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הפגנה למען היתר מעבר לעבודה חקלאית בחלקות הפרטיות
Palestinians prevented from cultivating their own land
Students from USA Give a hand in the seam zone
Students from USA Give a hand in the seam zone
Uprooting trees - at the expense of Palestinian property and exixtance
Land Expropriation, Uprooting trees...
This agricultural gate is an access barrier in the pastoral landscape
Which farmer has a 30 minutes window to pass to his own land?
Invitation to International Human Rights 2018 event

Since the 1950s until September 2018

The State of Israel already expelled the Jahaleen tribe of Abu Dahouk, now residents of Kahn Al Ahmar, from Israel proper into the occupied Palestinian West Bank area. At present, the State plans to demolish the village they built after their expulsion from Israel and to evict them yet again.

Members of MachomWatchh in an act of solidarity joined their refusal to be expelled from the village they built after their previous eviction, where they have been living until the present.

Video: Nurith Poper

"...If the Israeli people would see these scenes, it won't be prepared to accept this."

In 2014, Yoram Cohen, a reporter for Israel's state television channel,
broadcast the daily ordeal of passing through a checkpoint on the way to work.
There are Palestinians who are convinced that the Israelis remain silent because they are uninformed. See what we see and report from the Bethlehem and Qalandia checkpoints in the north and south East Jerusalem.

If the Israeli people would see these scenes, it won't be prepared to accept this.
From video documentation by Yoram Cohen, Channel 1, Israeli TV, 2014
  1. There are two discrete justice systems in Israel:
    Since 2006 we have been reporting on trials of Palestinians conducted in military courts.
    (see more than 800 such reports on the site).
  2. one for Israelis and the other for the Palestinians living in the occupied territories.
Ofer prison and military court
Our reports from the military courts
Photographer: 
Wikimedia Commons

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We deserve basic human rights
We, the people must talk!
People from the Jordan Valley
People from the Jordan Valley. Their livelihood is extremely affected
Photographer: 
Orna Naor