This is good stuff. Thanks to NATA-NY for digging this article up.
Established in 2003, the anarchists are young Israelis, mostly in their 20s, who work closely with the Palestinian popular village committees to resist Israel’s occupation. They have no official leaders, no office and no paid staff, and yet they have managed to accomplish more than many well-oiled non-governmental organizations and social movements. They are perhaps best known for their efforts in the small village of Bil’in, where for more than two years weekly demonstrations have been staged against the wall that Israel is building on Palestinian land.