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In Palestine, to exist is to resist

by Melinda Tuhus 24 January 2012 | In These Times Behind the headlines, Palestinians are using nonviolent direct action to protest the status quo. WEST BANK, PALESTINE – On November 15, Mazin Qumsiyeh and other Palestinian activists boarded public bus ...

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Ashraf Abu Rahmah was arrested for being himself

23 October 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank To some soldiers of the Israeli army, staying alone, being quiet, and carrying a flag is a crime. To them, people who act in that way should be arrested. At least ...

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The lonely olive tree of Bil’in

14 October 2011  | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Near the concrete wall which separates Bil’in from Modiin Illit colony, occupied by ultra-Orthodox Jews, there is an olive tree.  It is impossible to know how it survived the construction of the wall and how it continues to resist to the lack of a few cares that the specie ...

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Bil’in takes art as a means of resistance

30 September 2011 | Popular Committee against the Wall and Settlement of Bil’in Dozens of demonstrators were asphyxiated by tear gas during the weekly march organized by the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Bil’in. Present at the ...

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