Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Palestine-Israel, The joint struggle of grass root communities is part of the resistance to the continuous robbery of Palestine.

The local struggle of the villages against the crawling occupation frustrate the striving of Israel to take over all the areas around the Palestinian towns and leaving the towns and cities as separated islands. The picking of the olive trees open many battle arenas where settler colonialists are encouraged by the Israeli state to expand the areas around them "clean of Palestinians". The anarchists against the wall and other radical Israelis share with the Palestinian partners some of the injuries inflicted by settlers while state forces prefer a neutral position. Anata was the bloody arena at the beginning of the month. In addition to the accompanying farmers to fields and olive trees we participated in the usual location of week end demonstrations: Beit Ummar, Bil'in, Ma'asara (where they celebrated the 5 year anniversary), Ni'ilin, and Qaddoum (which joined for persistent struggle 4 months ago).

Beit Ummar

Israeli occupation army Saturday attacked the weekly non-violent protest against settlements and the Apartheid Wall in Beit Ummar.
‎22th October 2011: Accompanied by a big crowd of international and Israeli activists and residents of Beit Ommar, PSP had a peaceful demonstration towards th...
PalestineSolidarity http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLOJIM3jxW8


"Last week: Some 20 Israelis and over 30 internationals, including a Basque delegation, joined the weekly Palestinian demo against the wall, land-grab and occupation in Bil’in. The protesters marched from the old route of the wall to the new route, where the soldiers demanded that they retreat. The demonstrators started retreating in order to have a few peaceful minutes of protest, but the army started shooting gas. The shabab took their posts in the Southwest corner of the Abu Lamun oak grove, and the usual exchange of stones for gas and rubber bullets ensued. The soldiers made a point of shooting also the peaceful demonstrators at the back, and shooting at protesters who were trying to put down fires that spread into the few olive trees that hadn’t been uprooted and stolen before the wall was moved. An Israeli demonstrator called the Israeli fire brigade (the site being area C), but they did not come to the rescue."
"This week: Some 20 Israelis and about 10 internationals joined the weekly Palestinian demo for freedom, peace and Tsumud in Bil’in. The protesters, led by the new Libyan flag, marched to the new route of the wall, where the soldiers welcomed them with gas. The demonstrators moved upwind, eastward along the wall, where a handful of Shabab held their impromptu fort for about an hour. Since the spot was hard to hit, the soldiers retaliated by shooting canisters into the oak grove downwind behind the shabab, setting fire to some rare and ancient oaks. When the demonstrators were heading back, the soldiers decided to have the last word and crossed the gate. The shabab were swift to disappear, leaving behind peaceful Israeli, international and Palestinian demonstrators.

In line with apartheid rules, the soldiers jumped and arrested Ashraf Abu Rahme (brother of Bassem and Jawaher, the two unarmed and nonviolent demonstrators killed by the Israeli army in Bil’in during Friday demonstrations, himself shot in his foot by soldiers while arrested, bound and blindfolded at Ni'ilin demo). He was arrested under the false pretext of throwing stones (while he is a person whom I’ve never seen as much as pick up a stone to throw in the hundred or so demonstrations I’ve been to in Bil’in). His true crime: he didn’t run away from the soldiers like the kids who did throw stones, and wasn’t a Jew like the other demonstrators who stood next to him.

The soldiers promised to release him if the demonstration dispersed, which was anyway the case, but, of course, lied through their teeth. Two army jeeps then drove through the village to show who’s boss, and then left. Ashraf was taken to Ofer prison, despite the authorities’ awareness to his medical problems."
International communities http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.298911403452504.83840.136633479680298
Michael Treiger http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.253145438065281.61455.100001094792472
Rani Abdel Fatah http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2582145236061.290837.1327358013
planxtysumoud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovmEgBpnrrM (Me at the beginning seconds with read shirt and white hat)

Documenting and Intervention Campaign

The joint patrols to deter settlers harassment (Tag Mechir) and documenting them continue.


settlers attack Palestinians and Israeli supporters at olive picking activity in jalud!
assafsh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FivgE448jK4


Yesterday (17,10,11) I learned that an old man in Jayyous, father of a shaheed, is the only one in his family that got a permit to pick olives behind the wall. Without his wife and sons (he's alone), he is having a hard time. A friend called to ask if there was anyone that could help? ISM is stretched thin, as I know many people / groups are. But, if you know people that would be willing to go help this man pick his olives in Jayyous, it would be greatly appreciated -- internationals, Israelis, 48 Palestinians... basically, they would have to be allowed to go through the gate.

