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Nil’in: The solitary confinement of olive trees

by Aida Gerard  31 October 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank The selective Israeli permission system prevents many families from Nil’in from reaching their land behind the wall to pick  their own olives as the olive harvest season nears ...

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First time welcomed into Ni’lin

23 September 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank At 1 pm the demonstration in Ni’lin started. 4 ISM volunteers helped to protest against the illegal, Israeli Apartheid Aall. After reaching the wall, the Israel army attacked us by using ...

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No signs of ceasing resistance in Ni’lin

6 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On Friday, 5 August, the weekly demonstration against the illegal settlement near the Palestinian village of Ni’lin was held, despite the majority of its participants fasting for Ramadan. Although smaller than ...

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Ni’lin demonstrates against the Apartheid Wall

24 June 2011 | Ni’lin A weekly Ni’ilin demonstration was met with the intense tear gas attack, leaving dozens suffering from the consequence of inhaling the gas. Demonstration, organized by the Ni’ilin Popular Committee and joined by Israeli and international ...

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Presence with a splash of tea is recipe for detainment

Deir Qaddis

19 June 2011 | International Solidarity Movement On Sunday June 19th, six International Solidarity Movement activists from the United Kingdom, United States, Brazil, Germany, and Sweden were illegally arrested by the Israeli military after attending a demonstration against the construction on confiscated ...

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