Bilin

The legitimate and rightful weekly demonstration of the Palestinian continued this Friday against the occupation, the apartheid wall, & the settlements.

Youth and foreign solidarity activists in Nabi Saleh was wounded by rubber bullets, after Israeli occupation forces suppressed the protest march of the village, north-west of Ramallah, against the settlement and confiscation of Palestinian land.

Bil’in

15 demonstrators were injured today, including solidarity activists and a journalist. There were also dozens of cases of severe asphyxia as a result of inhaling the tear gas in clashes that took place in the village of Bil'in, after Occupation forces suppressed the central march against the Wall and the settlements in the village of Bil'in.

This march commemorated the second anniversary of the martyrdom on behalf of Abu Rahmah, and participants held Palestinian flags and pictures of martyrs Jawaher Abu Rahmah.

On June 4th, 2010, Israeli Occupation forces raided a solidarity march featuring a model ship of the Gaza-bound Freedom Flotilla in Bil'in, a village in the west of Ramallah district. The Israeli forces wounded seven activists and arrested another three. Among the wounded were three journalists.

On June 4th, 2010, Israeli Occupation forces raided a solidarity march featuring a model ship of the Gaza-bound Freedom Flotilla in Bil'in, a village in the west of Ramallah district. The Israeli forces wounded seven activists and arrested another three. Among the wounded were three journalists.

Eyad Tahar was found dead on Monday the 3rd of April, drowned in a flood near the Apartheid Wall between Bil’in and Safa. A valley here has been flooded, with the Wall blamed for preventing recent rainfall from draining. Tahar’s body was recovered from the razor wire of the Wall, while his brother Raad was rushed to hospital after being found unconscious in the pool of water.




Marking the one year anniversary of the ICJ decree on the illegality of the Apartheid Wall, villages across Palestine mobilized during a week long series of protests, demanding the ICJ decision to be implemented. As long as the Occupation continues, Palestinians will continue to resist and demand for their right to self-determination. No matter how hungry the Zionist vision, the instinct for liberation is stronger.



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On the one year anniversary of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling, Palestinians took to the streets united in their calls to “Tear down this Wall NOW!”. Clashes ensued in Beit Liqya after the body of martyred youth Mahyoub Assi was laid to rest and villagers took to their lands in the area where the 15 year old was murdered.





Ramallah







A number of protests in villages and towns across Palestine have left scores injured. Meanwhile a 15 year old child – Mahyoub Assi. – was assassinated by Occupation Forces in Beit Liqya. From Masha to Imneizel, Palestinian resistance to the Occupation and Apartheid Wall is escalating ahead of the one year anniversary of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling for the Wall to be torn down.



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"To apply the ICJ Decision and Halt the Ethnic Cleansing in Jerusalem and Palestine!"



As Palestinians are ethnically cleansed from their capital of Jerusalem, expelled from their lands in the West Bank, imprisoned in Gaza and under subjugation in the 1948 areas, the Occupation ensures that the most devastating symbols of racism and colonialism have continued into the 21st century. Steps to sustain and legitimize this apartheid system in Palestine - imposed by the Occupation Forces with the complicity of the international community - gain in momentum every day.






***image2***Several villagers were left wounded as Occupation Forces attacked the village of Bili’n on Friday the 1st of July. Around 300 demonstrators marched to the lands stolen for the Apartheid Wall to be met be a brutal mixture of live ammunition, rubber bullets, sound bombs and tear gas. Clashes ensued for several hours as Palestinians responded to the Occupation violence with stones driving them out of the village.




***image2***Clashes ensued for several hours in Bili'n on Friday June 24th as Occupation Forces attacked Palestinians confronting the Apartheid Wall with an array of sound bombs, rubber bullets and tear gas. Later a section of the Wall path foundations - built by Occupation Forces over the last week - was destroyed as Palestinians continued their resistance to the Occupation and the Apartheid Wall.




***image2***Hundreds of villagers in Marda and Bil’in clashed with Occupation Forces as Friday saw several demonstrations held across the West Bank, as the climax to a week of events marking the 38th Naksa Day – the Occupation of the West Bank and Gaza in 1967 and the extension of the Zionist project of Apartheid, Colonization and Expulsion into these areas. Dozens of Palestinians were injured as the Occupation fired tear gas and rubber-coated metal bullets at demonstrators.

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