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How to Provoke a Settler in Hebron

by Johan When Baruch Marzel’s son and his three friends walk the streets of Tel Rumeida, Hebron, armed with sticks and looking to pick a fight, it is considered provocative to film them with a video camera, as soldiers tried ...

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Reflections on a Deportation

by David Deserted Al-Shuhada Street in Tel Rumeida; Beit Hadassah Settlement visible at the end of the street. In six days I will be deported by the state of Israel. I am a human rights worker. I have been working ...

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A call from Hebron

A Call from Hebron to the Israeli government to respect Israeli commitments toward Palestinians in Hebron BY Issa ISM coordinator in Hebron Since Hammas won in the Palestinian elections the entire world is putting conditions for dealing with the Hammas ...

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Close Encounter of a Settler Kind

(Israeli settler after assaulting a Human Rights Worker. Behind the car is the settlment of Suseya) by Jon Qawawis is a village in the south Hebron Hills, very close to the green line, and surrounded by settlements and settlement outposts. ...

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Human Rights Worker Released from Israeli Detention

David Parsons, a Canadian citizen who was arrested while doing human rights work in Hebron, has been released on bail from Israeli detention. An Israeli Interior Ministry official ordered his release on condition Parsons not participate in any “international activity” ...

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A Gun in one hand and the Torah in the other

by Caroline BOSTONTOPALESTINE HEBRON – From January 11 to 15, I was about an hour south of Jerusalem, in the city of Hebron, where four hundred settlers of the most extremist militant ideological faction of the settler movement live amongst ...

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What Is Holy Here?

by Marjorie, of Birthright Unplugged, Boston USA I’m overwhelmed by the desire to share what I’ve learned this week in Palestine, but also overwhelmed by the size of that task. We completed the Birthright Unplugged tour last night, and it’s ...

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