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* Άρθρο του συντρόφου Ilan Shalif, από την Ομάδα Anarchists Against The Wall (AATW – Αναρχικοί Ενάντια στο Τείχος) read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / news report Sunday February 05, 2006 18:39 by Ilan Shalif
When the "theme" of the last Friday demo in Bil'in turned to be the denouncing of the Danish media for its insulting of the prophet Mohamad, few questions are alerting. Till few weeks ago, each of the Friday joint demonstrations on going for the last 12 months was around a common subject against the separation fence and occupation. The creative materialization of the theme was usually done together by people of the Bil'in popular comity and Israeli activists. The most prominent expression of the joint struggle was one of the meeting in Bil'in between the local comity and activists of The Anarchists Against The Wall initiative, that was held about a month ago, in which were decided on the activities leading towards the hearing of the case of Bil'in in the Israeli Highest court of "justice" at the 1st of february. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / emperyalizm / savaş / opinion/analysis Friday February 03, 2006 19:34 by Ilan Shalif
İsrailli bir anarşist-komünist, kısaca Filistin Meclisi seçimlerinin sonuçlarını yorumluyor. Seçimleri eski iktidar partisi El Fetih, “Değişim ve Reform” adı altında katılan şeriatçı Hamas lehine kaybetmişti. read full story / add a comment
Ballot paper
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / feature Friday February 03, 2006 18:35 by Ilan Shalif   text 13 comments (last - saturday march 18, 2006 02:16)   image 1 image
An Israeli anarchist communist briefly examines the results of the elections to the Palestinian parliament which saw the defeat of the previous majority party, Fatah, in favour of the fundamentalist Hamas, running under the name of "Change and Reform". read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialismo / guerra / opinião / análise Friday February 03, 2006 01:41 by Ilan Shalif
Um comunista anarquista de Israel faz uma breve análise das eleições para o parlamento palestiniano que resultaram na derrota do partido antes maioritário (a Fatah) tendo vencido o fundamentalista Hamas, que concorreu sob o lema de "Mudança e Reforma". read full story / add a comment
mashrek / arabia / irak / imperialismo / guerra / opinione / analisi Thursday February 02, 2006 21:44 by Ilan Shalif   text 4 comments (last - friday february 17, 2006 19:03)
Un comunista anarchico israeliano analizza brevemente i risultati delle elezioni al parlamento palestinese che hanno visto la sconfitta di al-Fatah a favore dei fondamentalisti di Hamas, che ha preso parte alle elezioni sotto il nome di "Cambio e Riforma". read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / news report Saturday December 31, 2005 18:34 by Ilan Shalif
In the last Friday too the activists of the Anarchists Against The Wall initiative and the people who join us split forces. The main locations were as usual the last Fridays, Abud (near the village Rantis) and Bil'in (near Modi'in Elit settlers town. The activity in Bil'in was centered - like the last 10 days, around the new structure of the Bil'in center for joint struggle for peace, located few hundreds meter on the west side of the fence which separate the Bil'in village (on the East side of the fence from most of its olive orchards - gradually uprooted to make place for the Israeli orthodox settlement town. The struggle took a strange and unexpected turn when at Sunday night of the second coming of the center, while it was raining and the Israeli state forces were not wise to it, the activists there built a 3X5 meter structure. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / news report Saturday December 24, 2005 16:56 by Ilan Shalif
The outpost which was built on the lands of Bil'in on the west side of the separation fence - adjacent to the illegal building site of the settlement town Modi'in Elit, on the robbed lands of Bil'in, existed a day and a half. The outpost that was named "Bil'in center for the joint struggle for peace" got lot of Israeli and international media cover. During its short time existence till it was destroyed, it was held mainly by activists of Bil'in and Israelis of the Anarchists Against The Wall initiative. A nice surprise was the friendly visit of 5 orthodox Jews from the already inhabited area of the settlement.
