West Bank: Protest targets Israel's Apartheid Wall

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Anti-Wall protest in Bil'in, November 25. Photo by Ted Walker

On November 25, a group of around 50 Palestinian, Israeli and international activists protested against Israel's apartheid separation wall near the village of Bil'in in the West Bank. Weekly protests in the village have been taking place for six years. Residents also protested the arrest of Ashraf Abu-Rahma, a young activist from the village, who has been detained for three weeks.

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