Weekly Village Protest in Support of Prisoner’s Hunger Strike

The weekly protest in Ni’lin marched after finishing Friday praying on the villagers’ lands near the Apartheid Wall, which was in solidarity with the prisoner’s hunger strike. Their message was for people to stand with Palestinian prisoners. When the protesters marched closer to the Apartheid Wall, occupation soldiers started shooting tear gas bombs, which caused […]

Al-Masara Villagers: “We Will Continue Popular Resistance Until Freedom for Palestine is Achieved”

Al-Masara villagers and international activists participated in the weekly protest against the Apartheid Wall holding Palestinian flags and chanting "Free Palestine." Their message also included the freedom of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli occupation jails. Occupation forces didn’t close the enterance of the village as usual but hid behind trees and surprised protesters upon arrival at […]

Biweekly Repression Update

Stop the Wall repression update: Feb. 24 – Mar. 09 Part I: Testimony The following is testimony from a community leader in al Nabi Saleh. On 3 March 2011 he spoke about the repression of the Friday demonstrations and the targeting of youth in the village. They (the army) come to arrest the kids; they […]

Biweekly Repression Update

Stop the Wall repression update: Feb. 10 – Feb 23 Part I: Testimony The following is testimony gathered on March 01 from Hamza Burnat (17) who was shot with live ammunition several times during the weekly anti-Wall demonstration in the village of Bil’in on February 18. Recently released from the hospital, Hamza briefly explained what […]

Biweekly Repression Update

Stop the Wall repression update: Jan 12 – Jan 26 Part I: Testimony Exerts from testimony gathered from seriously injured youth in al Nabi Saleh on January 22, 2011. Injures did not take place within the current two week reporting period. Read more testimony here. Eyas Tamimi (24), leg broken by high-velocity tear gas canister […]