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Protestors hold firm around Palestine this week

International Solidarity Movement 6 July 2010 An Nabi Salih The Friday protest in An Nabi Salih was passionate and vibrant as ever. Israeli Army jeeps pre-emptively invaded the village, setting up a roadblock at the main crossroads. Dozens of villagers, ...

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Direct action around Palestine

International Solidarity Movement 1 July 2010 Al Ma’asara The people of Al-Ma’asara’s again demonstrated peacefully last Friday, protesting against land seizures and settler harassment. Twenty villagers were joined by a handful of Israelis and internationals, marching from the village out ...

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FAQ’s about Tristan Anderson’s condition

Solidarity with Tristan Anderson 24 May 2010 Written by Gabby, his partner, as of 1 May, 2010. Can he talk? Yes, Tristan started talking in early December (shortly after he ripped out his tracheotomy tube). What does he say? Does ...

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Weekend demonstrations continue the struggle

International Solidarity Movement 10 May 2010 Bil’in Today’s demonstrators, Palestinians, Israelis, and internationals, marched from the Bil’in mosque towards the illegal apartheid wall. Halfway along the route, the procession picked up several men dressed entirely in black, carrying a coffin ...

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Demonstrations across West Bank reflect growing momentum

International Solidarity Movement 3 May 2010 Between Friday and Sunday, more than 600 demonstrators protested the apartheid, land confiscation and the illegal wall in eight West Bank locations. These weekly demonstrations reflect the growing momentum of popular non-violent resistance, despite ...

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Live Ammunition Fired at Nonviolent Demonstrators in Ni’lin

International Solidarity Movement 9 April 2010 Facing tear gas, rubber-coated steel bullets and live ammunition, roughly sixty Palestinians gathered outside of Ni’lin today. Joined by 15 Israeli and International activists, the demonstrators protested the Israeli occupation which has claimed over ...

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