Home / Hebron

Hebron

Increased Israeli military harassment in Hebron

12th August 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine This Friday, like every other Friday, was a day that many Palestinian Muslims go to the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron to worship. It was also yet another day ...

Read More »

Israeli Border Police question Palestinian children

10th August 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine What started and should have ended a few hours ago as a scuffle between two boys ended up with a Israeli Border Police action that once again demonstrated ...

Read More »

Israeli military destroys six homes in Umm Khaeyr

9th August 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Umm Khaeyr village, occupied Palestine On the morning of August 9, 2016, ten Israeli military jeeps each filled with five soldiers, arrived in the village of Umm Khaeyr. It was ...

Read More »

Settler Harassment and Water Shortages in Beit Ummar

Abdullah standing at the water tank which is in the risk of getting demolished.

8 August 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Beit Ummar, occupied Palestine Settler Harassment Ealier today we visited Abdullah Braigheith, a 54 year old farmer, who with his family are facing the risk of getting their agricultural water tank demolished, ...

Read More »

Beit Ummar’s children targeted by the Israeli army

30th July 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Beit Ummar, occupied Palestine Beit Ummar, a small town outside of Hebron, has a population of just 18000 people, around 200 of which are imprisoned, with 6o of those being ...

Read More »

Hunger strikes and family visits in occupation jails

30th July 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine A demonstration in solidarity with hunger striking prisoners and against the cut of family visits by the International Commmittee of the Red Cross was organised by the ...

Read More »