Thursday evening, the armed forces of Israel brought to the outpost about 150 police, soldiers, and fire brigade personnel. They force entered the big metal container used as the out post center, and after detaining the people confiscated it and took it away. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / news report Saturday December 17, 2005 05:48 by Ilan Shalif
The armed forces of the state of Israel tried on Thursday evening to prevent the meeting of the Anarchists Against The Wall activists with the village activists of the comity for nonviolent struggle against the separation fence... but in vain. All that they achieved was to cause some of us to use round about roads, and to detain two young teenagers for 3 hours and causing them to arrive only the next day.
In the meeting - like others we do from time to time, we discussed the joint struggle against the separation fence in Bil'in which serves as means to rob lands for the building of the settler town of Modi'in Elit, as part of the general struggle against the separation fence and occupation. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / news report Saturday December 10, 2005 03:47 by Ilan Shalif   text 1 comment (last - saturday december 10, 2005 16:58)
The two themes of this Friday demonstration were the planting of olive trees saplings to replace the olive trees robed by the companies building the big Modi'in Elit settlement on the lands of Bil'in, and the call for the release of the two peace activists kidnapped in Iraq who were previously active in our region against the separation fence.

As usual, the demonstration started at noon with a march from the center of the village towards the route of the separation fence in building. Participated in it about 100 people. About 50 activists of the Bil'in village, about ten people from other villages and students of the Bir-Zeit university, about twenty international activists, and 30 Israelis from the Anarchists Against The Wall initiative and others (other activists of our initiative and some internationals participated in a parallel demonstration against the separation fence together with 150 villagers of the Al-Jib village). read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / news report Saturday December 03, 2005 05:22 by Ilan Shalif
As usual in Bil'in for the last 10 months and Abud the last weeks, we did the parallel Friday demonstrations against the separation fence used to rob the lands of the villages and against the occupation. As usual, the efforts of the Israeli army to prevent the arrival of Israeli activists - whose participation prevent the army from using harsher measures to harass the participants and suppress the demonstrations, failed... they only succeeded to delay the arrival of ten activists from Jerusalem so they missed the first few minutes of the demonstration in Bil'in.

The theme of this Friday demonstration in Bil'in was the colonialist settlements built on the lands of Bil'in and neighboring villages' At the head of the demonstration we carried models with the names of these settlement and aseptically a big on with the name of the settler city Modi'in Elite. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / news report Saturday November 26, 2005 17:24 by Ilan Shalif
This Friday demonstration in Bil'in was marking the 29-11-1947 the United Nation decision to partition the British mandate of Palestine into two states - one for the Palestinians and one for the Jews... This decision supplied Israel state that was built at 15-5-1948 the "justification" and the formal "legality". This decision enabled the the Zionist establishment to build the Israeli state, annex half of the area allocated to the Palestinian state (by secret agreement with the Jordanian rulers who were still under the British hegemony, who got the other half of the area allocated to the Palestinian state) and to expel/transfer hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their land. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / opinion / analysis Tuesday October 25, 2005 20:46 by Ilan Shalif
Two States, of whatever type, will not resolve 100 years of Zionist atrocities against the Palestinians - even a solution that does not include the continued dominance of the Israeli State over a Palestinian State... read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / interview Thursday August 25, 2005 23:07 by Ilan Shalif   text 1 comment (last - saturday august 27, 2005 02:31)
In recent months Israeli opposition to the settler projects in Palestine has started to break into the mainstream media even if 'Anarchists against the Wall' are seldom mentioned by name. This interview from 2000 looks at the roots of this opposition. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / opinion / analysis Wednesday August 24, 2005 19:40 by Ilan Shalif   text 2 comments (last - wednesday august 24, 2005 21:39)
An Israeli anarchist looks at the growing opposition to the occupation and why it has developed. Includes the statement The occupation continues, the occupation will continue, is there any solution read full story / add a comment
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