Israeli military has demolished their camp eleven times. fifteen people have been arrested, and thirty-six have been injured. The Israeli soldiers have occupied the area for more than four weeks, and have moved the Palestinians on the road outside of their own land. But still refuse to give up the fight, and will continue fighting for their land.
Fighting for their own land
Destoyed their camp 11 times
Watch what is happening at the camp
What is happening on this land?
Watch how the camp are being demolished:
What have the protest camp accomplished?
The presence of the protest camp has already stopped various attempts of the Israeli contractors to start the works for the construction of the 'relocation area' for the Bedouin. But sadly the Israeli authority have now started building and planing on the site. The Bedouin that are to be relocated there, are mainly from the Jahalin tribe. They have been living so far in the hills east of Jerusalem, on an area slated for the expansion plan of the settlement Ma'ale Adumim, called E1. Some 2500 people from 22 communities in the area east of Jerusalem are to be ethnically cleansed from their land in order to ensure the settlement of the E1 area.
Watch how they bulilt their 9 th. protest camp:
What is its impact on the Palestinian question?
Severing access to Jerusalem
Cutting in half the West Bank
The Bantustanization of Palestine
How is the situation at the site?
Watch how they are fighting for their land
What is the situation of the Palestinian Bedouin?
Bedouin were transferred to a new area
A long history of struggle
Israel announces its ethnic cleansing plan
Move the bedouin to make space for Israel
How can you help?
Keep yourself updated by checking out our webpage, our twitter @stopthewall and our facebook.
You can also raise awareness by sharing information about the Gate to Jerusalem camp on your website, blog, twitter, or on facebook.
You can write a letter to your local newspaper about the struggle of the Gate to Jerusalem camp.
If you are in Palestine, join the protests.