by Nabi Saleh Solidarity – 15 August 2014
International Solidarity Movement reported on twitter that Israel Occupation Forces have open fire with live ammunition against protesters in Nabi Saleh. A 16 year old youth has been shot with live ammunition. However, they have not been evacuated by ambulance but instead arrested and taken away in an Israeli military jeep. The 16-year-old shot was sometime later finally handed over to the Red Crescent and transferred to Ramallah Hopsital
Photos by Tamimi Press
by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 11 July 2014
On Friday, at the weekly demonstration, Nabi Saleh marched in solidarity with Gaza, opposing Israel’s war crimes. The demonstration called on Israel to stop its aggression and war crimes in Gaza. The protest attempted to march to land confiscated illegally by Israeli settlers but were attacked by Israeli Occupation Forces who fired teargas and rubber coated steel bullets.
Video by Bilal Tamimi
by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 10 May 2014
Photos by Tamimi Press
Today’s demonstration in Nabi Saleh marched in solidarity with Palestinian political prisoners who are currently on hunger strike. Activists report that Israeli Occupation Forces fired teargas and rubber coated steel bullets, often directly at people, injuring many. Amongst those injured were a paramedic who was shot in the leg and Manal Tamimi who was hit in the leg and arm. Despite the many injuries, none of the injured required hospitalisation.
by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 3 May 2014
Phtotographs by Tamimi Press
Photo and report by Haim Schwarczenberg
Mu’ath Mash’al, a Palestinian journalist, sustained an injury from a rubber bullet aimed directly at him. He received emergency treatment in the field and was then taken to a Ramallah hospital.
An IOF commander instructs soldiers to aim and shoot directly at a group of journalists even though their flak vests clearly identified them as members of the press.
by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 25 April 2014
At today’s demonstration in Nabi Saleh, Israeli occupation forces have shot Palestinian photo-journalist Maath Musleh from few metres range with 9 steel coated rubber bullets. Israeli occupation forces had been blocking gate at the front of the village preventing the evacuation of Musleh. Activists reported that the IOF are firing stun grenades at the ambulance. Maath has now been evacuated to hospital in Ramallah.
Photo by Manal Tamimi.
Photo by Manal Tamimi
Tamimi Press: 15 April 2014
After a great popular demonstration with the support of our brothers and sisters – Palestinian, Israelis and Internationals – we succeded to re-open the gate at the entrance of the village and to end the siege of Nabi Saleh after three days of blockade. Also the West Gate of the village now is open after about 12 years. We had to physically fight and resist against the most arrogant army in the world. The IOF today beated us and shot bombs against us, as well as tear gas, rubber coated bullets and pepper spray. An excessive reaction considering that we were demonstrating in a non violent popular way. Murad Tamimi, taken during the protest, is still under detention.
Today, amongst our demands there was also the freedom of movement for all Palestinian and the end of the check point, walls and gate system that is dividing the West Bank and the Palestinians.
We demand the release of Murad Tamimi and of Mariam Barghouti – arrested in Nabi Saleh friday – immediatly.