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***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.




Tracing back the history of The Apartheid Wall to 1994, this fact sheet provides a detailed overview of the Wall's development and the campaign to tear it down. Chronicling events year by year, the fact sheet provides a comprehensive history of The Apartheid Wall and resistance to it. Great for presentations, information stalls and wider dissemination amongst Palestinian solidarity campaigners. To Download This FactSheet In High Quality PDF Resolution Press Here

***image2***Occupation Forces are continuing to build and destroy for the Apartheid Wall in Budrus village, situated in northwest Ramallah District, currently laying the groundwork in various parts of the village’s west side, while in the south continuing the area’s ruin as of last month’s commencement in those parts.



The popular resistance in Budrus continues despite arrests and beatings of the people by the Occupation Forces which is using various forms of suppression against the people as they defend their lands.






The great anti-racist fighter Malcolm X once said the problem with corporate owned media and capitalist politicians was that they always made the victim look like the aggressor and the aggressor look like the victim. He called this propaganda "tricknology)”. Today you'd be hard pressed to find a greater example of media tricknology than the depiction of the Palestinian struggle. If you based yourself exclusively on mainstream media reporting, you could be excused for believing that the Palestinians brought all their suffering and misery on themselves!




No to the Intensification of the Apartheid System
in the West Bank and Gaza Strip!





No to the Intensification of the Apartheid System
in the West Bank and Gaza Strip!





On Saturday June 26th, a popular demonstration, consisting of 1000s of Ar Ram residents, protesting the impending destruction of their lives and livlihoods by the Apartheid Wall, was violently crushed by Occupation forces before it could even begin. Demonstrators had barely left the Ar Ram crossroads, when waiting Occupation soldiers opened fire with barrages of tear gas, and concussion grenades, and later bringing in a water cannon.




Sharon continues to push his ‘Gaza disengagement plan’ despite obstinate opposition from within the Likud. The defeat by his far-right constituency in the party referendum on May 2 was a further indicator that Israeli party politics is beholden to the extremists of the extreme.




June 2004 marks the second full year of construction on the Apartheid Wall, which is ripping its way through Palestinian lands at an ever-increasing pace. Beginning in the North, the first phase of this colonial project stretched some 145km through the Jenin, Tulkarem, and Qalqilya districts, with devestating effect. 200,000 people living in the area were directly affected by the Wall, with 14,680 dunums of land razed for the Wall's footprint, with an additional 121,455 dunums of land annexed, and some 102,000 trees uprooted.

June 2004 marks the second full year of construction on the Apartheid Wall, which is ripping its way through Palestinian lands at an ever-increasing pace. Beginning in the North, the first phase of this colonial project stretched some 145km through the Jenin, Tulkarem, and Qalqilya districts, with devestating effect. 200,000 people living in the area were directly affected by the Wall, with 14,680 dunums of land razed for the Wall's footprint, with an additional 121,455 dunums of land annexed, and some 102,000 trees uprooted.

The people in Zawiya continue their resistance to the Apartheid Wall, which is currently threatening and destroying their lands. For ten days, people in Zawiya of all ages have been demonstrating in an effort to reach their lands and stop Occupation bulldozers from destroying them. However, since the first days, there have been large numbers of Occupation Forces blocking all exits of the village, preventing the people from reaching their lands.



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The people in Zawiya village continued today to confront the Occupation bulldozers destroying their land for the Wall’s path. For the third day in a row the people in Zawiya village stood in front of the bulldozers, facing the Occupation machinery determined to resist the Apartheid Wall.




The people in Zawiya village continued today to confront the Occupation bulldozers destroying their land for the Wall’s path. For the third day in a row the people in Zawiya village stood in front of the bulldozers, facing the Occupation machinery determined to resist the Apartheid Wall.




The people in Zawiya village continued today to confront the Occupation bulldozers destroying their land for the Wall’s path. For the third day in a row the people in Zawiya village stood in front of the bulldozers, facing the Occupation machinery determined to resist the Apartheid Wall.




The people in Zawiya village continued today to confront the Occupation bulldozers destroying their land for the Wall’s path. For the third day in a row the people in Zawiya village stood in front of the bulldozers, facing the Occupation machinery determined to resist the Apartheid Wall.




On the 56th Commemoration of the Nakba:

No to the Wall!

No to the New Expulsion!





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Fifty-six years have passed since the Nakba, the catastrophe of the Palestinian people that led to the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians and the destruction of more than 400 Palestinian villages.








On the 56th Commemoration of the Nakba:

No to the Wall!

No to the New Expulsion!





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Fifty-six years have passed since the Nakba, the catastrophe of the Palestinian people that led to the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians and the destruction of more than 400 Palestinian villages.








On the 56th Commemoration of the Nakba:

No to the Wall!

No to the New Expulsion!





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Fifty-six years have passed since the Nakba, the catastrophe of the Palestinian people that led to the expulsion of almost one million Palestinians and the destruction of more than 400 Palestinian villages.








A popular meeting took place in Biddu on April 30th, when members of popular committees against the Wall in Jenin and Qalqilya challenged the closures and separation of the West Bank imposed by the Occupation and managed to reach Biddu in North West Jerusalem. The participants from Jenin and Qalqilya came to express their solidarity with the people in Biddu, where the Wall is currently being built, and where five martyrs have been killed by the Occupation while resisting the Wall's construction.



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***image1***Yesterday people from the village of Biddu, as well as several neighboring villages north west of Jerusalem confronted Occupation Bulldozers destroying their lands for the Wall's path. Villagers gathered early in the morning, as work on the Wall started, and headed towards the lands being destroyed. Occupation soldiers immediately began firing tear gas and rubber bullets at the demonstrators, who were quickly surrounded, with soldiers taking up positions on the rooftops of several village homes.




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