BIL’IN: Dozens of demonstrators tear-gassed in the village of Bil’in west of Ramallah 30Nov11 November 30, 2011

Some protesters were injured suffocation in the weekly march organized by the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Bil’in and in support of the efforts of national reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah,with the participation of dozens of Palestinians and international and Israeli peace activists.

The march began after Friday prayers from the center of the village , heading to the land which was liberated last June, the participants raised Palestinian flags and pictures of the prisoner Ashraf  Abu  Rahma   , they chanted the national slogans  calling for the departure of the occupation and destruction of the apartheid wall, The protesters also called on Palestinians to remain faithful to the constants of Palestine and called for freedom for all prisoners.
Upon the arrival of participants to the  Abu Lemon natural reserve,   they removed  some of the barbed wire, then the soldiers Who’s behind the concrete wall shot live bullets in the air and tear gas canisters  toward theparticipants, which led to the suffocation of dozens of participants with poison gas, during that some ofparticipants threw stones at the soldiers.

 On 28 November, the  Israeli occupation forces Proceeded this morning without warning demolish the international solidarity center , which was built by the Popular Committee Against the Wall and settlement ,  Bil’in people and international solidarity activists seven years ago on land that have been isolated by the wall at that time, as the Israeli occupation forces confiscated all seats wood and waste containers which was developed since six months in protected natural reserve (Abu Limon )  , This process is designed to prevent the people of Bil’in and foreign peace activists of access and presence in that region, note that the center of international solidarity is located on land that was liberated .

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