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Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign Sawahreh Sept 20 The popular committees and the popular resistance networks invite all those that are fighting oppression, discrimination, racism and colonisation across the globe to join us in the ‘United in Struggle’ from 24-26 October in Palestine to build a united front against racism, repression, colonialism, exclusion and exploitation. Let’s join hands in a common struggle for justice and freedom. 


          United in Struggle “Popular Resistance’’ 24-26/10/2019


Occupied Palestine, September 2019 

For generations, Palestinians have been living under – and struggling against - Israel’s regime of colonialism, apartheid and occupation. Israel employs an intricate system of racist policies and practices to entrench its colonial occupation aimed at the ethnic cleansing of our people from our land. As Palestinians, we are facing daily violations of our human rights and international law, including the ongoing construction of illegal colonies and Walls destroying our land, uprooting ancient olive trees and barring us access to our fields. 

The far-right Trump administration has reinforced US support for Israel, the illegal occupant, including through the so-called ‘deal of the century’, and fully backs Israel’s plan to encage us in Gaza and the West Bank into isolated, walled-off ghettos on not more than 13% of our original homeland and annex all remaining land, while the majority of us remain refugees that are denied their right of return. In front of this concerted attack on our people, the international official community remains complacent at best, if not in active complicity with Israeli violations. 

Palestinian grassroots popular resistance committees, networks and individuals have decided to come together at this crucial time to unite the popular struggle through organising a national and international conference under the title ‘United in Struggle’ that aims to develop a unified strategy to mobilise the Palestinian people and to bring together the struggle of the old and the young, the workers and the farmers, women, campaigns for boycotts and for steadfastness. We want to contribute to the overdue unity of our people as such; Palestinians in the West Bank, including Jerusalem, Gaza Strip, Palestinians inside the Green Line and those in the diaspora. 

Today, we are not only living a dangerous moment in history for the Palestinian people but for humanity. Our resistance is part of a larger need to unite the people struggling for justice globally. We intend to strengthen coordination and networking with international solidarity and social justice movements and foster transnational actions. Against Israeli apartheid and the globally rising tide of far-right regimes, we can only succeed if we stand together. 

Therefore, the popular committees and the popular resistance networks invite all those that are fighting oppression, discrimination, racism and colonisation across the globe to join us in the ‘United in Struggle’ from 24-26 October in Palestine to build a united front against racism, repression, colonialism, exclusion and exploitation. Let’s join hands in a common struggle for justice and freedom. 


Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign Sawahreh Sept 20 A few days ago, settlers have started the attempt to establish a new settlement outpost in East Sawahreh. This Friday the popular mobilization took the first steps to stop Israel’s effort to steal and colonize even more Palestinian land.

Despite the closure of the entire area and road blocks set up by the occupation forces, the people of Sawahra (East Jerusalem), representatives of organizations and movements promoting the popular struggle in the area, including Stop the Wall, as well as Palestinian officials and national personalities have gathered to oppose the construction of the new outpost on the village land.

They held the Friday prayers together and set up a permanent protest tent as a center for popular action against the outpost. After the prayers, people marched towards the outpost and, resisting tear gas and despite a number of protesters were wounded by Israeli military stationed to defend the outpost, they continued advancing as close as possible towards the outpost.

Last year, Stop the Wall and other movements of the popular struggle were able to prevent the establishment of five outposts throughout the West Bank. Continued protests have eventually failed these colonial attempts of land grab. People are determined to ensure that even this time the outpost will be dismantled before it is even finished. They pledged to continue coordinated mobilization at official and popular level and to organize protests until the outpost disappears.

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign From Palestine to Mexico Be part of a World without Walls:&nbs pBuild ties among movements struggling against physical walls – in Palestine and around the globe - or virtual walls of injustice - including racism, xenophobia, islamophobia, hetero-patriarchy, militarization, climate injustice and more - in your area, your country and invite for a moment of reflection or joint struggle.


Build Resistance not Walls! You can:
  • organize discussions or film screenings
  • organize exhibits or street actions
  • plan a program in your community media (radio, video or written)
  • strengthen your existing intersectional campaigns to build bridges between the struggles
  • show solidarity with other struggles!

