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Three Nonviolent Protests in the West Bank

Nov. 30 Palestinian villagers protest on Road-443, Israel prevent them from using it Residents of a number of villages in the Ramallah area organized a protest joined by a number of International and Israeli peace activists at Highway 443, on ...

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Strong Military Repression at Non-Violent Demonstration in Bilin

Palestinian demonstrators, joined by international activists, marched in Bil’in on Friday 2nd November as part of the weekly non-violent protests against the segregation wall, internationally recognised as illegal. As the protest neared the wall the Israeli army used both teargas ...

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Rubber-Coated Steel Bullet Wounds Peaceful Demonstrator at Bil’in

Palestinians, Israelis, and internationals came together in the village of Bil’in for another non-violent demonstration against the internationally-recognized as illegal segregation Wall built on Palestinian land. Israeli soldiers responded to the peaceful protesters with the usual onslaught of tear gas, ...

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Strong Military Repression at Bil’in Demonstration

On Friday October 19th, members of the Palestinian cycling club and villagers of the West Bank town of Al Walaja joined international and Israeli activists along with the village of Bil’in for the weekly demonstration against the Segregation Wall. Al ...

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