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Civil resistance to bring down the Walls

1 November 2010 | Ayed Morrar, Huffington Post Budrus, a documentary film now debuting across the US, tells the story of a successful protest campaign by unarmed Palestinian civilians against Israel’s military occupation in my small West Bank village. Our ...

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Building a different Middle East

Joel Beinin | The Nation 15 January 2010 Like every other woman in her village Umm Hasan wears a headscarf. Her husband and other male relatives are not on the scene. But this is not an obstacle to her animated ...

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Budrus continues its nonviolent resistance

Budrus Village in the West Bank has a long history of nonviolent resistance to the Israeli occupation and to the construction of the Apartheid Wall on its land. This video was made by Israeli activists. It documents a typical nonviolent ...

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Letter From Budrus

By Mark Sorkin Originally published in The Nation The van drops us off at the top of a hill and rattles around the bend. It is the middle of the afternoon in Budrus, a tiny village in the occupied West ...

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Budrus Has A Hammer

By Kobi Snitz Originally published in Zmag Last afternoon, the Israeli army invaded the village of Budrus during the course of a wedding at which most of the village was present. Many shots were fired, three injuries were suffered and ...

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