Dozens of residents and international peace activists held their weekly protest against the Annexation Wall and settlements in Nabi Saleh village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah. The protesters marched marking the Fitir Muslim feast while insisting that the real feast is liberation and independence.
They marched towards one of the entrances of the village that was sealed off by the Israeli since the beginning of the Al Aqsa Intifada in late September 2000, and also marched towards a military tower installed at the entrance of the village.
The protesters chanted against the occupation, the Wall, settlements and military roadblocks that hinder the freedom of movement of the residents.
The Popular Resistance Committee in the village issued a statement saluting the Palestinian detainees and their families, and the families of residents who were killed by the Israeli army and settlers.
The Committee called on all factions to unite and end all sorts of internal conflicts and divisions in order to stand united in supporting the popular resistance against the occupation, the Wall and settlements in occupied Palestine.