Adeeb Abu Rahmah

Bil'in's Adeeb Abu Rahmah Released From Military Jail After 18 Months

After eighteen months in Israeli military prison, one of Bil'in's popular committee leaders has returned to his village. Massive celebrations greeted his arrival despite cold December weather. 

Israeli Soldiers Raid the Home of Imprisoned Bil'in Activist Adeeb Abu Rahmah; Arrest His Son

In yet another nighttime raid on the village of Bil'in, soldiers stormed Adeeb Abu Rahmah's house and arrested his sixteen year old son

Bil'in Organizer Sentenced to 18 months

Adeeb Abu Rahmah, a protest leader from Bil'in, was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment by the Military Court of Appeals, for his involvement in organizing demonstrations. The decision dramatically aggravates the one-year sentence originally imposed in the first instance.

Bil'in Marches in Solidarity with Adeeb and Abdallah Abu Rahmah

This week's demonstration in the village of Bil'in was dedicated to protest the lengthy imprisonment of Abdallah and Adeeb Abu Rahmah, both political prisoners, imprisoned for their role in organizing protest, and demand their immediate and unconditioned release.

Criminalization of Popular Struggle Continued; Abdallah Abu Rahmah Sentenced

Abdallah Abu Rahmah's first trial from 2005 had reached conclusion yesterday, with his sentencing to two months of imprisonment and a six months suspended sentence for participating and organizing demonstrations and for walking the streets of his village during a curfew designed to prevent a demonstration. A verdict in Abu Rahmah's main case for which he is already in jail since December is expected soon.

Bil'in Leader to Remain in Prison Despite Having Served His Sentence

Adeeb Abu Rahmah, a protest leader from Bil'in, was sentenced to twelve months imprisonment, for his involvement in organizing demonstrations. Despite already having served the sentence in full, he is to remain in prison until a decision will be given in the prosecution's appeal.

Another Palestinian Gandhi Crushed by Israel

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Joseph Dana, The Huffington Post

Jul 08, 2010

On the 7th of July 2010, five Palestinians from villages throughout the West Bank stood trial for the involvement in unarmed struggle against Israel's continued military occupation. Those on trial had been snatched from their beds in the middle of the night, accused of stone throwing or participation in an illegal protest and interrogated in unnamed Israeli military bases . They are the latest to be caught in Israel's recent wave of repression directed at the popular unarmed resistance in the West Bank.

We are all Adeeb Abu Rahmah

Adeeb Abu Rahmah was arrested on 10 July 2009, and is still held in custody for taking part in organizing the village's demonstrations. Demonstrators will wear masks of his face and call for his release.