Please let us know what you are planning and register your event here: 2 years ago Palestinian and Mexican movements have launched the call for November 9 - Global Day of InterAction for a World without Walls – a call today endorsed by over 400 organizations, networks and movements across the globe.

This year, November 9 marks 30 years from the fall of the Berlin Wall and 3 years since Donald Trump was elected following a campaign promise to build a ‘big, beautiful wall’.

It is now 15 years since the International Court of Justice declared Israel’s apartheid wall on Palestinian land and any aid or recognition to it illegal. Yet, the Wall encaging Palestinian communities is growing and globally walls have become the sign of our times.

It is urgent we continue to join, mobilize and stand together for a World without Walls.

The ever increasing number of walls ripping today physically through the landscapes and within cities are the visual expression of the far-right policies and paradigms of segregation, oppression, exclusion and exploitation that are gaining power from India to the US, from Hungary to Brazil. Israeli apartheid is the ideological model for the rising right, which in turn sustains Israeli occupation through growing military and trade ties.

It is time to unite our struggles for a World without Walls and against a world where rights, life and dignity are granted only to a few, where people and the planet are mere objects of power and domination.

Let’s build November 9 as a space for joint struggle, a moment of reflection on the interconnections between our struggles and the patterns of injustice.

Let’s show that Palestine is not alone in its struggle. Palestine is an integral part of our common struggle for humanity.

For more information, please contact:

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign Wadi Maleh On Wednesday, August 28, in Wadi Maleh in the Jordan Valley has started the construction of a kindergarden in order to support the determination of the people to stay on their land, despite ongoing demolitions, land theft and the isolation imposed on them by the Tayasir military checkpoint.

The area in the northern Jordan Valley is under constant attack by the Israeli military in order to ethnically cleanse it, accelerate the colonization by illegal settlers and, finally, to annex the Jordan Valley by force.

The steadfastness of the people in the face of daily aggressions and disposession is a fundamental part of the Palestinian resistance. The families holding on to their land are the true guardians of the Palestinian cause.

The Stop the Wall Campaign, together with the popular committees in the Jordan Valley and the Toubas area have therefore organized the collective construction of a kindergarden to support the families and to claim our right to a free and dignified life on our land. The children in Wadi Maleh have the right to play and and their parents have the right to basic services such as schools and health centers.

The kindergarden will give the children in the area a space for recreation, in a context where movement from their village is made difficult and dangerous through the checkpoints isolating the area.

This project is part of our ongoing campaign to build models of resistance to Israel's project of displacement and support the steadfastness of the people.


Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign Kufr Malek Last Friday, in Kufr Malek a mass demonstration has protested the establishment of a new settlement outpost on the village lands. The mobilization comes after last year four settler outposts were stopped by popular resistance. One settlement at a time, we are challenging Israel's settlement project and apartheid regime.

A large coalition of popular committees, political parties and Muslim as well as Christian religious authorities had called to start the mass protests to stop the new settler outpost. Hundreds of people came together to fill the streets and fields.

Last week, settlers had set up a caravan - normally the first step in the construction of a settlement - on the lands of Kufr Malek, in the vicinity of an important well fo the village. This way the settlement would steal not only land but as well the vital water resources.

Israeli military has brutally dispersed the people shooting tear gas andflash granades indiscriminately at the people and in the surrounding lands, setting the nearby hills on fire.

Kurf Malek, is a small Palestinian village in the Ramallah district. Settler attacks on the village have noticeably increased since March 2017, when residents of al-Mughayyir began weekly peaceful marches against new homes for Israeli settlers being built on their lands. Israeli forces have responded violently to the demonstrations, including with live ammunition.

In January, a large group of armed Israeli settlers descended on the village and opened fire indiscriminately on the Palestinian residents, killing Hamdi Naasan, a 38-year-old father of four, with a bullet to his back. Thirty others were wounded.

The grassroots struggle against new settlement outposts has shown last year how successful it can be - and that it can make a difference where the international community has failed for decades. After an audacious action by Stop the Wall in June last year in Al Aqaba (Toubas area) was successful, other movements joined us for further action and we were able to prevent the establishment of settlement outposts as well in Jibiya, Bethlehem and Burin.

