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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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Two children arrested in Bil’in

27 January 2011 | Popular Committee Against the Wall The Israeli army detained two children Thursday evening from the village of Bil’in. Mutasim Ali Mansour and Khalil Ibrahim Yassin were by the apartheid wall, when they were restrained and blindfolded ...

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A melancholy Martin Luther King Day in Bil’in

17 January 2010 | The Huffington Post, Majida Abu Rahmah My family endured another heartbreaking setback last Tuesday in the case of my husband, Abdallah Abu Rahmah. Although Abdallah’s prison sentence ended November 18th, the Israeli Military Court of Appeals ...

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Bil’in: A village in mourning

9 January 2011 | Al Jazeera, Renee Lewis One West Bank family has paid the highest price for their village’s peaceful pursuit of justice. People say that time heals, but the Abu Rahmah family feels as though it is living ...

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“Gas won’t tear us apart”: a return to Bil’in

8 January 2010 | +972 Magazine, Joseph Dana Hundreds march in Bil’in to commemorate Jawaher Abu Rahmah, the 36-year-old woman who was killed last week in an unarmed demonstration against the separation wall. The former vice president of the European ...

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