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PHOTOS | Israel releases activists Bassem Tamimi from Nabi Saleh – Feb. 10, 2013

Febr 10, 2013 Released prisoner Bassem Tamimi during his welcoming party in Nabi Saleh, after spending 3 months in Israeli jail, February 10, 2013. Bassem was arrested during a action calling for boycott of settlement products inside a Israel supper market located in the West Bank settlement of Geva Binyamin.   PHOTOS

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Amnesty urges Israel to free prisoner of conscience Bassem Tamimi | #NabiSaleh

Maan News Agency | Nov 28, 2012   BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Amnesty International on Wednesday urged Israel to release a non-violent demonstrator who was detained in mid-November in the occupied West Bank. The group expressed concern for Nabi Saleh’s Bassem Tamimi, “a prisoner of conscience, detained solely for the peaceful exercise of his right to […]

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Amnesty: Israel must release Bassem Tamimi

Maan News Agency | Nov 1, 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israeli authorities must end the harassment, intimidation and arbitrary detention of Palestinian activist Bassem Tamimi, Amnesty International said Thursday. Tamimi was detained on Oct. 24 during a protest at an Israeli supermarket in a Jewish settlement near Ramallah. The non-violence leader from Nabi Saleh — […]

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#PalHunger | The Release of Bassem Tamimi – Photography

ACTIONALERT & LIVE BLOG ▶ 3000 PALESTINIANS ON HUNGER STRIKE | #PalHunger ACTIONALERT & LIVE BLOG ▶ 3000 PALESTINIANS ON HUNGER STRIKE | #PalHunger Palestinian Prisoners Palestine’s Prisoners – Pictures Palestinian Prisoners Special Topic Palestinian Prisoners –Category The History of Israeli Torture – Topic Child Arrests – Topic All posts about Torture – Category Hana […]

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Amnesty Calls for Release of Nabi Saleh Activist Bassem Tamimi

WAFA NEWS MARCH 3 2012 LONDON, March 3, 2012 (WAFA) – The London-based Amnesty International (AI) Friday called for the immediate release of Basem Tamimi, a civic activist from the Ramallah area village of Nabi Saleh, arrested for his peaceful protest against Israeli takeover of village land for settlement expansion. Describing Tamimi as “Palestinian human […]

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Palestinian activist to judge: I do not recognize your rules

20 February 2012 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee | ISM Bassem Tamimi from Nabi Saleh testified yesterday as part of the defense’s case in the ongoing trial against him. Tamimi, suspected of protest related charges, was arrested on March last year, and remains in detention since. Bassem Tamimi photo: ActiveStills After 11 months in an […]

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To Mustafa’s Mothers ~ by Bassem Tamimi

Related: Israel killed Mustafa Tamimi – Overview | The Funeral – in pictures Dec 15, 2011 In the name of God the Merciful the Compassionate. O beautiful mothers who have waited for their sons to return, My beautiful sisters, which gave to the country what is most dear to the heart, O most beautiful women […]

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Main Witness to Testify Tomorrow in Trial of West Bank Protest Organizer, Bassem Tamimi

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category 23 October 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee | ISM Islam Dar Ayyoub, the 14 year-old who incriminated Tamimi after being unlawfully interrogated, will take the stand tomorrow at the Ofer Military Court. Tamimi has been incarcerated for seven months, in […]

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Trial of West Bank organizer, Bassem Tamimi, to resume Sunday

30 August 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee | International Solidaruty Movement After telling the judge that he does not recognize the legitimacy of the court and of military law during his arraignment on June 5th, Bassem Tamimi’s trial is expected to open this coming Sunday, when prosecution witnesses will take the stand for the first time. […]

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Action Alert: Demand the release of Nabi Saleh popular leaders

Posted on: June 24, 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Bassem Tamimi Non-violent protesters are rising up to challenge the Israeli occupation, from the chambers of Congress to the shores of the Mediterranean. And while other action have received global media coverage, a small West Bank village named Nabi Saleh has been struggling without the attention […]

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West Bank protest organizer, Bassem Tamimi, to Judge: “Your military laws are non-legit. Our peaceful protest is just”

06 June 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Bassem Tamimi Tamimi, who has been held in custody for over two months, pleaded not guilty to the charges against him and held a defiant speech explaining his motivation for organizing civil resistance to the Occupation. See his full statement below.After more than two months in custody, […]

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‘Our demonstrations are in protest of injustice’ West Bank protest leader tells an Israeli military court

  Monday, June 6 2011| Joseph Dana |  + 972 Magazine   Bassem Tamimi, the popular committee leader of Nabi Saleh, was arrested more than one month ago for his role in organizing unarmed demonstrations against Israeli occupation. His arrest was largely based on evidence illegally obtained from a number of Nabi Saleh youth including 14-year-old Islam Tamimi. Yesterday, […]

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UN Special Rapporteur on torture to give expert opinion on the arrest of minors in Israeli military court

10 May 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee The Special Rapporteur’s expert opinion will be filed to the Ofer Military Court by the defense next Monday in a pre-trial hearing in the case of 14 year-old Islam Dar Ayyoub who was taken from his bed at gun-point by Israeli soldiers in the middle of the […]

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Bassem Tamimi: “Our destiny is to resist”

2 May 2011  — Israeli Occupation Archive Bassem Tamimi at his court hearing in Ofer prison, 12 April 2011 (Photo: Oren Ziv/ActiveStills) Max Blumenthal interviews Bassem Tamimi The Electronic Intifada – 2 May 2011 http://electronicintifada.net/content/bassem-tamimi-our-destiny-resist/9894 When I met Bassem Tamimi at his home in the occupied West Bank village of Nabi Saleh this January, his […]

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