Palestinian movements are set to continue on this path and stop the Israeli settlement expansion with their own grassroots struggle.

One settlement at a time, we are challenging Israel's settlement project and apartheid regime.

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign AlAqsa Eidh 2019 Today, Eid al Adhar, the most important holiday in the Muslim calendar, Israel attempted a take over of the Al Aqsa mosque in its ongoing policy to Judaize Jerusalem. Yet, tens of thousands of Palestinians gathered for prayers at the Mosque defended their holy places, rights and dignity.

Almost one hundred thousand Palestinians had gathered in the Al Aqsa Mosque compound since yesterday night to hold their ritual vigil and morning prayers in the mosque.

As since early morning rumours circulated that Israel is planning to invade the compound with thousands of settlers, the morning prayers were postponed for an hour to ensure the rituals could proceed in calmth.

Even after the prayers, the Palestinian worshippers did not leave the area and stayed on to defend the holy place from being occupied by the Israeli military.

At around 10 am, Israel sent hundreds of soldiers into the compound, launching tear gas even inside the buildings of the mosque and injuring at leat 14 people. Palestinians resisted the attack and defended the Al Aqsa until the late afternoon. At the entrance to the Old City in Damascus Gate, Israeli soldiers attacked Palestinian residents and worshippers as well.

The invasion of the Al Aqsa Mosque by the settlers was essentially thwarted, with only a small number being able to enter the compound for a short time, heavily escorted by Israeli special forces.

Jamal Juma’ from the Stop the Wall Campaign comments: 

“Today was significant for Israel. It was a test, gone wrong. If in a day such as Eid al Adhar Israel was able to invade the Al Aqsa Mosque and divide the mosque, this would have encouraged the permanent take over of the compound. But the Palestinian reaction was unexpected for Israel: the strong resistance by the worshippers and Palestinians has made it clear that Jerusalem and the Al Aqsa Mosque are a red line and, despite all, the efforts to weaken and demoralize Palestinian steadfastness have failed. Our struggle for justice, freedom and equality continues.”

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign BDS ramallah protest aug 2019 The Palestinian BDS movement staged a peaceful demonstration at the Ofar trading checkpoint in Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine was conducted on August 5th, 2019. The purpose was to boycott the cheap Israeli goods being flooded into the Palestinian economy while Israel imposes high tariffs on Palestinian goods, if they allow the goods to cross the checkpoints within the occupied West Bank, so that they can be exported or even transported from one city to the other, to begin with. These illegal actions are purposefully damaging to the Palestinian economy, and are an example of neo-colonial economic strategy. 

Such policies make it difficult for Palestinians to sell and export their own goods, and allow the domestic economy to be flooded by cheap Israeli goods. All of us Palestinians feel the effects as the local economy is damaged with specific focus on the industries of production and transportation, which in turn limits job opportunities.The results lead to passive ethnic cleansing through the devaluation of Palestinian goods and the prevention of goods export. 

At the same time, Israel uses the Palestinian captive market to fuel its own economy and offset the costs of the occupation.

The demonstration took place at a checkpoint outside of Ramallah that controls Palestinian movement and transportation in and out of the city.  The checkpoint is located on Palestinian soil miles away from the Green Line, that delimits the occupied West Bank. 

As part of the Israel’s occupation policies, heavily armed soldiers check and control the daily lives of our  people.  The peaceful demonstrators felt the harsh reality of the occupation as they were met with tear gas and the threatening sight of assault rifles and armored military vehicles, which dispersed the crowd. The protestors stood strong for some time, even standing before a semi truck carrying the unwanted goods.  They stopped the truck in its tracks up until the point that shots could be heard and a cloud of noxious gas began rising around the protestors.  No one was seriously injured but many were hurt and some of the older protestors had to be cared for as the gas incapacitated them for a time.

As long as the Israeli occupation denies us political, economic, and religious freedoms, our human rights, including the right to self-determination, we will continue our struggle for freedom, justice and equality. It is today more urgent than ever for people around the world to stand together with us to end Israel’s regime of oppression against our people, including its neocolonial policies of dispossession and impoverishment, from which not only Israel but business around the world profits. 

