Israeli army attacked Asira al-Qibliya for the fourth night in a row, severely beating a 48-year-old and kidnapping his nephew.
Farmer from Deir Istiya digs a ditch to divert the sewage from olive trees onto those that can better tolerate the poisoning. Trying to fix the source of the leak he would risk his life because of settler and army violence.
UPDATE: During the past two weeks, the Abu Jamal family in Khan al-Luban has experienced additional attacks, a road closure, and imprisonment.
One man from Khirbet Sir fell from the ladder while climbing the Apartheid Wall for work opportunities, and broke a bone. To stop emigration and reduce the risks for the people of the village, women started an economical project.
The events of last night followed the familiar pattern of Israeli army attacks on a peaceful civilian population in both urban and rural areas of occupied Palestine.
Shooting tear gas, stun grenades, and live ammunition on the street as well as inside houses, and ransacking civilian homes and small businesses, dozens of heavily armed Israeli soldiers terrorised the village for several hours.
One popular song that is played multiple times before the demo to boost morale repeats the line “Hada al yum, al yum al thawar” – “Today is the day of revolution”!