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11 years of peaceful resistance in Bil’in

February 18th, 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah team | Bil’in, occupied Palestine On Friday, February 19th, residents of the village of Bil’in will march to celebrate the 11th aniversary of the beginning of the weekly protest against occupation. The ...

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Israeli forces rebuild roadblock in Kafr Qaddum

16th January 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Tulkarem team | Kafr Qaddum, occupied Palestine On the 16th of January, Israeli forces shot a young protester with live ammunition while the villagers of Kafr Qaddum were protesting the theft of their land. ...

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Weeks of repression and resistance in Ni’lin

15th January 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah team | Ni’lin, occupied Palestine A walk through the olive groves of Ni’lin village, down the dirt road between stone walls and cacti and past the scattered remnants of spent tear gas canisters, grenades ...

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14 Palestinians finally laid to rest in occupied al-Khalil

2nd January, 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | al-Khalil, occupied Palestine On the 2nd of January 2016, thousands attended the funeral of 14 martyrs in occupied al-Khalil (Hebron). A demonstration following the funeral, against the continued killing of Palestinians with impunity by ...

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First aid crews need your support to save lives!

9th November 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Huwara Team | occupied Palestine On October 30th 2015, Israeli forces shot at one of Fadi’s ambulances which resulted in the windows of one of the ambulances being broken alongside other damages.   ...

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In al-Khalil (Hebron) the situation grows gravely worse

18th October 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine After a day of intensified violence in al-Khalil the midnight hour brought horrifying screams for help from local mosques, the screaming sirens of ambulances and clouds of ...

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