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Sporadic violence erupts across the West Bank and in East Jerusalem as Palestinians mark 65 years since displacement.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians marked the 65th anniversary of their mass displacement during the war over Israel’s 1948 creation, marching in the streets and in some parts of the West Bank clashing with Israeli security forces.
Every May 15, Palestinians hold rallies to commemorate the “nakba,” or “catastrophe” – the term they use to describe the displacement, when hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were driven from their homes during the fighting. The dispute over the fate of those Palestinians and their descendants, now numbering several million people, remains at the core of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Israel views the Palestinians’ return as demographic suicide and expects the displaced and their descendants to be taken in by a future Palestinian state. But intermittent Israeli-Palestinian attempts to agree on the terms of such a state have so far failed.
Across the West Bank today, sirens wailed at noon for 65 seconds to commemorate the 65 years since the “nakba.” Thousands marched in Ramallah from the grave of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to the city center. Many wore black in a sign of mourning, holding Palestinian flags and large keys symbolizing the homes they left behind.
“The right of return will not die,” chanted the protesters. Schools closed at midday and parents brought their children to the demonstration.
In Ramallah, 38-year-old Manwal Awad brought her 11-year-old twins to the protest. “Every year I bring them with me to inherit the story of our nakba, and to keep the dream of return,” she said.
Rallies were elsewhere in the West Bank as well, and in several places demonstrators throwing rocks clashed with Israeli security forces, who responded with tear gas, Israel’s military said. Near the volatile city of Hebron, a fire bomb hit at an Israeli military vehicle, causing it to overturn and injuring four soldiers, the military said.
In east Jerusalem, Israeli police used water cannon and officers on horseback to disperse an “illegal march,” police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said. Fourteen protesters were arrested, as was a Palestinian suspected of attacking a Jewish man as he walked near the Old City, he said.
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Published on Thursday, March 21, 2013 Last updated on 07:27AM, Thursday, March 21, 2013 Our old friends from Occupy Oakland were out in the streets tearing up stuff again last weekend – or maybe it wasnt Occupy Oakland, but somebody else. The folks at the Bay Area News Group and the Oakland Tribune cant seem to make up their minds
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1 of 12. A Palestinian protester throws back a tear gas canister fired by Israeli border policemen during clashes outside Israel’s Ofer prison near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 15, 2013.
Credit: Reuters/Mohamad Torokman
JERUSALEM | Fri Feb 15, 2013 11:46am EST
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli soldiers on Friday at a rally outside an Israeli prison in the occupied West Bank.
Palestinian medical officials said two protesters were wounded by live gunfire in the demonstration, which was mounted as a show of solidarity with Palestinians being held in the nearby Ofer prison.
A crowd of about 300 Palestinians threw stones at troops, who used riot dispersal equipment to break up the protest, an Israeli military spokeswoman said.
“The soldiers, feeling immediate danger, fired in the air,” she said. “The incident is being reviewed.”
Palestinian medical officials said tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets were fired into the crowd, and 14 people were injured by rubber bullets.
By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff Suffolk County prosecutors Friday dropped the case against more than two dozen protesters arrested during the Occupy Boston demonstrations, but at least five defendants will contest the dismissal in hopes of fighting the accusations on their merits. Our clients feel that they deserve a day in court to contest their arrests on constitutional grounds, said Jeff Feuer, of the National Lawyers Guild, which is defending the demonstrators. They were using a public park
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Occupy London, Ontario – Demonstration: Time To Go Sloppy Joe! – Dec 11th 2012 Occupy London, Ontario members other activists/concerned citizens took part in a Demonstration: Time To Go Sloppy Joe! on Tuesday, December 11th 2012 starting around 3:30pm asking that Mayor Joe Fontana step down as Mayor of London, Ontario until he is cleared of the charges laid by the RCMP.
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Free Palestine Hamas demonstration in Jerusalem
Why they stoped the demonstration and start running when Hamas start shot rockets to Jerusalem?? Free Palestine from Hamas!From:NargilotViews:0 0ratingsTime:00:30More inNews Politics
The students didnt say a word some wore masking tape over their mouths with the words FREE PALESTINE as they walked slowly to the Library from the Marshall Student Center (MSC).
The violence going on halfway around the world, they said, spoke loud enough.
While the death toll crossed 100 in Gaza as Israeli missile strikes intensified Monday, the silent demonstrators spent much of the day outside the MSC, holding Palestinian flags and signs with messages such as Israel = apartheid and We are with you Gaza. They passed out small cards to passersby with facts about the long and violent history between Israel and Palestine. Some nodded and smiled as they took the cards. Some hadnt heard of Palestine. A few crumpled them and threw it back at the demonstrators.
But regardless of what people took away from it, Ahmad Saadaldin, a junior majoring in English and an organizer of the event, said he hoped the event would raise awareness and show solidarity for the people of Gaza.
We want people to know where their tax dollars are going, he said. We give Israel billions of dollars every year. … Right now (Israel has) got Gaza in a chokehold, and they continue to punch Gaza every day, so were just letting people know whats going on.
Haneen Ali, who graduated last year, said she came out to show her support for the people of Gaza.
As an American with Palestinian heritage, she said she feels torn knowing the U.S. government supports Israels military efforts during this time. President Barack Obama has unequivocally supported Israels rights to self-defense.
