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Non-violent demonstration at Um Salamona

Last Friday of a group of 70 demonstrators, comprising of Palestinian, international and Israeli activists, gathered near the town of Umm Salamona, south of Bethlehem, to demonstrate against the planned route of the apartheid wall and the Israeli Occupation Forces’ ...

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BBC: Hope flowers for West Bank school

By Raffi Berg For the Palestinian children of Hope Flowers School, violence and conflict is a part of everyday life. Just six km (four miles) from Jerusalem, their village has seen repeated Israeli incursions, shootings and demolitions by the army. ...

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Anti-wall Protests: army violence in Bil`in, relative restraint in Walaja

By Ghassan Bannoura/John Smith IMEMC September 28, 2007 http://www.imemc.org/article/50679 http://www.imemc.org/article/50677 Video coverage Bil`in at http://mishtara.org/blog/?p=250 Nine injured in the weekly non violent protest at Bil`in At the weekly non violent protest at the village of Bil`in, located near the central ...

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Let Them East Grapes!

Umm Salumona For the first time in two months a Palestinian farmer was given permission today to visit his land at Umm-Salumona in the district of North Bethlehem. A large area of land has been annexed by the Israeli military, ...

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Umm Salamuna Demo Proceeds, Despite IOF Interference

On Friday August 24 at 12:00pm around 40 Palestinians and 40 internationals gathered in Umm Salumuna, in the region of south Bethlehem, to protest the building of the apartheid wall. The village had been declared a military zone by the ...

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Umm Salamona: Soldiers Get Rough With Protesters

On Friday afternoon August 17th over 150 Palestinian landowners and their families were accompanied by Israeli and international human rights activists to protest against the Apartheid wall in Umm Salamona and W’laga on the outskirts of Bethlehem. The demonstration has ...

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