Grass Widow procedure Husan
Grass Widow is the code name for a military procedure in which a residential Palestinian house is confiscated for military uses. On the 26th of October 08, at 3 AM, soldiers entered a home in which fifteen people live in the village of Husan and ordered everybody to leave the house in five minutes. The army claimed that it needed the house to have an observation post over an area from which stones were thrown on cars of settlers.
Filmed by Yael Shalem and Sylvia Piterman.