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***image2***On August 20, Occupation Forces have closed the second of two Wall gates in Jenin district. As we reported last week, Occupation Forces closed the Tura gate on August 16 and now they have also closed the Barta’a gate. Occupation Forces opened a new gate near Zibda village which has now become the only entrance or exit for the people living in this area; this is now the only gate in all of Jenin district.

***image2***On Monday, August 16, Occupation Forces began closing the Tura gate in Jenin District, which is used by five Palestinian villages. The villages, Tura, Um Rehan, Dhahr al Malih, Al Amrah and Ar Ra'adye are dependent on this gate and were annexed to the West by the Apartheid Wall.




***image2***On Monday, August 16, Occupation Forces began closing the Tura gate in Jenin District, which is used by five Palestinian villages. The villages, Tura, Um Rehan, Dhahr al Malih, Al Amrah and Ar Ra'adye are dependent on this gate and were annexed to the West by the Apartheid Wall.




Settlers Burn More Olive Trees in Marda



Last Monday, August 9th, settlers burned 60 olive trees in the north side of Marda village, Salfit district. It's not enough for the settlers that the farmers are not even able to collect there their olives, because of the different intimidation policies that Occupation Forces and settlers use against them to prevent them from reaching their lands, but they also blatantly destroy the people's lands. Burning their trees and damaging their lands is yet another way to control Palestinian's access to their lands and sources of living.

Settlers Burn More Olive Trees in Marda



Last Monday, August 9th, settlers burned 60 olive trees in the north side of Marda village, Salfit district. It's not enough for the settlers that the farmers are not even able to collect there their olives, because of the different intimidation policies that Occupation Forces and settlers use against them to prevent them from reaching their lands, but they also blatantly destroy the people's lands. Burning their trees and damaging their lands is yet another way to control Palestinian's access to their lands and sources of living.

On Monday March 22nd all gates in Qalqilya were closed after a march following the assassination of Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, and no farmers were not able to reach their lands. Occupation soldiers began firing on people near the Wall and Daood Nofal, 17 years old, was shot while standing on the roof of his house.




On Monday March 22nd all gates in Qalqilya were closed after a march following the assassination of Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, and no farmers were not able to reach their lands. Occupation soldiers began firing on people near the Wall and Daood Nofal, 17 years old, was shot while standing on the roof of his house.




On Monday March 22nd all gates in Qalqilya were closed after a march following the assassination of Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, and no farmers were not able to reach their lands. Occupation soldiers began firing on people near the Wall and Daood Nofal, 17 years old, was shot while standing on the roof of his house.




On Monday March 22nd all gates in Qalqilya were closed after a march following the assassination of Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, and no farmers were not able to reach their lands. Occupation soldiers began firing on people near the Wall and Daood Nofal, 17 years old, was shot while standing on the roof of his house.




On Monday March 22nd all gates in Qalqilya were closed after a march following the assassination of Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, and no farmers were not able to reach their lands. Occupation soldiers began firing on people near the Wall and Daood Nofal, 17 years old, was shot while standing on the roof of his house.




The following is a portion of a presentation/testimony given by Sharif Omar Khaled (Abu Azzam) at the symposium co-organized by PENGON/Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign at The Hague on Saturday, February 21. The symposium, also referred to as the Popular Hearing, sought to provide a platform at The Hague for affected communities to make their struggle known worldwide.







The following is a portion of a presentation/testimony given by Sharif Omar Khaled (Abu Azzam) at the symposium co-organized by PENGON/Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign at The Hague on Saturday, February 21. The symposium, also referred to as the Popular Hearing, sought to provide a platform at The Hague for affected communities to make their struggle known worldwide.







The following is a portion of a presentation/testimony given by Sharif Omar Khaled (Abu Azzam) at the symposium co-organized by PENGON/Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign at The Hague on Saturday, February 21. The symposium, also referred to as the Popular Hearing, sought to provide a platform at The Hague for affected communities to make their struggle known worldwide.







Arab Abu Farda, Qalqiliya District



This past week, an officer from the Occupation Administration went to the village of Arab Abu Farda, isolated in south Qalqiliya, and ordered them to remove streetlights that they had recently established in the community; the residents have refused and thus far the lights remain.






Arab Abu Farda, Qalqiliya District



This past week, an officer from the Occupation Administration went to the village of Arab Abu Farda, isolated in south Qalqiliya, and ordered them to remove streetlights that they had recently established in the community; the residents have refused and thus far the lights remain.






Arab Abu Farda, Qalqiliya District



This past week, an officer from the Occupation Administration went to the village of Arab Abu Farda, isolated in south Qalqiliya, and ordered them to remove streetlights that they had recently established in the community; the residents have refused and thus far the lights remain.






Arab Abu Farda, Qalqiliya District



This past week, an officer from the Occupation Administration went to the village of Arab Abu Farda, isolated in south Qalqiliya, and ordered them to remove streetlights that they had recently established in the community; the residents have refused and thus far the lights remain.






Arab Abu Farda, Qalqiliya District



This past week, an officer from the Occupation Administration went to the village of Arab Abu Farda, isolated in south Qalqiliya, and ordered them to remove streetlights that they had recently established in the community; the residents have refused and thus far the lights remain.






The Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign’s three Emergency Centers in the northern West Bank continually send in information regarding destruction and devastation from the Wall. Information sent from the Emergency Centers will be published regularly under the heading “A Day in the North”, surfacing the daily devastation which the Apartheid Wall continues to lay upon Palestine.



Azzun Atma, Qalqiliya district



Yesterday, some 20 school children were locked out of their village Wadi Rasha by the Apartheid Wall’s gate for nearly four hours after attending school in the adjacent village of Habla. The students arrived at the gate, the only passage between the two villages, at 12:30 to find it locked.

On Tuesday October 6th, the Municipality of Jayyus, a village in the Qalqiliya district which is separated from 72% of its land by the Wall, sent out an appeal for support for residents’ to reach their land. There are two “access gates” in Jayyus which are claimed by the Israeli military to be for farmers to reach land on the “other side” of the Wall; however, the gates are a means by which Israel seeks to legitimize the Wall and confiscation of Palestinian land and intensify the humiliation which Palestinians suffer under all aspects of the Occupation.




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