Abdullah Abu Rahmah, one of the leaders of the 11-years-old Bil'in protests against the separation wall, has been arrested after confronting Border Police over the dispersal of the cycling event. Text and pictures by Oren Ziv Abduallah Abu Rahmah, one of the leaders of the Bil'in protest movements, was arrested on Friday during a bicycle race in the West Bank to mark the 68th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba. Hundreds of Palestinian and international cyclists participated in the so-called "return ride" that kicked off in Ramallah and ended in the village of Bil'in, where grassroots protests against the occupation and…Read More...
Tel Aviv, 27 December 2010. On the day that marks the second anniversary of Israel's three-week war on Gaza, also known as Operation Cast Lead, an Israeli activist was sentenced to three months in jail for protesting Israel's military blockade and siege on the Palestinian territory. Jonathan Pollak, a political activist who is involved in the Popular Struggle Coordination Committee (PSCC), participated in a Critical Mass bicycling event to protest Israel's blockade of Gaza, which was then more than three years old. The event took place on January 31, 2008. Police arrested Pollak at the demonstration, accusing him of incitement…Read More... | 20 Comments
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