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In this Feb. 3, 2013 photo, Palestinian Adib Abu Rahmeh, activist and resident of the West Bank village of Bilin, sits in his taxi where he has pasted a photograph of himself during a court hearing in an Israeli military prison. Dozens of Bilin men and youths were detained and arrested over the past eight years, accused of throwing stones or organizing protests against Israel's separation barrier that has swallowed much of the village's farmland. An Oscar-nominated documentary “Five Broken Cameras” is the story of a yearslong struggle by residents of Bilin to wrest their village lands back from Israel’s military. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)

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In this Feb. 3, 2013 photo, Palestinian Adib Abu Rahmeh, activist and resident of the West Bank village of Bilin, sits in his taxi where he has pasted a photograph of himself during a court hearing in an Israeli military prison. Dozens of Bilin men and youths were detained and arrested over the past eight years, accused of throwing stones or organizing protests against Israel's  separation barrier that has swallowed much of the village's farmland. An Oscar-nominated documentary “Five Broken Cameras” is the story of a yearslong struggle by residents of Bilin to wrest their village lands back from Israel’s military. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)
In this Feb. 3, 2013 photo, Palestinian Adib Abu Rahmeh, activist and resident of the West Bank village of Bilin, sits in his taxi where he has pasted a photograph of himself during a court hearing in an Israeli military prison. Dozens of Bilin men and youths were detained and arrested over the past eight years, accused of throwing stones or organizing protests against Israel's separation barrier that has swallowed much of the village's farmland. An Oscar-nominated documentary “Five Broken Cameras” is the story of a yearslong struggle by residents of Bilin to wrest their village lands back from Israel’s military. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)
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