Yanun

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reviewing plans to revive a dormant firing range, 904A, in the area, and began forbidding Palestinians from using the area, though the ban does not apply to settlers of the Giva 777 outpost of Itamar, which is on private Palestinian land. Over the summer, Rahed Fahmi, the head of the Yanun council, together with Rabbis for Human Rights and an Israeli-Palestinian association ''Lohamin Leshalom'' (Fighting for Peace) have been involved in an intense campaign to convince Israeli authorities of the right


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by soldiers who intervened. A fifth, Jawdat Ibrahim, was reportedly beaten, wounded, bound and left in a field, where he was found the following day. 'Settler attack on Yanoun leaves 5 injured.', EAPPI 9.July, 2012. According to an IDF source, the Israeli army intervened in a stone-throwing fray between settlers


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(publisher) R. Bentley and Son year 1881 * *


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, 1st Earl Kitchener year 1882 url http: www.archive.org details surveyofwesternp02conduoft title The Survey of Western Palestine: Memoirs of the Topography, Orography, Hydrography, and Archaeology location London publisher Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund (Palestine Exploration Fund) volume 2 *


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Hope'', pp.107-113. According to Shulman, one of the settler rabbis had declared that Jews had the right to steal olives from the Palestinians, since the land (Promised Land) belonged to the former. Rabbi Froman, armed with a heavy pile of books, including the Gemara and Shulchan Aruch, turned up to show that these texts actually forbid stealing olives from non-Jews. David Shulman, ''Dark Hope,'' p.109. Incidents Early in 2012, the IDF began


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and the International Solidarity Movement, who came and held a round-the-clock presence there for two weeks when the villagers started moving out in response to harassment. Tanya Reinhart, ''The Road Map to Nowhere: Israel Palestine Since 2003,'' Verso (Verso Books), 2006 p.176 S. Yizhar, ''Khirbet Khizeh,'' tr. Nicholas Robert, Michael De Lange, Yaacob Dweck. Ibis Editions, 2008, Afterword pp.127-128. The presence of foreign volunteers

population of a village has fled to escape settler violence and intimidation. As a result, volunteers from the Israeli-Palestinian organization Ta'ayush, Israeli volunteers, and foreign volunteers from the International Solidarity Movement went to the area intending to stay a couple of weeks to give the villagers some "protection" and to encourage their return to Yanun. * Encouraged, some families did decide to return. However, the presence of volunteers did not deter some settlers

; Amiel Vardi, professor of classics at Hebrew University, was also shot there by a settler whom he subsequently identified and took to court. The case was dismissed. David Shulman, ''Dark Hope,'' pp.78, 107-108, 181-2. Since 2003, EAPPI (Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel) has maintained a round-the-clock protective presence in Yanoun, reporting on human rights violations. On October 30, 2002


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, 2005 p.132 2002 temporary exodus Assaults and shootings by settlers at Palestinian farmers and foreign volunteers at olive harvest time took place in 2002. David Dean Shulman, ''Dark Hope,'' University of Chicago Press, 2007 pp.8, 107-108,181-2. A Council spokesman for the Israeli settlement of Itamar, in response to queries about the incidents, replied that he was unaware of claims of harassment and that settlers were trying to keep

; Amiel Vardi, professor of classics at Hebrew University, was also shot there by a settler whom he subsequently identified and took to court. The case was dismissed. David Shulman, ''Dark Hope,'' pp.78, 107-108, 181-2. Since 2003, EAPPI (Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel) has maintained a round-the-clock protective presence in Yanoun, reporting on human rights violations. On October 30, 2002

, together with David Shulman, a group that included the distinguished Israeli writers Amos Oz, Meir Shalev, A. B. Yehoshua, David Grossman, the daughter of Haim Gouri, with Rabbi Menachem Froman, co-founder of Gush Emunim and a settler in Tekoa (Tekoa, Gush Etzion), Ian Buruma and an assortment of Israeli television camera crews and journalists visited Yanun to assist the returned villagers with their harvest and ward off settlers. David Shulman, ''Dark


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s'ha convertit en l'exemple més visible de la política de desestructuració econòmica i d'assetjament com a mecanismes de neteja ètnica.' Environment Yanun has been described as an 'idyllic village', if one discards its recent troubles. Sarah Irving, ''Palestine'', Bradt Travel Guides, 2012 p.229: 'If it weren't for the threats posed to it by Itamar, Yanoun would seem an idyllic village.' Driving in from Aqraba, fine views of hillocks full of olive


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in 1852. He wrote that the village was mostly in ruins and only a few houses were inhabited. In the 19th century, Yanun was settled by some 50 Bushnaks (Bosniaks), Muslims from Bosnia, after their country was ceded to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Austria-Hungary) by the Congress of Berlin. The sultan Abdul Hamid (Abdul Hamid II) gave the immigrants a significant part of the village. According to Haaretz


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s'ha convertit en l'exemple més visible de la política de desestructuració econòmica i d'assetjament com a mecanismes de neteja ètnica.' Environment Yanun has been described as an 'idyllic village', if one discards its recent troubles. Sarah Irving, ''Palestine'', Bradt Travel Guides, 2012 p.229: 'If it weren't for the threats posed to it by Itamar, Yanoun would seem an idyllic village.' Driving in from Aqraba, fine views of hillocks full of olive

Yanun

'''Yanun''' ( southeast of Nablus, and 3 miles north of Aqraba. It lies within Area C (West Bank#Administration), under total Israeli control, of the West Bank. It is divided into two sites, upper and lower Yanun. Upper or northern Yanin is considered illegal by the Israeli authorities, and development is prohibited there. ''Settlers Force Desertion of Yanun Village,'', Settlement Report Vol. 12 No. 6 November–December 2002, Foundation for Middle East Peace According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS), the village had a population of 102 in 2007. This was a decrease from 2004 when the PCBS recorded that Yanun had 145 inhabitants. Projected Mid -Year Population for Nablus Governorate by Locality 2004- 2006 Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics The residents of the village have to travel to Beit Furik for primary health care. West Bank Healthcare

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