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign Wadi Hummus prayer Aug 2 The second Friday in a row, people gathered in protest on the rubbles of the buildings that until two weeks ago were the homes of hundreds of Palestinian families that are to be ethnically cleansed by Israel. Across Israel's apartheid Wall more activists gathered to show unity and support for the steadfastness of the residents. Wadi Hummus will survive!

This Friday, once again some 500 Palestinians gathered among the rubbles of the homes that Israel tore down in its attempt to expel Palestinians from Jerusalem. 

They held the Friday prayers despite dozens of Israeli soldiers in full armour intimidating them. The Stop the Wall campaign joined the gathering with a small delegation to show solidarity. Many other organizations and groups did the same.

With a strong media presence documenting the event, Israeli military did not dare to disrupt the prayers.

Earlier in the morning they did, however, destroy the tent of steadfastness that the committee of the residents of Wadi Hummus has set up to guarantee an ongoing presence in the area. But by midday, the residents had already rebuilt and restored the solidarity tent.

At the other side of the Wall - the 'security' of which the homes in Wadi Hummus had according to Israeli authorities threatened - Stop the Wall had organized together with other popular committees a solidarity prayer. Yet, before the people could start the oration, Israeli soldiers started already throwing tear gas and attacking the people that had gathered.

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign Wadi Hummus Wadi Hummus, the neighbourhood in Sur Baher, between Jerusalem and Behlehem, today is full of rubble. Israeli military invaded the area on Monday and destroyed with bulldozers and explosives in only few hours the homes of almost a thousand of Palestinians. Israel hopes that the Palestinians living there will move on, disappear among the over six million Palestinian refugees that Israel’s ongoing ethnic cleansing policies have already caused. It assumes we and the people around the world will forget. Beyond the human suffering of the people in Wadi Hummus, the political callousness of Israel’s apartheid regime and the outrage that should take hold of each of us, in order to build an effective reaction to what happened we have to analyse the context and significance of the large scale demolitions in Sur Baher.

What happened in Wadi Hummus yesterday was probably unprecedented in its scale since the mass destruction of Palestinian homes and villages during the occupation of the West Bank in 1967 and resembled in its images the bombings of Palestinian homes in Gaza.

Yet, Israel’s systematic and criminal home demolitions and destruction of entire communities are a standing policy. In Khan al Ahmar, Israel failed last year to demolish the community. What stopped the destruction then was the massive mobilization on the ground and heavy lobbying at international level. Finally came the warning by Fatou Bensouda, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, that the demolition and forced transfer of population of Khan al Ahmar constitutes a war crime and she will not hesitate to ‘take appropriate action’. 

This time Israel acted to avoid such efforts, applying the Shock and Awe Doctrine on unarmed residents being torn from their homes.

Wadi Hummus for Israel is to serve as a model for many more homes, communities and lives at risk. In the area are another 100 buildings at risk with 224 more homes. In East Jerusalem alone, Israel keeps at least a third of all Palestinian homes under threat of demolition, potentially placing over 100,000 residents at risk of displacement.

This is a massive plan of forced displacement that continues our Nakba, the catastrophe of ethnic cleansing that started with the establishment in 1948 of Israel’s apartheid regime on our lands. Palestinian residents in Jerusalem are particularly targeted, including through exorbitant taxes, fines, removal of residency rights and daily repression and arrests. With the full support of the US administration, Israel attempts to create by force a ‘Jewish Jerusalem’, annexed and cleansed from the Palestinian indigenous population.

More displacement is needed in the West Bank in order to finalize the ghettos carves out for Palestinians by the apartheid Wall. 46 Bedouin communities with some 7,000 inhabitants, some 60% of them children, in Area C in the central West Bank are under risk of forcible transfer. Many communities in the Jordan Valley are in similar conditions.

The demolitions in Wadi Hummus have not only displaced people but bulldozed international law and international resolutions.

