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IMAGES: funeral of Bil'in protester Jawaher abu Rahmah

Bil’in, West Bank – Jawaher Abu Rahmah, 36, who died this morning (Saturday) after inhaling massive amounts of tear-gas during the weekly protest in Bil’in yesterday, was buried today next to her brother, Bassem Abu Rahmah, who was killed from a direct hit to his chest during an unarmed protest in Bil’in last April.

The following images were taken at Jawaher’s funeral.

The mother of Jawaher and Bassem Abu Rahmah, today in Bil'in (photo: activestills.org)

Funeral march of Jawaher Abu Rahmah (photo: activestills.org)

Jawaher Abu Rahmah's funeral in Bil'in (photo: Joseph Dana)

Jawahar Abu Rahmah being laid to rest in Bil'in (photo: Joseph Dana)

Adeeb Abu Rahmah, who was just recently released from Israeli prison, speaks at Jawaher Abu Rahmah's funeral (photo: Joseph Dana)

Flowers and a Palestinian flag over the grave of Bil'in's Jawaher Abu Rahmah (photo: Joseph Dana)

Jawaher Abu Rahmah's grave, next to that of her brother, who was also killed during an unarmed protest (photo: Joseph Dana)

Jawaher Abu Rahmah's poster in Bil'in (photo: Joseph Dana)

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