Sometime i'm afraid, sometime i hit
In February 2011, B'Tselem volunteers filmed Israeli soldiers coming to the homes of Arab residents, waking and photographing children. [B'Tselem report February 15, 2011 "Show of Force: Israeli Military Conduct in Weekly Demonstrations in a-Nabi Saleh"].
Below is a film of Palestinian children in Nabi Saleh talking about their own arrest and the effect of the night-time raids. Below that is a description from the Nabi Saleh solidarity page of what the struggle of this small village is all about.
Nabi Saleh, West Bank, 3.7.2015
Recently two prominent leaders of the village’s non-violent struggle, Naji Tamimi and Bassem Tamimi, were arrested for their role in the non-violent struggle. Today, they remain political prisoners in Israel’s jails, charged with “incitement” and organising “illegal” demonstrations.
Since the demonstrations began in December 2009, International peace activists and Israeli activists opposed to their government’s occupation and apartheid policies have joined in solidarity An Nabi Saleh’s non-violent demonstrations.
Our aim is to provide solidarity with people of An Nabi Saleh and their non-violent struggle against Israel’s ongoing occupation of the Palestinian people and the continued stealing of their land by the illegal Israeli colony of Halamish. Through this blog, we will provide english language updates, news and information on the village and their struggle, as well as action alerts on how you can stand in solidarity with An Nabi Saleh and the Palestinian people in their struggle for self-determination, freedom, justice and human rights.