Though Wadi Hummus is since a decade isolated from the rest of the West Bank and encircled on the Jerusalem side of the Wall, the area where the homes have stood until yesterday has been classified under the Oslo Agreements as Area A and B – areas where the Palestinian Authority, not Israel, is responsible over building permits and planning. Yet, within the logic of the ‘Deal of the Century’ and the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, under which might is supposed to be right, Israel has once again defined its own rules according to its ever expansionist desires. Territorial sovereignty is where Israel wants it.

Exactly 15 years after the International Court of Justice has declared the Wall and its associated regime illegal, the demolitions in Wadi Hummus show a brazen contempt for its verdict and the international consensus around it. They have underlined the perverse logic of the Israeli ‘justice’ system. 

The demolitions have been carried out officially under the military order of 2011, which has instituted a 100-300 meter buffer zone along the Wall. The homes have been declared a ‘security threat’ to the Wall. With its verdict of June 11 that gave the go ahead for the destructions, the Israeli High Court validated a policy whereby Israeli forces can carry out a war crime – the forced displacement of people in occupied territory and wanton destruction of property – in order to ‘secure’ an illegal construction – Israel’s apartheid Wall – that aims to protect a third level of illegality: Israel’s policy of territorial annexation by force and its apartheid regime.

Bringing inhumane and illegal acts to a new level is not only a necessity within Israel’s strategy to shape a political landscape of an ethnically cleansed Jerusalem and a defined ghetto system for Palestinians. It is a message within the ongoing electoral campaign in Israel. Acting prime minister Benyamin Netanyahu with this act intents to market himself. Nothing works as a better electoral campaign spot than to be able to prove the capacity to commit unprecedented crimes against the Palestinian people and get away with it.

We are in times of resistance and the demolitions are becoming a crucial part of the Israeli policy and our resistance strategy.

Our demands are clear: The people of Wadi Hummus have to be able to go back, be compensated for the damages and rebuild their homes. This is the only way to stop further Shock and Awe demolitions.

As Palestinians we need to be present on the ground with protests. We need to unite all our grassroots struggle to stand with the people at risk and affected by demolitions. We need to unite beyond the dividing lines of the Green Line. More than that, we need to step up pressure on the Palestinian Authority (PA) to take appropriate action. The call on the International Criminal Court is good; stopping all ties with Israel, starting from the infamous ‘security coordination’ that still links the PA to Israel would be much better. We have nothing to lose. The PA has never been and will never be more than a symbolic entity with no power, which perpetuates a chimera of a two-state solution, while Israel’s apartheid regime and occupation continue to prosper.

In their statement, the UN officials in Palestine declared: “Had there been concrete action to ensure respect for these principles, and for international humanitarian and human rights law, generally, the people of Sur Bahir would not be experiencing the trauma they are today, and violations of their rights.”

Undoubtedly. The point is that the UN as such and its member states have continued to fail international law and the rights of the Palestinian people since the UN’s very existence. How are we then to guarantee such respect?

It will have to be the people to come to the forefront and pressure their governments and defund the corporations that enable and profit from these crimes.

Not only Israel but the international community and international corporations violate their obligations in allowing Israeli crimes against our people and violations of human rights. They, too, have to be held accountable and shoulder their responsibility in the damage they have brought upon us.

Strengthening the global movement for Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions, targeting Israel and all those complicit in its crimes, is today more urgent than ever.

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign July 9 2019 The last 15 years have proven that only when we as people hold accountable those that decide about and profit from the crimes against us human rights gain value. They have furthermore shown that together we are strong enough to withhold the hardest times. Today is the moment to intensify our efforts, to demand the implementation of the ICJ decision as a fundamental step towards a World without Walls and respect for human rights for all! READ THE FULL STOPTHEWALL STATEMENT HERE.   Against a World of Walls and Lawlessness – Together we resist!

July 9 2004 – exactly 15 years ago - the International Court of Justice (ICJ) released its verdict on the legal consequences of the Wall Israel had started building on our land it holds occupied. The decision was clear: The Wall is illegal, Israel has to dismantle the Wall, pay reparations and the international community has the duty not to recognize, aid or assist Israel’s violations of international law and to take appropriate action to stop them.

