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: 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
Video by Bilal Tamimi
Video by Yisrael Puterman
by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: Photos by Tamimi Press: 9 May 2013
Nabi Saleh residents reported that on the 8/9th May, Israeli settlers attempted to sneak into the village to attack the houses. However, village youth confronted the settlers in an attempting to stop them.
Photos by Haim Schwarzcenberg and Tamimi Press/Video by David Reeb
Nabi Saleh residents begin Friday demonstrations – photo by Haim Schwarczenberg
Israeli Occupation Forces invade Nabi Saleh – photo by Haim Schwarczenberg
Israeli Occupation Forces open fire on unarmed demonstrators in Nabi Saleh – photo by Haim Schwarczenberg
Israeli Occupation Forces fire teargas at protestors – photo by Haim Schwarczenberg
Palestinian woman carrying flowers in front of Israeli Occupation Forces soliders – photo by Tamimi Press
Skunk being sprayed at protesters – photo by Tamimi Press
Israeli Occupation Forces harass journalists and press in Nabi Saleh – photo by Tamimi Press
Illegal Israeli settlers occupy spring located on stolen Palestinian land owned by Nabi Saleh residents – photo by Tamimi Press
During the weekly demonstration in the village of Nabi Saleh, yesterday, Friday, dedicated to support the Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, some of the villagers of Nabi Saleh, along with other activists managed to get to the entrance of village’s spring “Alqaws” which was taken over by the settlers three years ago. Soldiers forcibly prevented them to approach the spring at the same time settlers were swimming in.
video by Bilal Tamimi
Soldiers detained three Palestinian women, one Israeli activist and one American journalist. Among the detainees was Nariman Tamimi (36), a resident of the village and a Popular Resistance activist. Her Daughter, A’hd Tamimi (11) and two nephews, Marah (11) and Wiaam (11), were attacked brutally by soldiers preventing them from reaching the spring, and separating them from Nariman during her detention. [CORRECTION to PSCC report – Marah is the neice of Nariman].
After the arrests, the army raided the village, sprayed “skunk” water and threw stun grenades and tear gas at houses, and used live ammunition through the clashes with the residents. During the raids on the houses, several residents were injured, including: Azmi Tamimi (70), injured in his finger from a rubber bullet shot from point blank range, Martyr Mustafa Tamimi’s grandmother (90), injured in her leg from two rubber bullets, as she sat at her house door, Halla Tamimi (48), injured from a stun grenade thrown into her house and Ahmed Shaker (11), injured in his chin from rubber-coated steel bullet, in addition to several injuries from rubber-coated steel bullets.
During the raid, the army arrested another Israeli activist from one of the houses. The six detainees were held for more than eight hours, in violation of the law, which only permits holding detainees for a maximum of three hours (or six hours in extreme cases), before they are arrested. At 9pm, soldiers put detainees on an army vehicle and drove them for an hour though different settlements roads then drove back to Nabi Saleh entrance where they were dropped off and released.