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  • Hundreds of Israelis march on settlements to protest violence

    Police, army block anti-occupation activists from entering area settlements, adjacent to where 15 masked settlers violently attacked activists last week. By Yael Marom and Maayan Dak Around 200 anti-occupation activists on Friday marched on a West Bank outpost from which settlers attacked solidarity activists, Palestinians, and even Israeli soldiers in recent weeks. The protest was meant as a response to the ongoing settler violence in the area, primarily targeting Palestinian shepherds and residents form al-Auja village. The activists had planned to conduct a protest march through the Kochav Hashachar settlement and then to its satellite outpost, Givat Habaladim. It was…

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  • Settler attack showcases impunity of Jewish extremists

    In all my years as of activism, I have never seen or experienced such hatred as I did last Friday, when masked settlers attacked a group of Ta'ayush volunteers with clubs and stones. By Guy Hircefeld It’s been almost 10 years since I became involved in activism, much of it with Ta’ayush. I very quickly understood that my country is governed by a group of messianic, extreme and violent people whose aim is the establishment of a Jewish state — and that the entire “democratic” system is at their service, no questions asked. [tmwinpost] Ta’ayush activists have, over the years, been…

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  • WATCH: Masked settlers attack left-wing activists in Jordan Valley

    Five of the activists, who were there to protect Palestinian shepherds from settler attacks, were themselves wounded by Israeli settlers. A group of masked Israeli settlers attacked over a dozen activists with Jewish-Arab solidarity group Ta’ayush in the Jordan Valley on Friday morning. The activists were accompanying Palestinian shepherds working near al-Auja, which is near Habaladim, an Israeli outpost. Last year, in addition to their regular activities in the South Hebron hills, Ta’ayush activists also started going to the Jordan Valley to work with Palestinian communities threatened by Israeli settlers. Until recently, they focused their work in the northern part of…

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