On a rainy Sunday evening activists from SFP went to Balata refugee camp cemetery to honour the Martyrs of the camp on Martyrs Day. Activists were joined by martyrs families and planted flowers for the dead and stated their determination to honour the dead by continuing the struggle for freedom. 200 more words
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At 6pm, as Burin villagers settled down to their evening meal, the Israeli Army invaded the village, firing stun grenades and tear gas. The Army detained many young men and children from the village, kidnapping 2 children, and detaining one child, who is only 12 years old: Ahmed Jamal Qadous (17 years old); Ahmed Jamal Najjar (17 years old) and Jamal Musab Najjar (12 years old). 207 more words
On Saturday 8 March, known throughout the world as International Women’s Day, female activists demonstrated to Huwwara Military checkpoint, south of Nablus, to voice their opposition to Israeli oppression and occupation. 725 more words
On Wednesday evening the village of Madama was again terrorised by the Israeli Army. The Army kidnapped 20 year old Akram Issa Nassar after inspecting village cars and closing the whole village for four hours.The Army allege molotov cocktails were thrown at settler cars near the illegal settlement of Yitzhar, to the south of the village on stolen village land. 222 more words
كل يوم من هذا الأسبوع سيعطيكم ناشطون حركة التضامن من أجل فلسطين حرة اسبابهم الشخصية ويطلبون منكم احترام حملة المقاطعة من اجل عزل و محاسبة الاحتلال الاسرائيلي و عنصريته 118 more words
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our 3rd annual Israeli Apartheid Week at the University of New Mexico!
This week will be dedicated to educating students, faculty, and community members about Israel’s ongoing apartheid policies and the military occupation of Palestine. 507 more words