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DFLP Anniversay demo in Bil’in village this Friday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE This Friday the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine will celebrate its 38th anniversary in the village of Bil’in. Speeches will be held in the village after midday prayers before the march to the Apartheid Wall, ...

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Haaretz: “Legitimization of land theft”

Haaretz editorial, February 27th The theft of private land and lawless construction, with the authorities’ collaboration, have long been routine in the land of the settlers. The scope of these deeds and their seriousness are described extensively in the report ...

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The Guardian: “Anti-wall protests hit second anniversary”

by Rory McCarthy, February 23rd Israelis and Palestinians will gather today for a demonstration to mark the two-year anniversary of their most high-profile joint campaign against Israel’s barrier in the occupied West Bank. Weekly protests at Bil’in, a village west ...

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The Wall – The Battlefield in Bil’in

by Abdullah Abu Rahme, Bil’in is a small, peaceful village surrounded by hills and valleys, lying halfway between Yaffa and Jerusalem and is among the villages that fall under the governorate of Ramallah, 16km west of Bil’in. It has a ...

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Second Anniversary Demonstration in Bil’in

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Friday 23rd February Bil’in village west of Ramallah marks two years of non-violent resistance to the annexation barrier and illegal settlements. Every Friday for the past two years villagers from Bil’in have marched from the village ...

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