RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Residents of Bil’in town have created a large rose garden using Israeli tear gas shells for planting seedlings. The tear gas bombs were fired by Israeli soldiers along the past years during protests against the Apartheid Wall.
The garden was made in the same place where the martyr Bassem Abu Rahma was killed after being shot by a tear gas canister at short range in 2010.
Bassem’s mother told the PIC reporter that she has sued the occupation for killing her son however the case was closed, stressing that her son was martyred while defending Palestine and Jerusalem.
The people of the town said that they decided to create this garden to send message to the world that the Palestinian people have hope despite the wounds.
Meanwhile, the popular resistance in Bil’in has organized on Wednesday its annual conference for popular…
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