Articles tagged with: Jordan Valley

Direct Action »

2 Feb 2014
Palestinians Found Melih Al Ard, Al Awda Protest Camps Against Israeli Annexation in Jordan Valley

UPDATE: Israeli forces attempted to remove activists from Melih Al Ard last night, but were repulsed by the activists, according to Ma’an News.

On January 31, 2014, a group of over 300 Palestinians and their supporters reclaimed an ancient Canaanite village, Ein Hijleh, and renamed it “Melh Al Ard” or Salt of the Earth. These actions, coordinated with Popular Committees and activist groups from across the West Bank and ’48 territories, were founded as a protest against Israel’s ongoing confiscation and demolition of Palestinian homes and land in the Jordan Valley, and their position in the Kerry-led “negotiations” to retain the Jordan Valley in any future “peace agreement”. Today a second camp named “Al Awda” or “Return” was founded … Continue reading

Betlehem District »

1 Feb 2013
The Week in Pictures: January 21-27

Fantastic collection of pictures and events of the last week. Each link is for a series of pictures collected on a facebook page. PSP is not responsible for the content of that page.
Thanks to Richard Dufek

Israeli soldiers demolish Bab Al-Karamah village, Jan. 21, 2013:
Israeli soldiers demolish home, water well,Yatta, Jan. 21, 2013:
Protest in support of prisoners, Hebron, Jan. 21, 2013:
Protest in support of prisoners, Ramallah, Jan. 21, 2013:
Protest in support of prisoners, Gaza City, Jan. 21, 2013:
Life in the Gaza Strip, Jan. 21-24, 2013:

Protest in support of prisoners, Ramallah, Jan. 22, 2013:
Protest in support of prisoners, … Continue reading

Jordan Valley »

11 Jun 2011
2 Detained, Blindfolded by Israeli Military in Illegal Demolition Near Al Hadidya, Jordan Valley

At 3pm yesterday 2 army jeeps carrying 8 soldiers came to the home of the Oudeh family. They demanded that the family take down their tent house and their two animal shelters. The army did not present the family with a demolition order or any other documents requiring the family to leave their land.

The Oudeh family live near Al Hadidya, in the northern Jordan Valley. Al Hadidya is in the shadow of Roi’i settlement, and adjacent to an army training area. While the family is originally from Hebron, they have lived near Al Hadidya since before the Israeli … Continue reading