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IDF uses ‘two-two bullets’ in Ni’ilin clash

The Jerusalem Post 15 November 2009 IDF troops used ammunition equivalent to live bullets against protesters at Ni’ilin on Friday, where a weekly protest by Palestinians and left-wing activists from Israel and abroad is held against the West Bank security ...

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Naalin: Protestors say IDF using live fire

Ali Waked | YNet News 13 November 2009 Two Palestinians were injured Friday at the weekly anti-fence protest in the West Bank village of Naalin. The protestors claim Israeli security forces have reinstated the use of Ruger rifles, which have ...

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Bil’in demonstrates in solidarity with indicted MK Baraka

Bil’in Popular Committee 13 November 2009 Directly after the Friday prayers, Bil’in citizens gathered in a large demonstration, in response to a call from the Poplar Committee Against the Wall. They were joined by international and Israeli activists, as well ...

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Bilin’s legal struggle continues

10 November 2009 Jillian Kestler-D’Amours | The Electronic Intifada Abdullah Abu Rahme can no longer sleep in his own home. A member of the Bilin Popular Committee Against the Wall, Abu Rahme explained that since Bilin began its legal proceedings ...

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Inciting non-violence: support Bil’in’s struggle

Support Bil’in’s struggle “Just as a simple man named Ghandi led the successful non-violent struggle in India and simple people such as Rosa Parks and Nelson Mandela led the struggle for civil rights in the United States, simple people here ...

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Interview: Living under constant fear of arrest

5 November 2009 Jody McIntyre | Electronic Intifada Mohammed Ahmed Issa Yassen, 20, lives in the occupied West Bank village of Bilin, where he works in his family’s car garage business as a mechanic. He is also a student at ...

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