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Bil’in: Land Grab thanks to the Wall

Bil’in is a small village located six km east of the green line, west of Ramallah. The village rests on 4,000 dunams (about 1,000 acres) and is home to 1,700 residents, whose livelihood depends on agriculture and work outside the ...

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Bil’in Turns the Tables on the Occupation

The people of Bil’in are using the symbols and language employed by Israel for the theft of Palestinian land in a bid to hold onto village land that Israel is attempting to annex for the Wall and settlements. Last week ...

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Christmas lights in Bil’in

By Maria and Anna Bilin 26/12/05 On Christmas day, a day representing love and hope for millions of people around the world, the brave people of Bilin brought a new caravan on their land that has been unrightfully cut off ...

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Four articles on Bil’in In the Israeli press

1) There’s a system for turning Palestinian property into Israel’s state land By Akiva Eldar, Haaretz 2) Bilin: Illegal outpost may become school By Ali Waked, Ynet 3) Bil’in demonstrators return to outpost By Erik Schechter, Jerusalem Post 4) Palestinians, ...

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The Tent of Defiance

In a demonstration held at noon on Dec 23, the villagers of Bil’in erected a tent on land cut off from the village by the annexation barrier. The tent was meant to replace the trailer that was forcefully evacuated and ...

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A Conference Against the Wall in Bil’in

[BILIN, West Bank] In our village of Bilin, near the West Bank city of Ramallah, we are living an important but overlooked story of the occupation. Though Israeli forces withdrew from Gaza earlier this year, they are continuing to expand ...

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