Sunday, March 18, 2012

From the Net: 'Protests in solidarity with Hana Shalabi and against the wall brutally suppressed across the West Bank'

Upon the arrival to the Abu Lemon area participants raised Palestinian flags, posters of prisoner Hana Shalabi and slogans calling for national unity, the end of the occupation, destruction of the apartheid wall, and freedom for Palestinian prisoners. A few protesters entered between the barbed wire fence and the wall. Some were able to remove additional part of the barbed wire fence. Some young demonstrators threw rotten eggs at the soldiers. The soldiers reacted with a sound bomb, rubber bullets, tear gas canisters and the "skunk" machine.


Also at Kfur Qaddum, al Ma'sara, Nabi Saleh, Beit Ummar,Nil'in and Rafah: full story at Anarchists Against the Wall.

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