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Burin: Yitzhar settlers leave the mark of violence

by Veronica 10 February 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On Thursday 9 February at about 10pm, a house in the village of Burin near Nablus was attacked by settlers. Approximately 50 armed settlers approached a house near the ...

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Planting hope and natural resistance in Burin

by Jonas Weber 4 February 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On the 4th of February International Solidarity Movement (ISM) and The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) attended the replanting of 50 olive trees on the hillsides above ...

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In Photos: Burin withstands settler violence

by Amal 9 November 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank In the past three years Burin has faced increased settler violence. This small village of approximately 3,000 people deal with a constant threat of settler attacks or Israeli army ...

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Second settler arson attack on Madama in a week

3 June 2011 | International Solidarity Movement On Thursday June 2 at about 1pm, the villagers of Madama were again victims of a settler arson attack on their land. According to Samed Hamad, a 15 year old Palestinian who saw ...

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Settler arson attack on the village of Madama

01 June 2011 | International Solidarity Movement On Monday 30 May at 4pm, the villagers of Madama reported that a fire had been started by seven to eight settlers in one of the village’s wheat fields. The field was close ...

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