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Palestinians banned from land as Route 60 expands

17th november 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Huwwara team | Burin, occupied Palestine On monday morning, Mahmoud Yasser Eid, a 22 year-old palestinian from the village of Burin, was stopped by the Israeli forces as he went to pick olives ...

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Ongoing harassment and restrictions on farmers around Nablus

12th March 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus Team | Burin, Salim, and Awarta, Occupied Palestine Early spring marks an important time of the year for farmers around Nablus, where critical work must be done to ensure a quality olive harvest in October. In ...

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19-year-old shot and killed by Israeli forces in Burin

3rd February 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus Team | Burin, Occupied Palestine       On the evening of January 31, 2015, Israeli soldiers shot and killed Ahmad Ibrahim Najar, a 19-year-old Palestinian from the village of Burin (Nablus region). In ...

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More Palestinian teenagers shot by the Israeli military

12th January 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus team | Burin, Occupied Palestine On Saturday, January 10th, Palestinian youths went out to play in the snow on Al-Sabeh Mountain in east Burin. A group of Israeli settlers approached the village as ...

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Stories from Burin during the olive harvest

15th October 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus team | Burin, Occupied Palestine On Monday, three Palestinians were picking olives in Burin. Their field was in a very exposed area, right between an illegal settlement, a military checkpoint, and a security detention centre. A ...

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Palestinian family attacked by settlers while harvesting olives

10th October 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus Team | Burin, Occupied Palestine Tuesday afternoon, the 7th of October, olive farmer Mahmoud Rga Mahoud Aid, his wife, and thei three children were attacked by a a group of settlers from the illegal settlement of Giv’at ...

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