Wall

‘There goes the neighborhood’

Published by:

Larry Derfner, The Jerusalem Post


Aug 06, 2010

Residents want barrier around Walaja rerouted.

Palestinian villagers battle plans to wall them in

Published by:

Selim Saheb Ettaba (AFP), Google News


Jul 11, 2010

AL-WALAJAH, Palestinian Territories — Omar Hajaj says he will soon be caged "like a zoo animal," with an electric fence encircling his house and his village hemmed in by the notorious West Bank barrier.

Palestinians face being walled by Israeli security barrier

Published by:

Harriet Sherwood,

The Guardian


Jul 08, 2010

Al Walaja in the West Bank turned into an enclave despite residents' protests

Army Imposes Curfew as Construction of the Wall Resumes in alWalaja and Beit Jala

Soldiers and Border Police officers imposed curfew this on the village of alWalaja this morning as olive tree uprooting for the construction of the Wall resumed there and in the adjacent town of Beit Jala, where two demonstrators were injured and two were arrested.

Ban Ki Moon Meets Popular Committees Reps During Tour of the Wall

Ban met representatives of the Popular Committees in the West bank and received a letter from them during a tour of the Wall held by Palestinian PM Salam Fayyad North of Jerusalem.

Bulldozed Playground Rebuilt in Beit Jala

A playground that was pulverized by bulldozers clearing path for the Wall in Beit Jala last week was rebuilt by the community and supporters today.

Ancient Olive Trees Uprooted in Beit Jala

The bulldozers working in the ancient olive grove to clear path for a new section of the Wall were met by Palestinian, Israeli and international demonstrators who tried to stop the uprooting

Bilin marks five years of West Bank barrier protest

Published by:

Heather Sharp, BBC News


Feb 19, 2010

Despite the barrages of Israeli tear gas, sound grenades, foul-smelling spray and sometimes bullets - rubber coated and occasionally live - the protesters at the Palestinian village of Bilin keep going back for more.

West Bank Barrier Protest

Published by:

Paula Hancocks, CNN


Feb 19, 2010

Villagers claim a small victory on the fifth anniversary of their protests in the West Bank

Protester marking the 45th anniversary of the Fatah movement in Ni'ilin

Picture Credit: 
Ahmed Musleh
Protester marking the 45th anniversary of the Fatah movement in Ni'ilin

Protesters preparing to topple the wall

Protesters preparing to topple the wall

Protesters on top of the wall as they prepare to tip it over

A protester looking through a hole in the wall after it was toppled

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ActiveStills.org
A protester looking through a hole in the wall after it was toppled

A demonstrator looking to his lands left beyond the wall, after part of the 8 meters concrete wall was toppled by protesters marking the 20th anniversary to the fall of the Berlin Wall

A demonstrator passing through the breached wall

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ActiveStills.org
A demonstrator passing through the breached wall

After the wall was breached demonstrators crossed to it's other side