Olive picking Thursday 20.10, was attacked by settler colonialist including shooting with live ammunition. State forces responded by driving away the Palestinians and the Israelis who accompanied them.

Ma'asara 21.10.11

Pasta, flags, drums and blows: five years of struggle Ma'asara
For five years the inhabitants of Ma'sara out nonviolent popular demonstrations against the Wall and settlements. Today they celebrated with Israeli and foreign, with flags and pasta, and the soldiers who guarded the local tradition and again attacked the demonstration with blows.

Origin [translated here by machine] with Pictures at: http://www.mysay.co.il/articles/ShowArticle.aspx?articlePI=aaauqo

Today (Friday) afternoon were about a hundred demonstrators - Palestinians, Israelis and foreigners (mostly French) - specify five years of popular struggle in Ma'asara against the wall and settlements. Every week for five years out of the demonstration from the heart of the village, and gay procession moved toward the village's land and the surrounding villages, now to be confiscated by the security fence (whose construction was put on hold for now) for the settlement of Efrat.

Surprisingly, and unusual, at the entrance to the village waited only one jeep with two soldiers, who were unable to arrest many demonstrators, and for the first time these were able to leave the village and move toward land, marching most of the time the road. A few hundred yards of walking and reading slogans the protesters were stopped by a larger force of soldiers and border police, who began to push them back.

It should be noted that although the violence continued throughout the demonstration, with many pushing and beating demonstrators clubs, this has not been declared a closed military area, no arrests, no thrown grenades or gas - unlike many other demonstrations and similar instead.

The demonstration lasted about an hour and a half, limited to the roadside at the village entrance, with occasional urgency on the part of soldiers. Between protesters waved flags, sang songs in various languages, danced to the samba drums were there, blew soap bubbles, and declaimed speeches to mark five years of popular struggle. At some point drew solidarity activists Italians who were there, including Deputy Chairman of the European Parliament, former Louisa Morgantini, pots of pasta big, and began to distribute lunch the demonstrators as a birthday present struggle. Controversy easy broke out between some demonstrators as active Italian and French offered pasta also soldiers (who refused to ). Some said it was improper collaboration with representatives of the violent occupation, and the soldiers are entitled to join in the fun only if you will go out of their uniforms, and were insisting that this is - this is the way to convince them that the struggle is against the occupation and theft of land - not against them as people.

At the end of the demonstration dispersed back to the village and their homes, and promised to continue demonstrating the same way in the future.

Lior Ben Eliahu http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2017811655943.134537.1563442697
International communities http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.298914163452228.83842.136633479680298
yisraelpnm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FW9_Xk_GYPc

Ni'lin weekly demonstration, 21-10-2011



Permission to enter their own lands: Kufr Qaddoum rampaged again by military

In the village of Kufr Qaddoum the people held a demonstration for the 17th Friday in a row. The demonstration started around 11:30 AM in the center of the village and consisted of approximately 80 people. The procession only made it to a barbed wire that blocked the road although it stood within th...

Sheikh Jarrah

"The residents of Sheikh Jarrah are continuing their protest vigils in the neighborhood every Friday, protesting their violent evictions from their homes,
the taking over of the neighborhood by the settlers, and the Judaization of East Jerusalem. They call upon each and every person who supports their struggle to join them.
Please make the effort and join them this Friday, October 21 for a vigil in support of their struggle.

Social Justice Struggle

Comrades join the masses in the various locations of struggle and in the preparation for the 29th October mass demo in Tel Aviv and the other cities and towns.

