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 and were unable to feed their families.
To help all those who were suffering from the wall and opressed and who didn’t have a voice, my father established a non-profit organization, called “Ni’lin’s Sons”, to support the people to stand steadfast against the wall and don’t fear the Israeli opression.
They also funded a Media Center where all the injustice and wrong-doing and violence against us is being documented as part of our resistance. Both are connected to the Popular Struggle Against The Apartheid Wall. Everyone can contribute what they filmed or photographed during our resistance.
My uncle Hamoudh Saeed Amireh has filmed, produced and edited a video that shows our father Ibrahim and the two other leaders of the Popular Committee and lets my mother and my grandparents about our suffering.
Please watch the video and share it. Thank you!