The Latest From Palestine: News

On February the 7th a Wall was built for two hours at Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous border crossing between East and West Berlin during Cold War times. As part of the international campaign "Stop the Wall" this Wall was erected as a symbol for the Wall that is currently being built in Palestine. The noise of Israeli tanks, helicopters, bulldozers and F16s – background noise that is all too familiar for the people living in Occupied Palestine – drew attention and shocked visitors to the nearby Berlin Wall Museum, passers-by and the participants of the protest.

On February the 7th a Wall was built for two hours at Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous border crossing between East and West Berlin during Cold War times. As part of the international campaign "Stop the Wall" this Wall was erected as a symbol for the Wall that is currently being built in Palestine. The noise of Israeli tanks, helicopters, bulldozers and F16s – background noise that is all too familiar for the people living in Occupied Palestine – drew attention and shocked visitors to the nearby Berlin Wall Museum, passers-by and the participants of the protest.

On February the 7th a Wall was built for two hours at Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous border crossing between East and West Berlin during Cold War times. As part of the international campaign "Stop the Wall" this Wall was erected as a symbol for the Wall that is currently being built in Palestine. The noise of Israeli tanks, helicopters, bulldozers and F16s – background noise that is all too familiar for the people living in Occupied Palestine – drew attention and shocked visitors to the nearby Berlin Wall Museum, passers-by and the participants of the protest.

On February the 7th a Wall was built for two hours at Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous border crossing between East and West Berlin during Cold War times. As part of the international campaign "Stop the Wall" this Wall was erected as a symbol for the Wall that is currently being built in Palestine. The noise of Israeli tanks, helicopters, bulldozers and F16s – background noise that is all too familiar for the people living in Occupied Palestine – drew attention and shocked visitors to the nearby Berlin Wall Museum, passers-by and the participants of the protest.

***image2***Throughout the week workers, students, and residents in Al Baqa have been visiting the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign photo exhibit which was coordinated with the Jordan Dental Association as part of the growing support for Palestinian resistance against the racist Zionist Wall throughout Jordan. The photo exhibit was opened on Sunday the 29th of February with a grassroots event that hosted a number of speakers addressing the Wall as an element of the continued expulsion of Palestinian from their homeland.




***image2***Throughout the week workers, students, and residents in Al Baqa have been visiting the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign photo exhibit which was coordinated with the Jordan Dental Association as part of the growing support for Palestinian resistance against the racist Zionist Wall throughout Jordan. The photo exhibit was opened on Sunday the 29th of February with a grassroots event that hosted a number of speakers addressing the Wall as an element of the continued expulsion of Palestinian from their homeland.




***image2***Throughout the week workers, students, and residents in Al Baqa have been visiting the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign photo exhibit which was coordinated with the Jordan Dental Association as part of the growing support for Palestinian resistance against the racist Zionist Wall throughout Jordan. The photo exhibit was opened on Sunday the 29th of February with a grassroots event that hosted a number of speakers addressing the Wall as an element of the continued expulsion of Palestinian from their homeland.




***image2***Throughout the week workers, students, and residents in Al Baqa have been visiting the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign photo exhibit which was coordinated with the Jordan Dental Association as part of the growing support for Palestinian resistance against the racist Zionist Wall throughout Jordan. The photo exhibit was opened on Sunday the 29th of February with a grassroots event that hosted a number of speakers addressing the Wall as an element of the continued expulsion of Palestinian from their homeland.




***image2***Hundreds of people from the village of Qattana demonstrated today against the Apartheid Wall currently being constructed on their lands. Palestinians from the neighboring villages of Biddu and Beit Surik joined the villagers of Qattana. The demonstration began shortly after Friday prayers, with the villagers walking together towards lands already cleared for the Wall’s path. On the march villagers raised the Palestinian flag, and called for a stop to the Wall.

***image2***Hundreds of people from the village of Qattana demonstrated today against the Apartheid Wall currently being constructed on their lands. Palestinians from the neighboring villages of Biddu and Beit Surik joined the villagers of Qattana. The demonstration began shortly after Friday prayers, with the villagers walking together towards lands already cleared for the Wall’s path. On the march villagers raised the Palestinian flag, and called for a stop to the Wall.

***image2***Hundreds of people from the village of Qattana demonstrated today against the Apartheid Wall currently being constructed on their lands. Palestinians from the neighboring villages of Biddu and Beit Surik joined the villagers of Qattana. The demonstration began shortly after Friday prayers, with the villagers walking together towards lands already cleared for the Wall’s path. On the march villagers raised the Palestinian flag, and called for a stop to the Wall.

***image2***Hundreds of people from the village of Qattana demonstrated today against the Apartheid Wall currently being constructed on their lands. Palestinians from the neighboring villages of Biddu and Beit Surik joined the villagers of Qattana. The demonstration began shortly after Friday prayers, with the villagers walking together towards lands already cleared for the Wall’s path. On the march villagers raised the Palestinian flag, and called for a stop to the Wall.

***image2***Hundreds of people from the village of Qattana demonstrated today against the Apartheid Wall currently being constructed on their lands. Palestinians from the neighboring villages of Biddu and Beit Surik joined the villagers of Qattana. The demonstration began shortly after Friday prayers, with the villagers walking together towards lands already cleared for the Wall’s path. On the march villagers raised the Palestinian flag, and called for a stop to the Wall.

Today at 7:00 am Occupation bulldozers arrived on the lands of Deir Qaddis, east of Ramallah and started clearing land for the Wall’s path. The bulldozers arrived from the Kiryat Sefer settlement built to the South on village lands. Initially villagers attempting to reach the bulldozers were blocked from doing so by troops of Occupation forces. Eventually though the villagers were able to reach their lands, with women from the village taking front line positions, standing in front of the bulldozers, preventing them from destroying the lands.

Today at 7:00 am Occupation bulldozers arrived on the lands of Deir Qaddis, east of Ramallah and started clearing land for the Wall’s path. The bulldozers arrived from the Kiryat Sefer settlement built to the South on village lands. Initially villagers attempting to reach the bulldozers were blocked from doing so by troops of Occupation forces. Eventually though the villagers were able to reach their lands, with women from the village taking front line positions, standing in front of the bulldozers, preventing them from destroying the lands.

Today at 7:00 am Occupation bulldozers arrived on the lands of Deir Qaddis, east of Ramallah and started clearing land for the Wall’s path. The bulldozers arrived from the Kiryat Sefer settlement built to the South on village lands. Initially villagers attempting to reach the bulldozers were blocked from doing so by troops of Occupation forces. Eventually though the villagers were able to reach their lands, with women from the village taking front line positions, standing in front of the bulldozers, preventing them from destroying the lands.

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