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‘I will not move. This is my car, this is my land.’ So — Israeli soldiers arrest man and take car

Nonviolent protest organizer Mohammad Khatib of occupied Bil'in was on his way to his olive groves Friday when Israeli soldiers stopped him. He lay in the road in front of his car refusing to move. Israeli soldiers arrested him and seized the car.
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