Monthly Archives: August 2010

A video of my father Ibrahim and Hassan and Zaydoon about our resistance

In 2009 the villagers of Ni’lin were suffering so hard and payed an unbearbly high price for the non-violent protests against the wall. Not only were they beaten, arrested and shot at, but also all inhabitants lost their work permits … Continue reading

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Nilin weekly demonstration 27.08.2010 – Red Crescent medical team members and photographers arrested

In the third demonstration during the Ramadan, 7 people got arrested, among them the medical team as well as 2 photographers. Dozens of people suffered from the tear gas inhalation and the heat was unbearable. Nevertheless, the people of Ni’lin … Continue reading

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Our day will come

Every evening, I sit in the fields and watch the sun go down. I see the sun go down and disappear into the sea. I can only catch a glimpse of the sea; it’s difficult for us to see it, … Continue reading

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Ni’lin weekly demonstration 13.08.2010

It was the first demonstration during the Ramadan dozens of people suffered from tear gas inhalation. Despite the hot weather, we continue our struggle against the occupation. This week, our Friday prayers took place under the olive trees, nearby the … Continue reading

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Visiting my father in jail

Yesterday, finally my mother could visit my father in jail. She woke up at 5 o’clock in the morning and left the house together with my two little brothers who were allowed to join her to visit our father. About … Continue reading

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Ni’lin weekly demo 06.08.2010

Today was the second anniversary of the death of 17-year-old Yousef Amireh. An Israeli soldier shot him in the head with a rubber bullet and killed him. Also, 10-year-old Ahmed Mousa was killed two years and two days ago by … Continue reading

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Finally my mother can visit my father

Yesterday, my mother got a new ticket to visit my father in the Al Naquab jail. We are all very happy because this time, things went much easier and faster than before. My mother can only take my two 5-year-old … Continue reading

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