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Settlers take the streets, disrupt 'Breaking the Silence' tour.

 
Pictured here: One of the many Jewish settlers that followed the 'Breaking the Silence' tour group to yell and wave flags at the peace activists. Here, one of the settlers blocks the path of two young Palestinian girls as they try to make their way home. 
(29/08/2015)

Tighter restrictions at Qitoon check point


Pictured here: A young Palestinian girl has to make her way through the newly re-constructed military check point in Hebron. The new structure has closed, narrow entrances lined with barbwire and a tall look out post. 

(30/08/2015)

Family remains a target

 
Pictured here: Mohamed Hussien Natsheh (19 years old) was detained at the Bab al-Baladyeh for 30 minutes and was going to be arrested. When community members and human rights activists began to question the nature of the arrest, the Israeli military finally let him go when asked to produce evidence. The Natsheh family has been routinely targeted by the Israeli military this past month, with Mohamed's younger brother getting beaten on the streets by soldiers. 

(29/08/2015)

 

Renewed Israeli oppression at school time

 

Pictured here: Yousef, one of the small Palestinian boys that attend the Ibrahimi school in Hebron is stopped, questioned and asked to empty his pockets despite the metal detector not going off.  

(02/09/2015)

Enduring friendships

 
Pictured here: The image of three young Palestinian kids holding hands after school as they walk down the road remind of us the beauty of innocence that is intrinsic to the childhood experience.  

(02/09/2015)

Night raids continue

 
Pictured here: Israeli soldiers storm the back alleyways of Shalalah Street in Hebron after the arrest of Asaam Abu Omar and his son. They were taken to the police station under the allegation of throwing stones. 

(02/09/2015)

Israel's Apartheid Matrix


Pictured here: There are over 100 impediments to movement across Hebron, which operate to keep Palestinian bantustans. Women are often times forced to carry their children through these obstructions of movement. This is just another layer of oppression that has contributed to the mass exodus of Hebronites from Hebron since the 1967 war and the subsequent Israeli military occupation.

(02/09/2015)

 
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