Ali has family in Palestine, but said regardless of whether one has connections to Palestine or not, the issue is a humanitarian one.
We have to be their voice, she said. Israels unplugged electricity on Gaza, so they literally have no voice anymore. … Gazans are our family. All of them.
An hour into the demonstration, two students from the Hillels of the Florida Suncoast, an on-campus Jewish life organization, set up a small poster board decked with blue and silver lining and distributed Kit-Kat bars and fliers inviting the public to a discussion in the evening about Israels right to self-defense.
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Free Palestine: Demonstration in front of Israel Embassy, Seoul.
16 November 2012, Demonstration in front of Israel Embassy, Seoul. Source: goo.gl for more videos and information on Korean solidarity actions for Palestine: www.youtube.com 비디오 포워드: A Soundless Sound: Koreans' silent protest against the Israeli Killing of the people in Gaza59sec. no sound www.youtube.com www.youtube.com 16/1/2009 Silent protest for Gaza @ Israeli Embassy, Seoul, South Korea www.youtube.com 13/1/2009 Candlelight vigil for Gaza @ Israeli Embassy, Seoul, South Korea Korea's Anti-Israel Protest: A Buddhist Monk Giving a Speech (Korean only) www.youtube.com 13/1/2009 Korea's Anti-Israel Protest: Buddhist Monks and Protestors Chanting Slogans Candlelight vigil for Gaza @ Israeli Embassy, Seoul, South Korea (Korean only) www.youtube.com 10/1/2009 Korea's Anti-Israel Protest: A Blogger's Report Demo for Gaza @ Bosingak, Seoul, South Korea Groups in Korea: www.palbridge.org The Bridge Between Palestine and Korea (korean) www.pal.or.kr www.ifis.or.kr Dec. article by Imagination for International Solidarity action-for-palestine.blogspot.com english (english but not frequently updated)From:Kim AbdurrahmanViews:9 1ratingsTime:00:32More inNonprofits Activism
A Palestinian activist jailed for protesting against Israeli settlements in the West Bank must be released, Amnesty International has urged.
An Israeli military court yesterday sentenced Bassem Tamimi to four months in prison and fined him 5,000 Israeli shekels (about US$1,280) for his part in a demonstration against Israeli settlements on 24 October.
As part of a plea bargain, the military judge also imposed a three-month suspended sentence that will remain active for three years.
This unjust jail sentence is the latest example of Israels harassment of Bassem Tamimi, who has been persecuted solely for peacefully protesting against Israels illegal settlements, said Philip Luther, Amnesty Internationals Middle East and North Africa Director.
Bassem Tamimi has a long record of peaceful protest, and this court hearing showed that even the military prosecution has acknowledged he did not use or advocate violence at the demonstration. He is a prisoner of conscience who must be released immediately and unconditionally.
Bassem Tamimi was charged by Ofer Military Court with interference with the work of a police officer and participation in an unlicensed demonstration.
The former charge was downgraded from assaulting a police officer based on video evidence showing that Bassem had non-violently tried to prevent the arrest of his wife, Nariman, who was also participating in the demonstration.
A charge of “activity against the public order” was dropped, although he still faces a 17-month suspended sentence on this charge from a trial that concluded in May 2012.
Israeli military law imposed in the occupied West Bank places sweeping and arbitrary restrictions on freedom of expression and assembly, making any unauthorized peaceful protest by Palestinians a criminal offence.
Military Order 101 requires permission from an Israeli military commander for all gatherings of 10 or more people for a political purpose or a matter that could be interpreted as political and carries a maximum 10-year sentence.
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Sixteen-year-old Arrested During Weekly Protest Against Settlements
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(New York) Amnesty International demanded the immediate release from custody today of the 16-year-old son of Bassem Tamimi, a detained Palestinian rights activist and prisoner of conscience in the occupied West Bank, after the son was himself arrested by Israeli soldiers during the regular weekly protest against the encroachment of Israeli settlers onto Palestinian land.
Waed Tamimi was arrested along with four activists during the demonstration on Friday afternoon in the West Bank village of al-Nabi Saleh northwest of Ramallah.
“Today’s arrest of Wa’ed Tamimi while he was walking peacefully in his village points to the continuing harassment of activist Bassem Tamimi, his family, and the community of al-Nabi Saleh by Israeli military forces,” said Ann Harrison, Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa deputy director. “This harassment must stop.”
“Wa’ed Tamimi and the four others arrested in al-Nabi Saleh today must be allowed access to lawyers and should be released immediately unless they are to be charged with a recognizably criminal offense. His father Bassem is a prisoner of conscience, held solely for peacefully protesting Israel’s illegal settlement expansion, and must be released immediately and unconditionally.”
Nariman Tamimi told Amnesty International that she witnessed her son’s arrest: “I saw him being dragged violently by a soldier who immediately put him in a jeep,” she said. “Right now I am very tired and worried, and I am not sure what to do.”
Waed Tamimi was taken to the police station in Shaar Benyamin settlement north of Ramallah.
Bassem Tamimi has been detained since his arrest on October 24 following a non-violent demonstration in a supermarket in the settlement of Shaar Benjamin. He faces a further prison sentence after appearing before the Ofer Military Court on Wednesday.
All Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank are illegal under international law. Amnesty International is calling for their construction and expansion to stop as a first step towards removing the Israeli civilians living there.