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IDF still using banned weapon against civilian protestors

Chaim Levinson | Ha’aretz 19 September 2010 The Israel Defense Forces continues using the Ruger 10/22 rifle to disperse protests even though it has been prohibited by the military advocate general, a hearing at a military court revealed last week. ...

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Night raids resume in Ni’lin

15 September 2010 | ISM Media At 3 a.m. this morning the Israeli army entered the West Bank village of Ni`lin and detained a Palestinian man, Barakat Nafi. This is the first house raid since before the Islamic holy month ...

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West Bank demonstration reports

An Nabi Saleh – 13/8/2010 On Friday around 35 Palestinians demonstrated against Hallamish settlement with around 15 Israeli and international peace activists in the village of An Nabi Salih. When the peaceful demonstration started, as usual after the noon prayer, ...

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Protests across the West Bank

International Solidarity Movement, August 6th, 2010 An Nabi Salih: This Friday, August 6th, around 100 Palestinians, Israelis and internationals took part in An Nabi Salih’s weekly nonviolent demonstration against the illegal Halamish settlement’s theft of the village’s land and water ...

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The weekend in protests

August 2010 | ISM Media Reports of all the weekend demonstrations in the West Bank attended by ISM activists. Bil’in: tributes paid to Olympia and music from rappers in solidarity with Palestine (July 30th) Dozens suffered from tear gas inhalation ...

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The resistance continues in protests across Palestine

Al Ma’sara  (Friday 16 July) On the anniversary of the French Revolution, the theme of the protest in Al Ma’sara on Friday was the destruction of the prison in which Israel holds Palestinians captive, redolent of the French storming of ...

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