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Israeli army supress peaceful demonstration in Iraq Burin

21 May 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Around 80 Palestinians and international activists held a peaceful demonstration today in the village of Iraq Burin to protest the theft of village land for settlement construction. The demonstration began at about 16.00 ...

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Villagers of Jaloud protest their electricity being cut

13 May 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Today the village of Jaloud held a non-violent demonstration against the decision of Israel to cut off the electricity of seven families living on the outskirts of the village. The villagers and several ...

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Israel okays 942 new settler homes in East Jerusalem

5th April 2011 | Ma’an News Agency Jerusalem city council on Monday approved the construction of 942 new Jewish-only homes in Gilo settlement in occupied East Jersualem, a councillor told AFP. Elisha Peleg, from the right-wing Likud party, confirmed that ...

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Beit Ommar blockaded after settler attacks

29 March 2011 | International Solidarity Movement On Monday 28th March the Israeli army blockaded the town of Beit Ommar after arresting 15 young men the previous day. On the evening of March 27th troops entered the town arresting the ...

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Protester arrested as soldiers occupy Nabi Saleh

9 January 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Dozens of soldiers brought the village of Nabi Saleh to a standstill today in yet another attempt to curb demonstrations in the village. One protester was arrested, and two required medical treatment ...

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More Bedouin structures demolished in Jordan Valley

24 November 2010 | Ma’an News Agency & ISM As the sun rose early Wednesday, Palestinian Bedouins living in Abu Al-Ajaj, a small village in the Jordan Valley, were surprised to see Israeli bulldozers demolishing their sheds and sheep shelters. ...

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