See http://awalls.org
See Previous reports about the joint struggles of the Anarchists Against the Wall at: http://ilanisagainstwalls.blogspot.com

Monday, October 17, 2011

Palestine-Israel The joint struggle expand while the political scene is very tense

The joint struggle continue this week with wounds of Anata pogrom by of duty settler colonialists of the state forces living in Anatot still hurting. The state force officers on duty but did nothing to prevent it...banned the Friday demonstration at the site. The tension around the return of the war prisoner Gilad Shavit and release of 1000 Palestinians in return were subject most talked. In regular Friday demos and in special ones near Ofer concentration camp solidarity with prisoners was prominent. The season of olive picking started few days ago increased involvement of Israeli activists in the protection farmers from harassment by settler colonialists. The usual locations of Arakib Beit Umar, Bil'in, Ma'asara, Nabi Saleh, Ni'ilin, Sheikh Jarrah, were joined by Jayus. The activity of the High Follow up Committee of the popular grass root comities collect momentum and involve coordinating of multi location demonstrations.


This Friday, October 14th, 2:00 PM – We will demonstrate again in the entrance of Anatot.

Anatot’s settlers trying now to portray themselves as a peaceful community, a ‘quality of life’ settlement. Only that their settlement and the lands they expropriated are surrounded by a fence which its route was illegally obtained . Real estate interests are mixed with the aspiration to execute a peaceful transfer to the local inhabitants. Trying to create a new reality from which there will be no option to turn back.
Over the years Anatot became a fortress terrorizing its surrounding. The people of Anatot fear nothing more then the story of how they plunder the lands, upon which they built their ‘quality of life’ settlement, will come to light. This is the reason why the mere act of a Palestinian farmer trying to work his land, alongside a group of activists who documented the event, were perceived by the settlers as a real threat, that might put the reality they were trying to built under danger of collapsing.
However, it is not only the case of Anatot. The story of Anatot is to a great extent the story of the State of Israel. The demo was banned using closed military zone trick.

Beit Ummar

Palestinian protest in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners on October 14, 2011 in the West Bank village of Beit Omar. Photos by Hazem Bader & Nasser Shiyoukhi


At noon, about 30 Internationals and 20 Israelis Joined by dozens of Bil'iners in the Friday demo against the separation fence. (I participated in nearly all the 350 demos in the village during the las 7 years.) As the distance to the separation wall was doubled lately following the victory of moving it half the way to the west, organizers decided that we travel half the way there...

Rani Abdel Fatah http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2555574651813.289992.1327358013
planxtysumoud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMMASarzvI8
haithmkatib http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMnjhGQqnJ8

Kafr Kadum

The Israeli military attacked participants at the weekly Kafr Kadum march, a village near the West Bank town of Qalqilya. The march was organized by Fatah against the Israeli authorities who have closed the main street of the village . The IMEMC is a media collective. We are independent journalist...

Nabi Saleh

Friday demo
International communities

planxtysumoud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10gZuARrN7w
tamimi1966 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeqXiCqKSnA


Olive picking

Tuesday, accompanying olive picking farmers. Along the week along the separation fence villages, and Awarta, Kafer Qaddum & Burin (Nablus region), Qufr Qalil, Qusra, Qaryut, Beit Foreek, Iraq Burin, Huwarra, Urif, Sawiya & Yetma....

haithmkatib http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftkLeVRzbuQ

popular struggle coordination committee

The inspection of settler-violence project continue with involvement of activists of the anarchists against the wall initiative.

Hi all. As you know, Palestinian prisoners associated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) began a hunger strike on September 27 against the worsening of conditions imposed on prisoners by the Israeli government. Since then, prisoners from Hamas, Fatah, Islamic Jihad and the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) have also joined the strike.

The popular struggle coordination committee and others are organizing a vigil in solidarity with the hunger strikers tomorrow (11-10) at 12:00 P.M in front of Ofer military prison (the Palestinian side). Along the week protests were also at Beit Ola, Sosya in Yatta.

On 11 October there was a solidarity demo at Ofer concentration camp (Bitunia side) and in Haifa too..

Bituniya 14.10.2011

Israel Puterman video of Bitunia side demo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Gux1BGedYQ
davidreeb http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUhR4G0EjmM

Palestinian Hunger Strike Continues Despite Israeli Prisoner Swap:

Sheikh Jarrah

As usual, the joint Friday demo.

