After five years of protests against the wall, weekly Friday protests continue, attended by Israelis, international anarchists and Palestinians from the West Bank. One of the focal points is the
village of Bilin, Palestine. 21/01/2011
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad was removed by his bodyguards from a procession in the West Bank village of Bilin due to teargas fired several meters away, as Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli security forces.
Days after the Israeli army said it would finally comply with a 2007 court order and change the route of the wall, Palestian Protesters rammed a bulldozer into the wall during the weekly demonstration. Palestine. 24th June 2011
Palestinians together with Israeli and international activists celebrate last week's moving of a portion of Israel's West Bank Separation Wall. They also started to build a new house on the returned lands. Bil'in, Palestine. 1 July 2011
Hundreds of Palestinians and international activists demonstrated in Bi'lin village (West Bank) in support of jailed hunger-striker Khader Adnan, who has been on hunger strike since December 18th to protest detention by Israel.