The joint struggle get second wind inspired by the Arab Spring both by the Palestinians and the Israelis. More and more people who were not in the anarchist scene join the anarchists against the wall initiative and other initiatives of joint struggle. More and more villages who were marginal the last few years in the struggle against the separation fence and occupation participating now frequently in the struggle. Within Israel, the Egyptian Tahrir motto crystallized in ferment in the Israeli young people who are not willing any more to pay the increasing price of the settler colonialist project. The regular locations of joint struggle within Israel: Al-Arakib, and Lod-Ramla; and Palestinian Beit Umar, Bilin, East Jerusalem, Ma'asara, Nabi Saleh, N'ilin, and South Hebron Mountain, were joined by this week by Budrus and Wallage.
Al-Arakib 12.7.11 Israeli state forces demolished the Bedouin village again - the 27th time... and the joint struggle continue.
Thursday 21st of July olive trees will be replanted and the village will be rebuilt again.
About dozen Israelis and few dozens of international activists joined the Bil'in villagers and other Palestinians in the weekly Friday demonstration.
At noon We started to march from the village center towards the new separation wall with flags and chants. Half the way we passed the location of the now absent gate and fence we struggled against for more than 6 years. We continued the march on the old road till we arrived at the new separation wall. After a while, some kids started to throw stones and the Israeli state forces used it as excuse to barrage us with tear gas.
There will be a demonstration in Budrus tomorrow (Monday)
This is pretty late but on the chance that someone can go please let me know and i'll try to coordinate it.
An Israeli activist was hit by tear gas canister in the stomach.
15th July march on the border of occupied Jerusalem
Arabs, Jews to march for Palestine
Activists to march along line that divided Jerusalem in 1967; 'Rally to mark future border,' organizer says
The Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity Movement [followers of it join our activities and activists of the anarchists against the wall join their activities] is set to lead a rally across Jerusalem on Friday in support of the Palestinian bid for statehood.
Israelis and Palestinians are expected to take part in the demonstration.
The organizers of the event, titled "Marching for Independence – Solidarity with Palestine," said that with peace talks stalled, the Palestinians have no choice but apply to the United Nations for recognition. They stressed that the rally will not sanction violence.
Mario Savio http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.231399720228008.65260.100000739446057
Haim Schwarczenberg pictures http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2283226719453.2136083.1212414101
Iaroslav Youssim pictures http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1850904796250.2091305.1349656125
Len Szajko http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.186231724769898.47664.100001492164614
Israel Puterman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnEYbmRu5nU
Solidarity in Ramle 14/7/2011 Mario Savio pictures http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.230532663648047.65124.100000739446057
Ni'lin Town Marks Three Years Of Popular Resistance 27.05.2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrOsKV6X2wE
14-07-11 The weekly demonstration against the wall http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=239443909408804
South of Hebron Mountain
See Previous reports at: http://ilanisagainstwalls.blogspot.com