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UPDATED: ISM honors Kayla Mueller

Kayla, sitting under a poster of Ashraf Abu Rahma from Bil'in

9th February 2015 | International Solidarity Movement | Occupied Palestine Update 10th February 2015: Today, 10th February, Kayla Mueller’s family confirmed she has been killed. Abdullah Abu Rahma, coordinator of the popular committee in the village of Bil’in where Kayla joined the protests, ...

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Continuing harrassment of Izbat Tabib village

Israeli soldiers and the flying checkpoint outside the village

25th November 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus Team | Izbat Tabib, Occupied Palestine Yesterday, November 24th, Israeli soldiers blocked the road at the entrance to Izbat Tabib and entered the village on three separate occasions during the night, firing tear ...

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Songs tear down fences in Izbat Tabib

13 July 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On July 13th villagers in the small town of Izbat Tabib wanted to protest against the illegal Israeli construction of barbed wire fences outside the village, preventing farmers from tending their lands and ...

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Army builds fence around Izbat Al Tabib

Soldiers construct fence

23 May 2011 | International Solidarity Movement This morning at about 9am the Israeli army entered the village of Izbat Al Tabib with construction vehicles and began to build a large barbed wire fence along the side of the village ...

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Izbat Al Tabib set to lose land with creation of wall

27 April 2011 | International Solidarity Movement The village of Izbat Al Tabib outside Qalqilya is currently being threatened by the creation of a wall, which will annex 1000 square meters of their agricultural land. The village is situated right ...

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Izbet Tabib under threat

24 August 2010 | ISM Media In the small village of Izbet Tabib near Qalqiliya in the north of the West Bank, 27 of the 55 houses have received eviction orders from Israeli authorities. Located in Area C (following the ...

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