Nabi Saleh demonstration against the Occupation and murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir – 4 July 2014

By Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 4 July 2014

Israeli Occupation Forces locked down Nabi Saleh from the early hours of the morning , preventing vehicles from entering the village. During the weekly demonstration the IOF arrested one young man and assaulted others when they attacked the village.  Israeli Occupation Forces targeted the peaceful march, which included women and children, with teargas, rubber coated steel bullets injuring many.  Walid Daifallah Tamimi, 18 was arrested from inside a shop.

The demonstration protested against the torture and murder of Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khdeir, who was kidnapped from Occupied East Jerusalem by illegal Israeli settlers.

Video by Israel Puterman

Video by David Reeb

 

Photos by Tamimi Press

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Nabi Saleh rise up in support of the prisoners on hunger strike.

by Tamimi Press: 10 May 2014

Nabi Saleh rise up in support of the prisoners on hunger strike. 10 injuried by rubber coated bullets

The Israeli occupation forces suppressed the Nabi Saleh weekly march against occupation and settlements. The march which was launched this Friday from the Martyrs’ Square, center of the village, with the participation of many activists from the Popular Resistance and foreign peace activists. The march expressed its support to the prisoners under hunger strike against the abuse of the Israeli occupation and the abuse they receive. The Popular Resistance Comitee of Nabi Saleh affirms that our people won’t accept anything less than freedom of all our brave prisoners. Our slogans were not only in support to our prisoners but also to support our national unity. The march was stroke and stoped before reaching the entrance of the Nabi Saleh village by dozens of tear gas canisters and rubber coated bullets, without any consider to all the children and women in the march. Many youngesters of the village angried by the strong reaction of the Israeli forces started to throw stones in opposing to the land aggression. Dozens were the people injured by rubber coated bullets, including on volunteer from the medical assistance.

Nabi Saleh marks International Worker’s Day (May Day); Israeli occupation forces injure 5 with rubber coated steel bullets

by Nabi Saleh Solidarity:  3 May 2014
Phtotographs by Tamimi Press

At least 5 people were injured by rubber coated steel bullets fired by Israeli occupation forces during today’s demonstration in Nabi Saleh.  The IOF also fired teargas and rubber coated bullets directly unarmed protesters, including women, children and elderly protesters. Israeli Occupation Forces declared Nabi Saleh a closed military zone and attempted to prevent international and Israeli activists from reaching the village.  The demonstration marked International Worker’s Day.

 

Video: Sometimes I’m Afraid, Sometimes I Hit – the children of Nabi Saleh speakout

A short film featuring the children of Nabi Saleh speaking about Israel’s occupation and how they cope with the constant state of violence around them, as they see their parents being arrested and family members being killed, and if and when they see some hope in their situation.

The film is made by political activist and Israeli conscientious objector Yuval Auron, who was jailed in 2009 and spent a month and a half in a military prison after refusing to enlist to the army. Yuval has been participating in the demonstrations in Nabi Saleh for the last few years and recently made a short video about the village. Yuval’s film was a finalist in the Euromed Audiovisual competition.