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Dancing children attacked by Israeli forces

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25th February 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine On the 24th of February in occupied Al-Khalil (Hebron), Israeli forces opened fire on dancing Palestinian youth, firing tear gas and throwing stun grenades at group of young children performing a ...

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Open Shuhada Street, demand Palestinian demonstrators

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21th February 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine On February 20, Israel forces threw at least thirty stun grenades and ten tear gas grenades at a peaceful Palestinian protest. Residents of occupied Hebron (Al-Khalil) were demonstrating against the closure of ...

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No Jews allowed

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5th June 2014 | International Solidarity Movement | Hebron, Occupied Palestine My plan for the morning was pretty simple, I wanted to enter the souq (market) and buy some bread for breakfast, and then walk home. That was it. As I ...

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ISM volunteers attacked by Zionist tourists in Hebron

Shuhada Street, closed down to Palestinians.

Two ISM activists walking on Shudaha Street area were brutally attacked by French Zionist tourists who were visiting to attend the weekly settler tour of the Palestinian part of Hebron. At around 1:30 PM the activists were walking in the direction ...

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Fifth annual Open Shuhada Street demonstration in Hebron

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21st February 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Hebron Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine The fifth annual “Open Shuhada Street” campaign took place on Friday the 21st of February in Hebron. Five people were arrested and 13 treated after being shot by rubber-coated steel ...

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Witness to a child arrest in occupied Hebron

Two detained children, soldier looking on (Photo by: ISM)

24th June 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine Since coming to the West Bank I had heard a lot about the Israeli army detaining and arresting children. Despite this, the first time I saw it ...

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