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ISM volunteer kidnapped from court–finally released

8 July 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank An ISM volunteer was detained and threatened with deportation for participating in a peaceful, nonviolent demonstration in the village of Iraq Burin last week, and was finally released by Israel since ...

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Iraq Burin Raided

6 July 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank More than 300 Israeli soldiers raided the village Iraq Burin at approximately 10:30pm to 5am commencing on the 5th July. Soldiers accompanied by dogs forcefully entered all 150 houses within the village. The ...

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Israeli army supress peaceful demonstration in Iraq Burin

21 May 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Around 80 Palestinians and international activists held a peaceful demonstration today in the village of Iraq Burin to protest the theft of village land for settlement construction. The demonstration began at about 16.00 ...

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Settlers set two cars on fire in Burin

24 February 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Settlers came down from the illegal Israeli settlements of Bracha and Yitzar thuesday night and harassed families in the village of Burin. Around 7 o’clock in the evening settlers attacked a family that live ...

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Soldiers abandon Palestinian farmers in Kufr Qalil

24 October 2010 | International Solidarity Movement Farmers in Kufr Qalil, near Nablus, were scheduled to receive army protection yesterday through the Israeli District Coordination Office (DCO), in order to harvest their olives on land near the illegal Bracha settlement. ...

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Settlers attack Burin olive farmers

16 October 2010 | International Solidarity Movement Today farmers in Burin, a village located south of Nablus, were forced to abandon their olive harvesting when about one hundred settlers came down to their fields. The settlers came from the illegal ...

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