The construction of the wall, which began in 2007 in spite of an ongoing legal battle and protests, constitutes the latest chapter of the ongoing history of dispossession of al-Walaja.
“What about my academic freedom? What about the tens of thousands of Palestinian children and teachers whose movement to and from their schools is impeded by the Israeli military?”
Raghad was rearrested after he turned 15.
“This Christmas we’ve built a huge wall across the front of our church. We’d really like you to come and see it because its what the people of Bethlehem are experiencing today.”
Jawad Naji’s thugs later beat up a Palestinian boycott activist who publically denounced Mahmoud Abbas.
Samer Issawi has won a pledge to be allowed return to Jerusalem, after refusing Israel’s offers of exile.
Campus on Campus participant believes refugee camps should be seen as “homelands.”
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