Fearing the loathing of Settlers in Bi'lin

Fearing the loathing of Settlers in Bi'lin

Ramallah : Palestine | Mar 31, 2008 at 9:49 AM PDT
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Fearing the loathing of settlers in Bi'lin

At 10:00 p.m. last Sunday, in the middle of discussing whether Tel Aviv radical circles are a connecting point between current Western Anarchist thought and Third World liberation, ‘Yossi' - a radical Israeli activist called, suggesting I go with him to the Bil'in ‘outpost.' Unlike traditional understandings of outposts as land grabs by Jewish settlers, the Bil'in outpost is a Palestinian claim to land cut off by Israel's vaunted separation wall that sits on the edge of the expanding settlement of Modi'in Illit.

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Fearing the loathing of settlers in Bi'lin
Settlement security and their possy of local settlers check my passport and the activists ID's.
jesserosenfeld is based in Ramallah, Rām Allāh wal-Bīrah, Palestine, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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