This week: Killings in Jenin followed by clashes in Jerusalem and the West Bank, housing and labor protests in Israel, refugee demonstrations in Europe, and a ‘price tag’ attack in Beit Hanina.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians participate in a funeral for three Palestinians who were killed early Saturday by Israeli army forces in Jenin Refugee Camp, West Bank, March 22, 2014. The three were identified as Hamza Abu al-Haija (22), Mahmoud Abu Zeina (27) and Yazan Jabarin, (22). Seven others were injured during clashes that followed as Israeli soldiers raided the camp. Israeli military forces have killed 59 Palestinians and injured 904 since the resumption of peace negotiations with Israel in July, 2013. (photo: Activestills.org)
A Palestinian protester is arrested by Israeli border police during clashes at Damascus Gate as dozens protested the killing of three Palestinians by Israeli forces in Jenin Refugee Camp, East Jeruslaem, on March 22, 2014. Six protesters were arrested. (photo: Activestills.org)
Youth throw stones at Israeli soldiers during the weekly protest in Kafr Qaddum, East of Qalqiliya, West Bank, on march 21, 2014. Kafr Qaddum started to organize regular demonstrations in July 2011 protesting against the blocking of the main road, east of the village, which used to link it to Nablus. (photo: Activestills.org)
Israeli security forces seen during clashes in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Ras al-Amud on March 21, 2014 following Friday prayers. (photo: Activestills.org)
Lecturers from the Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College protest in the college’s courtyard, on March 25, 2014. The workers, supported by “Power to the Workers,” union were protesting their employment conditions. (photo: Activestills.org)
An activist is roughed up by police forces during an eviction and demolition of six houses in Givat Amal neighborhood, Tel Aviv, March 27, 2014. (photo: Activestills.org)
Afghans carry posters and shout slogans in front of the Office of the Comissioner General for Refugees and Stateless persons (CGRS) during a demonstration organized after an Afghan family received a negative decision concerning their asylum request, Brussels, Belgium, March 21, 2014. Afghan asylum seekers have been protesting for months, demanding asylum and protection from Belgium. Some of them have been living in a church in central Brussels since last November. (photo: Activestills.org)
Participants carry signs calling on European Union leaders to change their policies concerning migrants, asylum seekers and refugees during an action organized by Amnesty International in front of the European Council during the European Summit of the Heads of state and Government of the European Union, Brussels, Belgium, March 20, 2014. For the action, four tons of sand were brought to make a symbolic beach on which participants wearing black clothes and symbolizing the migrants lie down near participants acting as tourists. The action urges the European Union and the governments of its 27 member states to stop exposing people to danger along Europe’s coasts and borders and to adopt a less restrictive policy. (photo: Activestills.org)
Graffiti in Hebrew reads, “Gentiles in the land [of Israel] = enemies”, on a Palestinian bus in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Hanina, on March 24. (photo: Activestills.org)
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