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War and Irony on Hebron Hilltops

by Anna, March 10th No matter how bad things get in the North West Bank, it’s never as bad as in Hebron. I’m back in the ancient city exactly two years after my last visit: Previous Reports: http://annainpalestine.blogspot.com/2005/03/from-jericho-to-hebron.html http://annainpalestine.blogspot.com/2005/03/conversation-with-hamas-supporters.html I ...

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Tree planting in East Hebron village

by ISM Hebron, March 11th Human rights workers (HRWs) from Tel Rumeida were asked to accompany a farmer and help him plant trees on land near Bani Na’im east of Hebron. The tree planning was organized by the Centre for ...

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Demo Against Hebron Street Closure

by ISM Hebron, March 12th The Palestinian Popular Committee (PPC) for Hebron called a demonstration at 10 am today to protest the continued closure of Shuhada St., the main route through the city centre. About 30 people gathered in their ...

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Volunteers rebuild demolished homes – An Appeal

by the ISM media team, March 11th The rebuilding effort described below requires finances that the local Palestinians, impoverished by the ongoing siege, do not have. The materials for the rebuilding were bought on credit so that the villagers could ...

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Tree planting and Tom Fox memorial in Tel Rumeida

by ISM Hebron, March 9th Palestinian activists from the International Solidarity Movement organized a tree planting session in Tel Rumeida on Friday. This was advertised widely and many local Palestinians, Israeli activists and Internationals came to join them with around ...

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