Scores of Al Khader villagers, located near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, along with their international supporters conducted a nonviolent protest at a nearby Israeli settlers road on Friday midday. The protest began with Friday prayers, shortly after which the protesters marched towards a nearby military road block that separates the villagers from their lands. Israeli troops installed a blockade and did not allow protesters to move forward. The march ended there after local organizers delivered speeches calling for boycotting Israel, calling it an Apartheid regime, and encouraging the international community to put more pressure on Israel to stop the illegal wall in the West Bank. The protest was part of the ongoing campaign initiated earlier this week in commemoration of the 4 year anniversary of the International Court of Justice in The Hague deeming the wall to be illegal.