3. Close-up masked gunmen and masked suicide bombers with ''''explosives'''' around waist
4. Masked militants setting up a model of an Israeli settlement
5. Gunmen firing in air
6. Model settlement being set alight
7. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Mahmoud Al Oul, Governor of Nablus:
"They (Israel ) want to make the Palestinian people into prisoners in small cantons, therefore we have no choice but to continue the resistance."
8. Gunmen shooting in air
9. Various protesters in street
Mesha near Qalqiliya, West Bank
10. Wide shot of protesters
11. Close-up activists from the International Solidarity Movement
12. Chanting and waving banners
13. Close-up posters
14. Israeli soldiers watching protesters
15. Israeli jeep going towards protesters
Ramallah, West Bank
16. Protesters from the Democratic Front for the Liberation (DFLP) of Palestine militant group protesting against the barrier
17. DFLP flags and chants
18. Wide shot Palestinian Prime Minister''''s office
19. Mohammed Dahlan out of office towards camera
20. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Mohammed Dahlan, Palestinian militant leader:
"I explained to Arafat my opinion about the (Israeli ) withdrawal from Gaza, and the possibility to use this withdrawal as a political launch-pad for the Palestinian Authority in the near future. I don''''t expect that there will be any problems between the Palestinian factions in Gaza (if there is a withdrawal), This (the assumption) is an insult to the Palestinian people, as if the settlements are preventing an internal Palestinian conflict. This is not realistic."
Thousands of Fatah protesters and Al Aqsa Brigade gunmen paraded through the streets of Nablus on Saturday demonstrating against Israel''''s construction of a miles long separation wall.
They were also marching to highlight the deaths of Al Aqsa militants killed in actions against Israel in the last 3 years.
Heavy bursts of gunfire filled the skies above the northern West Bank town as a model of a Jewish settlement was set alight.
Protests against the barrier continued at Mesha near the encircled town of Qalqiliya where over a thousand protesters - both foreign and Palestinian - demonstrated in front of Israeli soldiers against the barrier that will cut through the West Bank town.
Militants from the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine also gathered in Ramallah where they marched and protested against the barrier.
Also in Ramallah, former Gaza strongman Mohammed Dahlan met with Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia.
Arafat had met with his longtime nemesis Dahlan on Thursday in an effort to try to halt Palestinian violence in the Gaza Strip.
Gunmen loyal to Dahlan have clashed with Arafat''''s security forces in what Palestinian security sources called a power struggle, as Dahlan tries to expand his support base in the Strip ahead of a possible Israeli withdrawal.
Sharon has proposed pulling out of much of the Gaza Strip, evacuating most Jewish settlements, sparking fears that the militant Islamic Hamas and other armed groups could try to fill the vacuum.