Social Struggles

The social center established during the tent camping in Rot shield Boulevard expanded it contents to include the subject of the Palestinian struggle.

Saturday was a central 15-OCT happening in Tel Aviv. Long afternoon people converged at the museon square, and late evening and middle of night they partied at the Rot shield Boulevard (blocking the road too) for 4 hours.


Friday demo
demonstration http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TVMIgQfM4Q
mubadarapal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TVMIgQfM4Q

See http://awalls.org
See Previous reports about the joint struggles of the Anarchists Against the Wall at: http://ilanisagainstwalls.blogspot.com

Monday, October 10, 2011

Palestine-Israel, After the September big noise the joint struggle continue

The pick of the struggle was the escalation in settler colonialists terror in Anata, where a mob of local settlers - including personal of state forces who live there, attacked Jewish radical activists who accompanied Palestinians who tried to access their land. The state forces - police and gendarmes present stayed presumably "neutral" but threatened the activists and even arrested three. As a measure against settlers escalating terror, the joint monitoring project of the popular grass root committees is collecting momentum. The "regular" locations of joint struggle - both within the 1948 borders, mainly the Bedouins of the south, and Jaffa; the weekly joint demonstrations the anarchists against the wall are involved: Beit Omar, Bil'in, Nabi Saleh, Ni'lin, and Ma'asarah; and Sheikh Jarrah too. Other sporadic locations like A-Tawna were active too.


Testimony 06/10/2011 of Stavit Sinai
How I was beaten up, stripped necked, tortured and threatened to be burned alive by the Anatot settlers.

Friday evening, 09.30.11, Anatot gate.

A balding stocky man with light-colored hair, wearing glasses, banging my head against a white transit van. One of the activists was next to me as we were surrounded by settler-police who’ve been shoving me back and forth in opposite directions. I fought back. I knocked off the glasses of the man who thrust my head and crushed them in my right hand. He bit my hand hard, trying to release the glasses from it.

At this time, a brown-skinned man on my left began to twist my left arm in ways I had seen Border Police do in previous protests I’d attended. He didn’t stop even when I screamed in pain. It was only a heavy blow – when my face was pushed down shattering one of his front teeth – that released my left hand from his painful grip.

Then I was knocked to the ground as a vehicle behind me moved, threatening to run me over. The activist tried to help by raising me up. The white van left and I got back on my feet and stood facing a tall brown-skinned man who never stopped yelling his insults at me. He told me: “Go fuck Arabs…”

At this point, the group of settlers began to shake and shove me in different directions as they tore the clothing from my upper body. They ripped off my bra, vest and shirt. The upper half of my body was stark naked. Other activists tried to cover and calm me. I remember especially that in all the efforts to get me out of there, the tall, balding brown-skinned man came close and said: “A Jewish prick isn’t good enough for you? You want an Arab prick, hah?”

I remember another man wearing a dark civilian shirt and a cap on which was the word “Police” tried to move me. I asked him for his police ID and instead he pushed me out of the way. Another activist brought me to her car and promised to drive me home when the protest was over. I got into the car and locked the doors. From that moment I tried to tweet everything that happened as long as my cell battery held out. I wrote what happened on the ground, the blows, the disrobing and the dire situation the protesters faced that night. I took a picture from the car and uploaded it to Twitter. I tried to hide, not to arouse interest. I saw how the protesters were driven backward by the settlers.

Only a few minutes passed from when I entered the vehicle when a settler noticed me. He drew the attention of his other settler friends and they began rocking the car. I tightened my seat belt and waited quietly for help. In my hand, I grasped a narrow synthetic strap from my purse. It was the only thing I could find nearby to use to defend myself and I was ready to use it to strangle the first person who approached me. Before that, I’d tweeted that I'm looking for means of protection in case they break in. I covered my breasts with the little fabric that remained from my torn clothes.

The crowd around me grew, but I tried to maintain my composure. At that moment, a soldier came by and I begged him to help me. He gave me a look of utter boredom. But after more begging he asked the group to move back a bit so I could leave the car. He suggested that I get into the army jeep, but I wouldn’t agree despite the pressure that the soldiers exerted on me. I was frightened that the settlers standing around me would resume their violence. Because no one offered protection I began to scream at the soldiers to block me [from the settlers]. They did this indifferently. They did check that I hadn’t left anything behind as I’d asked. Despite this, I lost my purse which contained all my IDs including the one categorizing me as “Jewish,” despite the fact that I am not.

