Nestled on the peak of a mountain nearby the West Bank city of Nablus, the 1,100 residents of Iraq Burin have staged weekly unarmed protests since November 2009, as a response to land confiscation, agricultural destruction and violent attacks from Israeli settlers and soldiers.

The demonstrations came to a climax on 20 March 2010, when Israeli soldiers working with the settlers shot and killed two teenage boys from the local village, sending shock waves through the local community.

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