Jerusalem

Land Day activities met with Israeli repression

34 protestors arrested, one martyr in Gaza, 8 years old boy hit in eye, another protestor in head

Palestinian Freedom Riders On Their Way to Jerusalem Violently Arrested on Israeli Settler Bus

Palestinians who boarded a segregated Israeli bus in the occupied West Bank to travel to East Jerusalem were arrested for taking action reminiscent of the Civil Rights Movement's Freedom Rides

Palestinian Freedom Riders to Challenge Segregation By Riding Settler Buses to Jerusalem

On Tuesday, November 15th, 2011, Palestinian activists will reenact the US Civil Rights Movement's Freedom Rides to the American South by boarding segregated Israeli public transportation in the West Bank to travel to occupied East Jerusalem.

Al Walaja Fights Back Illegal Construction of the Wall

In recent weeks, there have been significant legal developments concerning the Al Walaja residents’ legal efforts to challenge the route of the Wall, which could effectively encircle Al Walaja and confiscate more privately-owned Palestinian land.

Palestinians to March on Jerusalem from Four Directions

Palestinians will march on Jerusalem from all cardinal directions in a coordinated protest organized by the Olive-Revolution movement on the last Friday of Ramadan.

Eight Year-Old Violently Arrested in Silwan

Special police forces raided the house of 8 year-old Ali Siyam this afternoon and illegaly arrested him, causing injury requiring hospitalization to both his aunt and father.

Injured Jerusalem Teen Dies of Wounds

Milad Ayyash, the 17 year-old who was critically injured yesterday in East Jerusalem passed away at the Muqassed Hospital, after all attempts to save his life failed. The killing comes as tensions soar over upcoming Nakba anniversary.

Member of Silwan Neighborhood Committee Banished from Jerusalem on Day of Planned Eviction and Installment of a New Settlement

Adnan Gheith, a member of the Al-Bustan Neighborhood Committee and a dignitary of Silwan, was officially notified today that an order expelling him from Jerusalem will come into effect at 5 PM today. The order is not part of a judicial process, does not include charges and is based on secret material. An appeal for an injunction will be filed at the Israeli High Court later today. The order will come into force on the very day of the eviction of a Silwan house, and the planned installment of a new settlement there.

Israel Uses British Emergency Law to Banish Activist

Published by:

Donald Macintyre, The Independent


Dec 26, 2010

Mandate-era regulation invoked to stifle protest against Jewish settler groups in East Jerusalem

Help Silwan Resident Adnan Gheith Stay in Jerusalem

Palestinians know the Occupation in and out - we live under it our entire lives, but being in Adnan Gheith's position is hard to imagine even for the most experienced. It is hard to believe that something like this is even possible, and what Israel is trying to do to him must be stopped.