The door of the military vehicle in which I was sitting was opened by an older soldier, clearly a member of some minority. He screamed at me and threatened to arrest me. Apparently because I gave the settlers the finger while sitting in his vehicle. I told him to arrest me already, because I was shamed by being in the midst of soldiers of apartheid. He turned away, slamming the door of the vehicle. Eventually, the soldiers returned me to my fellow activists.

I still have the tattered remnants of my clothes from that night.

Beit Omar

Saturday 08-10-2011: Protest against the occupation and in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike, near the settlement of Karmi Tsour near the Palestinian village of Beit Omar in the occupied West Bank.
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Friday 7-10-11:
It was the smallest Friday demonstration ever in Bil'in. Only 9 came from Tel Aviv, and a bit more international activist came... mainly an hour too late. Bil'iners too were less even for the last demos as the olive picking started today. Most of us marched all along the double distance to the new location - the Abu-Lamun groove adjacent to the new separation wall. Few others came by cars - as it is more and more common lately, after the removal of the old separation fence doubled the distance of the march.
When we arrived there people approached the separation wall - a bit to the south of the park and checked the strength of the barbed wire structure located in front of the wall.
It took the soldier some time till they discovered it and started to shower us with tear gas. After consuming the proper weekly dose of it we returned to the village.

Rani Abdel Fatah - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2530915115340.289179.1327358013


8-10-11 - Joint demonstration against hate desecration of Christian and Muslim Palestinian graveyard http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vnc7RPX1phw

Nabi Saleh

Friday 7-10-2011: Besides protesting against the occupation, the theft of Nabi Saleh land for the construction of the illegal Israeli colony of Halamish, the struggle is against the occupation, and solidarity with others fronts.

International communities - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.292400224103622.82504.136633479680298
Tom Vee - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2446975534416.2142302.1252763340
hassan daboos - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.229976990392098.57952.228124070577390
Awad Abuzaid - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2598126472385.154113.1231443469

TomVeeTV - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSAYzHrqxI8
anxtysumoud - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9upmjiLapjM
tamimi1966 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaP-XWigPGs
davidreeb - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MAEw9doJ_Q


Video From Friday demo in Ni'lin
yisraelpnm - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcSi71mtOCI
Nilinvillage - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDKBVsJNYMQ


There will be a demo in yatta (in the south) tomorrow (Friday 7-10-11). if you can come please let me know.

Report from the demo in a-Tswana: at Friday 7/10 around 30 people from southern mount hebron area, yatta and Tswana, people from beit ummar, and israeli activists (5), protested in response to the new grip settlement called Amnir on the lands of a-Tswana, and in response to new destruction of wells by the civil administration (Minhal).
We were able to march until the olive trees, as the Israeli army prevented the demo from getting to the main road near the settlements there. the protest ended without special cases.

The patrols are continuing,
If you can make it in the next days starting tomorrow please let me know.

Hi all. The popular committees have asked us to support this campaign (see below). We will try to cover shifts for the next period. if you can please let me know when you can come and I'll schedule people.

Popular Committees to Launch a Documenting and Intervention Campaign Against Settler Attacks

The popular committees will inaugurate the Eyes of Resistance project to allow for quick intervention in cases of settler attacks on Palestinians.

What: Launching of the Eyes of Resistance campaign
Where: Nabi Saleh, at the contested Ein al-Qaws spring
When: Monday, September 19th, at 11:00 AM
Media contact: Jonathan Pollak +972-54-632-7736

In light of the recent augmentation in settler attacks on Palestinian body and property, the popular committees will initiate a volunteer-based campaign, in which several cars will patrol the West Bank to quickly respond to cases of settler attacks.

On-the-ground teams, composed of Palestinian, Israeli and international activists, will be directed from an operations-room in Ramallah, to which toll-free calls will be routed. The teams will document settler-attacks, but will also intervene to prevent and stop them when possible.

