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Remembering Bassem Abu Rahma

Bassem: A friend to us all

17 April 2010 | Anarchists Against the Wall On April 17th we mark one year to losing Bassem, who we also knew as Pheel. Although he is greatly missed at the village and during every demonstration, his spirit keeps on ...

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Five locals injured in Bil’in’s weekly demonstration

18 March 2011 | Friends of Freedom and Justice, Bil’in The slogan of this week’s peaceful demonstration in Bil’in was to ‘End the Division and Occupation.’ Many international and Israeli activists participated alongside local residents of Bil’in and neighboring villages. ...

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Bil’in marks sixth anniversary of anti-Wall demonstrations

19 February 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee During the weekly demonstration five people were injured and dozens suffered from server cases of asphyxia from tear gas. Hundreds of Palestinians joined by Israeli and international solidarity actives marched under the ...

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One citizen wounded and dozens asphyxiated in Bil’in

28 January 2011 | Popular Committee Against the Wall Ramallah-Bil’in: A resident of Bil’in was wounded and dozens of residents, peace activists, and individuals wishing to show solidarity suffered severe asphyxiation today. This was due to extensive tear gas use ...

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