers hit activists at peaceful roadblock protests in the West Bank

by Davey Brandi and Ellie 3 December 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On two different occasions while Palestinians, accompanied by international activists, peacefully blocked roads leading to illegal settlements to demonstrate against the occupation and settlements, settlers purposefully ...

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What happened on the 10th of January in Jericho

14 January 2012 | Mahmoud Zwahre, Al Ma’sara Village I would like to thank all of you who stand with us, who have showed amazing support these past three days and demanded our immediate release from Israeli military jail. I ...

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Demonstrators Block Route 60 Near Beit Ummar

Popular Struggle Coordination Committee 6 March 2010 Demonstrators protesting the deceleration of the Cave of the Patriarchs and Joseph’s Tomb as Israeli heritage sites, manged to block the main road from Jerusalem to Hebron. In response to the inclusion of ...

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Ma’asara Demonstration Takes a New Route to Settler Road

12 February 2010 Activists in Ma’asara village near Bethlehem changed their demonstration route today and marched to the “settler only” road outside the village. Once they reached Highway 60 the demonstration was surrounded by Israeli soldiers and the area was ...

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28 kilometers of distilled apartheid

Gideon Levy | Haaretz 29 December 2009 This highway has told the whole story. They pave a road, expropriate Palestinian land and the High Court of Justice approves the expropriation, in its words, “provided that it is done for the ...

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