'In Budrus, no one will give us the rights – we have to struggle for them'
A new wave of arrests by IDF soldiers is scaring away young residents of Budrus, a village that has been waging a protest against the separation fence since 2003.
At night the young people of Budrus escape into the hills, and even during daytime the streets of the village look like a ghost town. At night the youths flee from the threatening wave of arrests by the Israel Defense Forces; by day, during the long broiling-hot hours of the Ramadan fast, they try to pass the time by sleeping at home.
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