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Unwelcome Visitors in the Night

by F. Tonight at about 10pm seven Israeli soldiers came to our apartment and knocked on the door. They wanted to come in, and I told them no, they couldn’t. They asked why, I told them that we do not ...

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ICAHD: Don’t say, “We Didn’t Know”#7

Settler Grafiti on the streets of Hebron It happens almost every day in Hebron. Human Rights Workers (HRWs) from different countries come to do what the Israeli security forces refuse to do. They provide security in a nonviolent manner for ...

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Another “Barrier” to Peace

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Friday, 9th June, at 2:00 PM The people of South Mt. Hebron will demonstrate against the ‘inner barrier’ being built in that region. This “inner mini barrier” is being built along road 317 in South Mt. ...

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Visiting Your Neighbours in Tel Rumeida

by Shlomo Bloom Closed Palestinian shops in what was once a lively market in Hebron On June 4th at approximately 3:30 pm a delegation from France came to Tel Rumeida to learn more about the situation here. We met with ...

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A Quiet Shabbat in Tel Rumeida…

by Shlomo Bloom One of the Palestinians said today that he thought most of the settlers were in Kiryat Arba and there were very few of them on the street so there was hardly any trouble. At about 3pm, three ...

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Qawawis Demands a Gap

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tomorrow, Sunday morning villagers will lie down along the route of the wall demanding the a gap is left for them to be able to pass through. The villagers of Qawawis woke up Wednesday morning to workers ...

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Beit Ummar Farmers Struggle to Work Their Land

by Zadie Susser We visited the land of Samer Shahdah Abu Asara, a Beit Ummar farmer who owns land directly next to the illegael Israeli settlement of Efrat. In part of his land he used to grow grapes. Another part, ...

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Cementing Apartheid in the South Hebron Hills

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The villagers of Qawawis woke up Wednesday morning to workers building a meter-high cement wall along the road that runs through their land between the illegal Israeli settlement of Susya and Hebron. The mini-wall designed to keep ...

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