Izbet Tabib (15/07/2006)
Solidarity with Prisoner Khader Adnan, Tel Aviv, Israel (14/2/2012)
Action against bulldozers, Al-Walaja (04/08/2010)
Palestinian farmers prevented from harvesting their land, Saffa (27/06/09)

In the past two years, Anarchists Against the Wall has been subject to a growing wave of assaults on anti-occupation activists in  Israel and the West Bank.

In order to sustain our work and provide legal representation to arrested activists, we have issued an urgent appeal for  regular supporters to help us raise $1500 by the end of each month.



Mousa Abu Maria to remain in administrative detention

Mousa at court with his fiancee and PSP co-founder Bekah WolfMousa at court with his fiancee and PSP co-founder Bekah Wolf

From Palestine Solidarity Project

After a long day in the Israeli Supreme Court, 3 judges decided that Mousa Abu Maria, co-founder of Palestine Solidarity Project, would remain in administrative detention and that no review of the secret evidence against him was required. The court refused to hear a major part of advocate Gaby Lasky’s argument, namely, that the procedures for appeal of administrative detention in place now by the Israeli Occupation Forces are not in line with the Fourth Geneva Conventions and international law. After less than 15 minutes of presentation of Mousa’s case the court was emptied while the prosecution, aided by secret ‘evidence’ and members of Israeli intelligence service (Shabak) presented to the court (with administrative detention, not only are no charges filed or evidence presented in open court, but the defense attorneys are also not allowed to hear the accusations against their clients)

23 demonstrators arrested in front of colonel's house

23 demonstrators were violently arrested in front of the house of Colonel Aviv Reshef, who is the army commander of the regiment stationed in the Ni'ilin region. The demonstrators were arrested while protesting the murder of two minors in Ni'ilin last week.  The two – Ahmed Mousa, 10 years old, and Youssef Amireh, 17 years old, were shot by the Israeli border police.

Ni'ilin: Youssef Amiereh's funeral attacked with teargas and rubber coated bullets

Youssef Amireh's funeral processionYoussef Amireh's funeral procession

Youssef Amireh, the second mortal victim of the military suppression of the Ni'ilin uprising, succumbed to his fatal wounds today after struggling for five days at the Ramallah hospital. Thousands attended his funeral procession, which was stopped in two different flying checkpoints, which were set up for no other reason but to delay it, on its way from Ramallah to the village. The people who waited to receive the procession at the entrance to the village were assaulted with teargas, concussion grenades and rubber coated bullets just in order to push them away from the entrance to the village into farther inside it.

17 year old Youssef Amireh succumbed to his wounds

Youssef Amireh Youssef AmirehOn Wednesday, July 30th, Youssef Amireh was shot in the head with by a border policeman.  The two rubber coated bullets, shot from a distance of ten meters, penetrated his skull and left him brain dead. Today, five days later, Youssef Amireh succumbed to his wounds and passed away.

Ni'ilin: Razor wire barricade dismantled in Ahmed Mousa's memory. 7 injured

For the first time since the murder and mortal injury that shocked Ni'ilin this week, about 600 villagers marched to their lands accompanied by Israeli and international supporters. The villagers prayed on their lands, and then, despite a massive presence of border police forces, went on to dismantle the razor wire barricade Ahmed Mousa was killed after trying to dismantle.

Ni'ilin: Second mortal casualty in two days

Youssef Amireh in the hospital after suffering a mortal injuriyYoussef Amireh in the hospital after suffering a mortal injuriy

At around 19:30 today an Israeli border policeman shot Youssef Amireh, 17 years old, in the head at close range with a rubber coated bullet, causing him mortal wounds. Amireh was shortly after pronounced brain dead by the doctors in the Ramallah hospital. The incident took place just hours after the funeral of ten year old Ahmed Mousa, who was murdered by a border policeman yesterday.

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