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A snake winds through Bil’in

Carrying a 20-foot long mock snake with a dove baring the colors of the Palestinian flag in its mouth, about 100 Palestinian peace activists in the West Bank village of Bil’in on Friday were joined by 50 Israelis and 30 ...

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Abdullah Abu-Rahme released

Abdullah Abu-Rahme was released from the jail in Ofer Military Base on Monday, Aug.1, at 2.30 pm. Abdullah was arrested July 17 during a nonviolent demonstration against the wall in his home village of Bil’in. In a previous hearing, a ...

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Border Police `lie about violence at fence protests’

By Jonathan Lis Ha’aretz Daily For more than six months, dozens of Israelis and hundreds of Palestinians have been demonstrating every weekend against the construction of the separation fence near the West Bank village of Bil’in. These demonstrations, defined by ...

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A West Bank village opts for peaceful protest to broach the Wall

By MOHAMMED KHATIB The Seattle Post Intelligencer seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/233676_arab24.html Sunday, July 24, 2005 Israel’s planned evacuation of its illegal Gaza settlements is a positive step but it should not be mistaken for the end of Israel’s military occupation. While the world’s ...

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Crackdown on peace activists in West Bank

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Israeli forces employed an increased level of brutality against nonviolent Palestinian, Israeli and foreign activists Friday during demonstrations in the West Bank villages of Asira and Bil’in. ASIRA Over 250 villagers of Asira, in Nablus district, gathered ...

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