On Monday, four teams will set out on their first drive, from the contested Ein al-Qaws spring, near the village of Nabi Saleh. The location was chosen because of the continuous attempt by settlers from the adjacent settlement of Halamish to take over the spring and oust Nabi Saleh's residents from their lands.

Mohammed Khatib of the Popular Struggle Coordination Committee said, "If anyone needed further proof that Palestinians cannot count on Israeli authorities to prevent settler violence, recent events show beyond doubt why we need to organize to defend ourselves. This is exactly what these volunteers will do in a civic and peaceful manner".


Don't say we did not know #282

On Thursday, 29th September, 2011, Palestinian farmers from the village Shweiki, in the South Hebron Hills, discovered that settlers had uprooted 50 of their olive trees on their land.

The farmers called the army and police. An army tracker traced the vandals' footprints, leading to an outpost called Mitzpe Eshtamoa. On a rock was written: "Halhul price tag."


On Friday, 30th September, 2011, in the afternoon, several settlers and a dog entered the Palestinian village Yasuf (near the settlement Tapuah). The dog tried to attack people in the village. Villagers threw stones at the dog and the invaders, and managed to get them out. IDF soldiers then arrived and threw teargas grenades in the village and fired volleys into the air.

Questions & queries: amosg@shefayim.org.il

See http://awalls.org
See Previous reports about the joint struggles of the Anarchists Against the Wall at: http://ilanisagainstwalls.blogspot.com

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Palestine-Israel, The joint struggle is threatened by settler colonialist assaults on the Israeli partners

The desperation of the settler colonialists resulting from the approaching of the moment of truth and the shattering of their dream of the enlarged Israel, cause mounting of brutal assaults. Latest escalation was in the brutal assault on the Israeli non violent activists in the village Anata near the Settler colonialist settlement Anatot. The escalation was also of the state forces who were present at the confrontation but all they did was arresting three activist on concocted charges. State force personnel living in the settlement who were of duty participated in the assault. The main locations of joint struggles the anarchists against the wall activists are the leading Israelis: Bil'in, Ni'ilin, Nabi-Saleh, and Ma'asara keep the struggle going, and so are the struggles in Sheikh Jarrah, Arakib, Wallaje, and the South of Hebron Hills.


Friday, There was a kind of a pogrom committed against Palestinians and Israeli activists today in Anata. Israeli colonialist settlers, with the Israeli security forces doing nothing to calm them attacked both Palestinians and Israelis.

First round:
This morning (30/9) Israeli activists and Palestinians were attacked by settlers near the settlement of Atarot. The landowner of the plot to which the activists came in order to plant trees was also attacked by the settlers who cracked his head open, as well as attacking his wife. The two were have been hospitalized at Hadasa Ein Karem hospital.

Police officers who were present at the scene did nothing while the activists were beaten and their cameras smashed. Some of the attackers wore police shirts and carried service weapons, which attests to the fact that they are a part of the police force even though they were off duty.

Three of the Israeli activists who were attacked are... in detention at the Maale Edumin police station.

Three other activists have been hospitalized at Hadassa Ein Karem and an additional three have been arrested by the police, who have NOT arrested any of the assaulting settlers, in spite of having witnessed everything."

Peaceful moments before the first major clash with settlers on Palestinian Anata after today's event in Anata to hassle with the settlers, this video has become more urgent. us simply forbidden to be alone. http://youtu.be/WWSz3lBhHfw == http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWSz3lBhHfw

There will be an urgent demo this evening. Meeting point : 18:00 at French Hill commercial center. Transportation from Tel Aviv will be too.

Second round:
Later this evening, more activists arrived to protest against the pogrom which had taken place earlier. They too were attacked and beaten, with stoned being thrown at them too. In spite of police presence at the scene, the police did nothing.

As a result of the second attack, 19 people have been injured, requiring medical attention, and three have been hospitalized at Hadasa Ein Karem. Again, several cameras were destroyed. Moreover, cars belonging to the activists, which were parked outside the settlement of Anatot, were damaged by the attackers, who smashed windshields and head and tail lights, as well as puncturing tires.

