6 August 2011
Israeli Occupation Forces attack the village of Nabi Saleh, heavily firing ammo and gas canisters indiscriminately on homes. Clashes out broke between the youths of the village and the soldiers in several places. In addition, the settlers went out to the main street and are attacking passing cars
30 July 2011
Israeli forces try to impose a curfew on the residents of the village in Nabi Saleh. The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) are arresting and harassing whoever tries to oppose that. Iyad Abdel-Karim, Rafat Wageh and Malik Talal Al-Tamimi were abused, arrested and eventually taken to an unknown destination. The IOF now opens fire on anything and everything that moves.
28 July 2011
Israeli Occupation Forces invade village and raid several homes. Israeli soldiers reported to be threatening the women and children of the village, that they will pay a big price if they keep on going with the popular resistance in the village
26 July 2011
Solidarity activists report that Israeli Occupation Force have invaded the village, firing massive amounts of suffocation gas and live ammunition. The huge iron gates on either side of the occupation watch tower have been closed to prevent any movement in or out
17 July 2011
Ayad Tamimi released after being detained for two days by the Israeli Occupation Forces.
15 July 2011
Ayad Tamimi, a leader of the An Nabi Saleh Popular Resistance Committee arrested/detained by the IOF during the Friday non-violent demonstration.
2 June 2011
Bassem Tamimi’s trail in Israel’s military occupation courts set to commence on 5 June.
13 May 2011
Nabi Saleh demonstrations commemorating Al Nakba brutally attacked by Israeli occupation forces, at 11 Israeli activists arrested, along with 1 international and two Palestinians. Several people hospitalised.
27 April 2011
11 year old Mohammed Bilal Abdul Salam At- Tamimi remains in hospital but is recovering from his injuries.
24 April 2011
Mohammed Bilal Abdul Salam At-Tamimi rehospitalised after being released on Friday 22 April. Mohammed was hit by a high velocity teargas canister on Friday. After being readmitted to hospital, it was discovered he was suffering internal bleeding.
22 April 2011
Mohammed Bilal Abdul Salam At-Tamimi, aged 11 years, hit by high velocity teargas canister fired by the Israeli Occupation Forces at unarmed demonstrators.
22 April 2011
Fadel Tamimi arrested by Israeli occupation forces at Nabi Saleh non-violent demonstration on Friday 22 April
14 April 2011
Basem Tamimi’s remand decision will be read in the military “court” in Ofer on Sunday, April 17.
11 April 2011
Bassem and Naji Tamimi appeared in the occupation military court on Sunday, 10 April. Bassem Tamimi’s military court hearing has been postponed until Tuesday, 12 April. Military court prosecutors have added more to the indictment against Naji Tamimi. His next military court appearance has now been scheduled for May.
7 April 2011
Naji Tamimi and Bassem Tamimi will appear in military court on Sunday, 10 April 2011 to face trumped up charges of “incitement” and organising “illegal” demonstrations.
5 April 2011
Islam Tamimi, 14 years, has been released after spending 72 days in prison.