Monthly Archives: September 2010

My father’s court sentence – finally translated

On 12 July 2010 my father has been sentences to 20 months and 15 days in jail by an Israeli military court. His jail term can be reduced by 9 months if we manage to pay a fine of 9000,- … Continue reading

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Israel’s gift for my birthday :(

My uncle got shot in the leg while he taking pictures during our Friday demonstration. The demonstration started as usual, after the prayers at 12.30 o’clock. The weather was clouded, for once it wasn’t so hot like in the past … Continue reading

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Our neighbor Barakat Nafi got arrested in a night raid

Last night at 3 o’clock the Israeli soldiers came again to our village in a night raid. More than 50 soldiers came to the house of our neighbor, 35-year-old Barakat Nafi. We could hear them enter forcefully the house of … Continue reading

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Ni’lin weekly demo 10.09.2010

Usually we celebrate the end of Ramadan (called Eid al Feter in Arabic) with a lot of joy and happiness. But this year was different. The people of Ni’lin refused to celebrate as all the years before because we suffered … Continue reading

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Ni’lin weekly demonstration 03.09.2010

2 demonstrators (international activists) got arrested 6 demonstrators suffered from tear gas inhalations very badly. The medical team had to take care of them.  Dozens others suffered from the tear gas inhalations in the fourth demonstration in Ramadan and the … Continue reading

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I miss my father so much

My father is in jail since more than 7-1/2 months. I miss him so very much! I don’t want to lose hope because he can’t be with us, but sometimes it is very difficult. Now, during Ramadan, it is very … Continue reading

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