LYNCH OF 30/SEPTEMBER , 2011 By Anatot Anata Le http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.155317497895579.35899.100002519881449

English subtitles JerusalemDay2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqdNi3RM3gI
English subtitles JustJerusalem http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKzNrNhTu5w
Lynch by Anatot's settlers 30.9.2011 Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eB6YeA6hmVE
Lynch by Anatot's settlers 30.9.2011 Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cese6l5eekQ
narina28 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMycC_WlLxA
assafsh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbv8a3l6qts

http://kibush.co.il/show_file.asp?num=48885 (eng)
http://kibush.co.il/show_file.asp?num=48884 (heb)
"23 Israelis and Palestinians injured in settler attack outside Jerusalem http://972mag.com/settlers-attack-and-injure-23-israelis-and-palestinians-outside-jerusalem/24410/

Fascist media:
"During the new year "Rosh Hashana" holidays, tens of anarchists and Palestinians arrived at at Anatot in the Biniamin region, waving PLO flags. Anatot people did not remain quiet and confrontation developed and more than 10 anarchists were injured, and their cars were damaged."


As every other Friday we marched at noon from center of the village towards the separation wall. we were about 20 Israelis with the AAtW initiative, about 20 internationals, leading figures from Ramalla, and the Bil'iners. Near the route of the old and now removed separation fence, at the memorial site for Bassem Abu Rahme speeches were carried - including the declaration of "green Palestine". Then we continue the march towards the new route of the separation wall. There, at the Abu Lemon nature reserve there was an art exhibition of struggle scenes pictures and also enjoyed some refreshments. Then we approached the separation fence. After a while, the state forces showered us with tear gas and we returned to the village.

International communities http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.289088071101504.81796.136633479680298

Nabi Saleh

yisraelpnm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh9PihE2nh4
Michael Treiger http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.244427228937102.59486.100001094792472
International communities http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.289060067770971.81791.136633479680298
David Reeb http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO_nGsjbMAs
tamimi1966 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYwEWrS-YgA
planxtysumoud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlB6u8xc4ew


Ni'lin weekly demonstration 30-09-2011
By International communities http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.289059181104393.81790.136633479680298
Nilinvillage http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhlShQ3BvOo

Sheikh Jarrah

The residents of Sheikh Jarrah are continuing their protest vigils in the neighborhood on Fridays, protesting their violent evictions form their homes, the taking over of the neighborhood by the settlers, and the Judaization of East Jerusalem.

They call upon each and every person who supports their struggle to join them.
Friday Amir Bitan http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.294557473892608.91200.100000150737581


Demonstration in support of al Walajah

Where: Agranat sq. outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem
When: Tuesday September 27th at 0900 (tomorrow)

For Justice in al Walajah, Justice for the environment, Justice for Human Rights

* Over half of the wall has been complete with the latest illegalities happening in al Walajeh

* In al Walajah the wall will and has damaged ancient agricultural terraces and an ancient olive tree estimated to be between 1500-4000 years old

Please come and show your support and stand in solidarity with the residents of al Walajah whose fate lies in the hands of the Israeli Justice System, whose lives and human rights are being trampled on by the illegal activities of the Israeli government.


The Monitoring project

The popular committees have asked us to support this campaign (see below). We will try to cover shifts for the next period.
if you can please let me know when you can come and I'll schedule people.


Don’t say we did not know #281

The IDF continues to make the lives of the Palestinian residents of the South Hebron Hills region impossible.
On Friday, 16th September, 2011, the IDF blocked off all the crossroad junctions of Road 317 between the town Yatta and its nearby villages: Rawin, Sha’ab El-Butum, Um El-Amayer, Wadi Shajeish, Qawawis, and the eastern entrance to Samu’a.
Questions & queries: amosg@shefayim.org.il
* A project of an Israeli anarchist activist

Colonial Settlements' Products link http://www.whoprofits.org/Involvements.php?id=grp_inv_settlement#grp_inv_settlement_1

Social Struggle
Israel Puterman videos
Eviction of the Lewinsky tent camp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79AY0d4KBrQ
Eviction of the Rothschild tent camp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3-1c8NYPl4

See http://awalls.org
See Previous reports about the joint struggles of the Anarchists Against the Wall at: http://ilanisagainstwalls.blogspot.com