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Demonstration against the Wall in Al Ma’sara, 12.03.2010

From a March 12 demonstration in Al Ma'sara

A Palestinian displays a sign “stop the killing” during a demonstration against the Wall in the West Bank village of Al Ma’sara on 12.03.2010. Protesters walked through the village on the rythm of the drums. They were blocked by barbwire put by Israeli soldiers on the main exit and entrance of the village. The demonstrators pulled the barbwire and levied it up, allowing some demonstrators to pass through it.

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JESSE BACON (Philadelphia) is a freelance activist and father. He has a Masters in teaching from Roosevelt University in Chicago. He is an observant progressive Jew, and is trying to be a good ally for Palestinians and all dispossessed peoples, while staying true to the best traditions in Judaism. He visited Israel and Palestine in 1996, 2001, and 2002. He served for three years on the local steering committee of Jewish Voice for Peace-Chicago, and one year on the board of Pursue the Peace in Seattle. Read his posts here.

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