Our immediate response was not less clear: “This opinion will only mark an important event in the struggle against the Apartheid Wall and for Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law, if the UN, world governments and the international community demand the implementation of the opinion and act to sanction Israeli Apartheid for its crimes against the Palestinian people.”

On July 9 2005, one year later, in response to the continued failure of the UN and states to act in order to uphold Palestinian rights and to stop Israel’s enduring regime of apartheid, colonialism and occupation, Palestinian civil society united in the call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions.

In occasion of the 10th anniversary of the ICJ decision regarding the Wall, 92 leading legal experts and international legal networks signed a Joint Letter ‘Time to Act’ in which they detailed the legal duties of states and warned that “The failure of the United Nations and individual Member States to uphold their binding obligations to uphold international law and world order in this case undermines the international system and faith in international law.”

Today, 15 years later, the Wall in the West Bank is continuing to be built.

Israel’s geopolitical vision traced by the Wall was already inscribed in the maps of the Oslo Agreements that defined Palestinian residential zones as Area A – largely delineating the ghettoes in which we are to be confined today. Already in 1995, Wall building started with the encircling of Gaza behind fences and walls, which has transformed into the cruel ongoing siege on the tiny coastal strip. The walls around Gaza and in the West Bank and their related infrastructure of checkpoints, bypass roads and military zones, that cut off Jerusalem and 60% of the West Bank land, are at the sight of everybody. People are loosing their homes, dozens of communities, such as Khan al Ahmar, are threatened with destruction and expulsion. The two-state solution, ostensibly supported by world leaders, is burried deep under walls and settlement expansion.

Israel and its allies in the international community have not only failed to stop the Wall that strangles our people. Worse - they have adopted the paradigm and we have entered a new era of walls. Over 70 walls are today militarizing borders and imposing state control on other people’s land.

The Trump administration has not only underwritten Israel’s policies of annexation, it works continuously to legitimize and sustain them. The first part of the so-called ‘Deal of the Centrury’, presented at the ‘Peace to Prosperity’ conference in Bahrein last month unearthed once again the World Bank proposals developed already in 2005 that we have at that time debunked as ‘Do-It-Yourself Apartheid’ - a vicious proposal to transform ghettoized and dispossessed Palestinian farmers and refugees in cheap labour for Israeli and transnational capital. The Palestinian elite was to be bought up by giving it a share.

We are today assisting a concerted attempt to exclude rights and international law as irrelevant from the conversation on Palestine. This is why it is central to uphold the ICJ decision on the Wall and the uncomfortable obligations, of which it reminds the international community.

The generalized disregard of the verdict of the world’s highest court has become de facto a green light for the law of the jungle, not only in Palestine. Like with the Walls, the neglect of UN resolutions and international agreements and law as well as human rights has become a growing trend. Those at the receiving end of this increasing lawlessness are people facing militarization, oppression and marginalization and our planet itself.

Palestine today is a global laboratory not only for Walls but for a world of where might is right.

In a world where for ever more people ‘to exist is to resist’, upholding at the very minimum international law and human rights is a question of survival. Por us Palestinians this means to stand firm in defending our basic right to self-determination.

We are continuing to resist. Since last year, the Great Return March continues to give a powerful sign that Palestinians won’t surrender to life behind ghetto walls. The dramatic situation we are living in has given momentum to our people behind the apartheid Wall to redouble their struggle and to forge new unity in the popular resistance. Beyond that, we know that for our struggle to succeed, international solidarity and a deep connection with global justice struggles across all continents is essential.

Globally, ever more movements are coming together in a common understanding that our struggles are inherently connected. The call given out by Palestinian and Mexican movements for a #WorldwithoutWalls has recently be joined by 73 solidarity and migrant rights groups in Europe.

The movement for BDS, launched in response to the inaction on the world governments, is growing and is giving us all the hope we need to continue to stand steadfast every day. It is giving us the confidence that we are not alone and soon we shall overcome.

The last 15 years have proven that only when we as people hold accountable those that decide about and profit from the crimes against us human rights gain value. They have furthermore shown that together we are strong enough to withhold the hardest times.

Today is the moment to intensify our efforts, to demand the implementation of the ICJ decision as a fundamental step towards a World without Walls and respect for human rights for all!


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