Home / Tag: Settlers

Tag Archives: Settlers

First anniversary of double Sheikh Jarrah eviction

2 August 2010 Today, August 2nd, marks one year since the Hanoun and al-Ghawi families were evicted from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of East Jerusalem at 5:30 in the morning by Israeli security forces. The families, together ...

Read More »

Aqraba plants olive trees to ward off settlers

1 August 2010 | ISM Media Residents of the village of Aqraba, near Nablus, planted forty young olive trees on their land on Thursday (29 July 2010) to send a message to settlers who have been plowing the area in ...

Read More »

Wadi Qana farmland being polluted by settlement sewage

31 July 2010 | ISM and IWPS (International Women’s Peace Service) Wadi Qana is a valley south west of Nablus where numerous springs supply water to the surrounding Palestinian villages. Approximately 60 people live in the valley itself, and many ...

Read More »

Harassment and crop destruction in Hebron

International Solidarity Movement 16 June 2010 Tel Rumeida raid, 14 June The Israeli army conducted a night raid the on the mosque Othman Ibn Afan in Tel Rumeida, Hebron, 14 June 2010. At 9.30 pm local residents and mosque visitors ...

Read More »