The small village of Bil'in, north of Ramallah, has long become a symbol of popular resistance to the Wall and Israeli occupation. This week, it marked 45 years to the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Dozens joined weekly protests in Bil'in, Ni'ilin and al-Ma'asara this week. In Bil'in, olive groves were set on fire by extensive shooting of tear-gas canisters.
Weekly demonstrations in Bi'lin, Ni'ilin, Kufr Qaddoum and Ma'asara mark the end of a week of protest against political imprisonment and in commemoration of the Nakba.
Throughout the West Bank, hundreds protests to support of over 1500 Palestinian political prisoners who are on hunger strike in Israeli prisons.
The seventh Bi'lin Conference on Popular Struggle culminated on Friday in a mass demonstration against the Wall and settlements. Demonstrators were able to reach the area between the fences and place a Palestinian flag on top of the Wall.
Hundreds throughout the West Bank marked land day in popular demonstrations. Many of the demonstrations were held where land confiscation persists as a daily practice. Several protesters were slightly injured.
The people of Bil'in, who continue to struggle for the return of their lands still sequestered behind Israel's wall, marked seven years of resistance this Friday. The demonstration was devoted to express solidarity with Khader Adnan, the administrative detainee who has been on hunger strike for the past 62 days and is currently on the verge of death.
The people of Bil'in, together with their Israeli and international supporters, will mark seven years of resistance to the Wall, settlements and Occupation this Friday. The demonstration will be dedicated to hunger striking administrative detainee, Khader Adnan
Dozens joined the weekly protest in Bil'in in solidarity with Khader Adnan, as his hunger strike enters its 55th day. One protester was shot in the leg with a rubber coated bullet.
Muheeb Barghouti, an independent photojournalist was injured while taking pictures of Bil'in weekly protest against the Wall and settlements.