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Bili’n on the streets of Tel Aviv

for more pictures see Activiststill Protest art – Now you see it, now they rip it down- by Noa Yachot from Haaretz The latest art gallery in Tel Aviv is the city itself. Alternately put up – and ripped down ...

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15 hurt in fence protest

by Ali Waked for Ynet Anti-fence protesters, security forces clash near Palestinian village of Bilin. About 15 protesters have been injured on Friday in clashes between security forces and protesters against the West Bank security fence during a weekling demonstration ...

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Thousands Challenge Israeli Apartheid in Bil’in

by Henry Today, Friday the 20th of January, candidates from all Palestinian political parties and factions, including Hamas, Fatah, Al Mubadara, Democracy Front, Independent and others came to the villagers of Bil’in. There they were joined by over 300 Israeli ...

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Electoral candidates unite against the Apartheid Wall

Candidates from all Palestinian political parties and factions, including Hamas, Fatah, Al Mubadara and others will join the villagers of Bil’in on Friday the 20th of January at 12;00 AM in a march to the construction site of the annexation ...

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IOF:0, Goth Girl:1

by Katie More photos One of the activities of ISM is to create a physical presence of support for Palestinians resisting the occupation. The presence of international volunteers with cameras in the West Bank has a deterring effect on brutality ...

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Weekly resistance against the wall continues

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE After the noon prayers on Friday, January 13th, Palestinian villagers in Bil’in, accompanied by Israeli and international activists, will march from the village to the “Centre for Joint Struggle,” the legal Palestinian ‘outpost.’ The outpost is built ...

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