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Occupation forces today started bulldozing tens of dunums of Irtah's land. Confiscation orders provided to the villagers specified that the lands were to be used for military purposes, but without exact details. Villagers believe the land will be used for a new road that Occupation forces are planning to open from Irtah and Faro'n east to Tulkarem. It is felt that the new road will replace a current road linking Far'on with Attaybe village inside the green line, which will be too close to the so called Trans-Israel Highway.

***image2***Salfit:

Occupation forces today headed to the villages of Zawiya, Rafat, and Dier Ballut west of Salfit in order to mark for the Wall's path around these villages. Last Thursday Occupation forces delivered confiscation orders for 316.9 dunums of village lands, including maps showing the path of the intended Wall. The soldiers had informed the villagers that they will meet with them publicly on Sunday to place the markers for the Wall's path; however, Israeli engineers came in the night and marked the path without the people's knowledge.





***image2***Salfit:

Occupation forces today headed to the villages of Zawiya, Rafat, and Dier Ballut west of Salfit in order to mark for the Wall's path around these villages. Last Thursday Occupation forces delivered confiscation orders for 316.9 dunums of village lands, including maps showing the path of the intended Wall. The soldiers had informed the villagers that they will meet with them publicly on Sunday to place the markers for the Wall's path; however, Israeli engineers came in the night and marked the path without the people's knowledge.





***image2***Salfit:

Occupation forces today headed to the villages of Zawiya, Rafat, and Dier Ballut west of Salfit in order to mark for the Wall's path around these villages. Last Thursday Occupation forces delivered confiscation orders for 316.9 dunums of village lands, including maps showing the path of the intended Wall. The soldiers had informed the villagers that they will meet with them publicly on Sunday to place the markers for the Wall's path; however, Israeli engineers came in the night and marked the path without the people's knowledge.





***image2***Salfit:

Occupation forces today headed to the villages of Zawiya, Rafat, and Dier Ballut west of Salfit in order to mark for the Wall's path around these villages. Last Thursday Occupation forces delivered confiscation orders for 316.9 dunums of village lands, including maps showing the path of the intended Wall. The soldiers had informed the villagers that they will meet with them publicly on Sunday to place the markers for the Wall's path; however, Israeli engineers came in the night and marked the path without the people's knowledge.





***image2***Salfit:

Occupation forces today headed to the villages of Zawiya, Rafat, and Dier Ballut west of Salfit in order to mark for the Wall's path around these villages. Last Thursday Occupation forces delivered confiscation orders for 316.9 dunums of village lands, including maps showing the path of the intended Wall. The soldiers had informed the villagers that they will meet with them publicly on Sunday to place the markers for the Wall's path; however, Israeli engineers came in the night and marked the path without the people's knowledge.





The villagers in Ni'lin managed today to force Occupation troops attempting to start work on the Wall in the area to retreat. Villagers headed to their lands before the Occupation bulldozers arrived, and took positions facing the direction of the machinery, preventing them from progressing in their lands, temporarily stopping the destruction in Ni'lin.




The villagers in Ni'lin managed today to force Occupation troops attempting to start work on the Wall in the area to retreat. Villagers headed to their lands before the Occupation bulldozers arrived, and took positions facing the direction of the machinery, preventing them from progressing in their lands, temporarily stopping the destruction in Ni'lin.




The villagers in Ni'lin managed today to force Occupation troops attempting to start work on the Wall in the area to retreat. Villagers headed to their lands before the Occupation bulldozers arrived, and took positions facing the direction of the machinery, preventing them from progressing in their lands, temporarily stopping the destruction in Ni'lin.




The villagers in Ni'lin managed today to force Occupation troops attempting to start work on the Wall in the area to retreat. Villagers headed to their lands before the Occupation bulldozers arrived, and took positions facing the direction of the machinery, preventing them from progressing in their lands, temporarily stopping the destruction in Ni'lin.




The villagers in Ni'lin managed today to force Occupation troops attempting to start work on the Wall in the area to retreat. Villagers headed to their lands before the Occupation bulldozers arrived, and took positions facing the direction of the machinery, preventing them from progressing in their lands, temporarily stopping the destruction in Ni'lin.




STOP THE APARTHEID WALL!



MOBILIZE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE ON MARCH 20th.





The Apartheid Wall –Solidifying Occupation and Dispossession






STOP THE APARTHEID WALL!



MOBILIZE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE ON MARCH 20th.





The Apartheid Wall –Solidifying Occupation and Dispossession






STOP THE APARTHEID WALL!



MOBILIZE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE ON MARCH 20th.





The Apartheid Wall –Solidifying Occupation and Dispossession






STOP THE APARTHEID WALL!



MOBILIZE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE ON MARCH 20th.





The Apartheid Wall –Solidifying Occupation and Dispossession






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.

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