12/12/14: SFP pay their respects to the family of Zaid Abu Ein

On Friday 12 December activists from SFP visited the family of the martyr Zaid Abu Ein in Ramallah. Abu Ein was murdered on Wednesday 10 December by an Israeli soldier during an action by Palestinians to plant olive trees in the village of Turmusayya.

Activists paid their respects to his family and promised to uphold the values of freedom and solidarity Abu Ein embodied. Later that day activists planting olive trees in his name in the village of Qaryot.

SFP is continuing to support villages across the West Bank area of Palestine plant their land with olive trees and Zatara (a Palestinian herb) to reclaim their stolen land from the Occupation. To help us help more villages please donate to our campaign to buy more trees and herbs. Also, if you would like to make a donation as a Christmas present then if you email us the name of the recipient we will send you a gift certificate to let your loved one know you brought olive trees for Palestine for them for Christmas.

To find out how to donate and about our campaign please click here.

اليوم الجمعه -12-12 -2014

نشطاء المقاومه الشعبيه  يقدمون العزاء لعائله الشهيد زياد ابو عين .

توجه نشطاء المقاومه الشعبيه من حركه تضامن من اجل فلسطين حرهSFP الى رام الله للمشاركه في عزاء الشهيد زياد ابو عين . وقد استقبلت عائلة  الشهيد نشطاء المقاومه الشعبيه ,الذين اكدوا على الاستمرار على درب الشهيد زياد ابو عين  حتى طرد الاحتلال والمستوطنين واقامه الدوله الفلسطينيه

SFP paying their respects to Abu Ein’s family


SFP outside the mourning hall for Abu Ein


SFP paying their respects to the family of Abu Ein


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