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VIDEO: 14-year-old violently arrested in Hebron

6th November 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine On October 30th, a 14-year-old boy was violently arrested by Israeli forces in al-Khalil (Hebron). Due to a teachers strike in solidarity with underpaid public workers, school in ...

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Tear gas and stun grenades used against schoolchildren

13th October 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine Today at the Salaymeh checkpoint in al-Khalil (Hebron), Israeli soldiers fired four long-range tear gas canisters, and threw three stun grenades, all towards children leaving school to walk ...

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Violence and detention of children in Hebron

28th September 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine This afternoon Israeli border police entered through Salaymeh checkpoint and fired 14 tear gas grenades and one stun grenade at children leaving school. Several teenagers threw stones towards the checkpoint and the soldiers began firing ...

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When the school day ends with tear gas

2nd September 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine ISM watched over two different checkpoints in al-Khalil (Hebron) on the 31st of August, Qeitun (209) and Salaymeh (29), both separating the H1 and H2 zone in this ...

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Resistance and tear gas

21st August 2014 | Saeeda Al-Rashid | Occupied Palestine It’s late May [2013], and the air is stifling. Heat sizzles from the pavement, and Khalili youth, though well-adapted to these conditions, can be seen wiping sweat from their brows as they trek home from ...

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Jewish holiday increases violence in Hebron

17th April 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine Pesach, or Passover, started Monday 14th April and is a seven day long holiday where many zionist tourists and settlers from illegal settlements travel to al-Khalil (Hebron). Increased violence and ...

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