Nabi Saleh: Videos, reports & photos (17th – 31 January 2015)


I look at my children in the relative safety of my Country, and I think to myself – what kind of Army uses such brutality against unarmed men, women and children.

These communities are restricted and repressed – if the children throw rocks, you have to ask yourselves WHY?? Facing anger WITH anger – using force with force is not the answer. I don’t have the answers….I wish I did! Though I think someone as experienced as Miko Peled might?
I do think that these soldiers should be nowhere near to these people – leave them alone! Stop the aggression and start to realise that everyone on this planet is EQUAL. It’s way time Israelis leader was forced out and a new leader with a progressive and inclusive vision for all #Palestinians – #Israel is a part of #Palestine – NOT the other way round and #land needs discussing. #Prisoners need releasing and #Walls need to come tumbling down! For the sake of the #Children 💞

Nabi Saleh Solidarity

21 January 2015

Update by Nabi Saleh Solidarity

IOF in Nabi Saleh on 21 January 2015. – the Israeli army raided NabiSaleh in the morning, firing live ammunition/teargas and arresting Eyad Tamimi (49) and Hamza Tamimi (25) from their houses

Photo: IOF in Nabi Saleh on 21 January 2015. - the Israeli army raided NabiSaleh in the morning, firing live ammunition/teargas and arresting Eyad Tamimi (49) and Hamza Tamimi (25) from their houses

23 January 2015

Update by Nabi Saleh Solidarity

Activists report IOF invade village with four jeeps and at least 18 soldiers before the weekly demonstration began. The fired large amounts of teargas at unarmed protesters. In particular the valley was filled with teargas making it difficult for people to breath. Residents reported that the teargas was particularly strong, with many suffocated by the gas due to the large quantities and strong winds. IOF continue to invade village and harass village for several hours after the conclusion of the demonstration.

Video by David Reeb

Report and photos from Haim Scwarczenberg:

(for more photos, click here)

“The weekly protest in Nabi…

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