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Hebron, sheep/hakvasim junction 22.01.08
Photographer: Hagit Back
Feb-4-2010
Crossing the "sheep junction" at a rainy day.
Hebron 20.12.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Jan-9-2010
Between Hebron and Kiryat Arba.
Hebron 14.01.10
Photographer: Shuli Bar
Jan-14-2010
Massive demolishing of Palestinian houses along the "Prayers road".
Hebron 14.01.10
Photographer: Shuli Bar
Jan-14-2010
MachsomWatch member in conversation with a soldier.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Dec-2-2009
Sukot forever. A poster hung at Hebron.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Dec-2-2009
Graffiti on the door of the deserted house of the doctor at Jabel-a-Rahma.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Dec-2-2009
Jabel-a-Rahma. Graffiti in front of the cemetery.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Dec-2-2009
Announcing a new settlement.
Hebron 08.12.09
Photographer: Hagit Back
Dec-8-2009
"Zion Road" in Kafishah neighborhood has been closed for 12 days. When it was opened it was announced that it aimed to help the Palestinians though although only 12 vehicles received permits to pass through the road. The only benefit the Palestinians got was an additional checkpoint "Checkpoint 160".
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
"Death to Arabs" Graffiti at Hebron wrriten by 8th grade students belonging to Bnei Akiva.
Hebron 08.12.09
Photographer: Hagit Back
Dec-8-2009
"Zion Road" in Kafishah neighborhood has been closed for 12 days. When it was opened it was announced that it aimed to help the Palestinians though although only 12 vehicles received permits to pass through the road. The only benefit the Palestinians got was an additional checkpoint "Checkpoint 160".
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
A sign of "no entrance to citizens" at the entrance to the military camp at King David road. After endless pressure the new commander agreed to break the symbiotic connection between the soldiers and the jewish citizens.
Hebron 08.12.09
Photographer: Hagit Back
Dec-8-2009
"Zion Road" in Kafishah neighborhood has been closed for 12 days. When it was opened it was announced that it aimed to help the Palestinians though although only 12 vehicles received permits to pass through the road. The only benefit the Palestinians got was an additional checkpoint "Checkpoint 160"..
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
"No Arabs - no attacks" Graffiti at Hebron.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
Modesty rules at Hebron.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
Poster at Gutnik House which operates restaurant and catering hall in front of The Tombs of the Patriarchs, announcing that "everybody" contributes to publishing a new Torah Book.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
Menucha Rachel Slonim - the local holy woman burried at the old cemetery of Chabad at Jabel-a-Rahma, next to Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
The old cemetery of Hebron located at Jabel-a-Rahma on the right side of Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
Announcing the formation of 11 new settlements.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
The separate cemetery of chabad at the old cemetry of Hebron located at Jabel-a-Rahma on the right side of Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
Palestinian flag in front of the old cemetery of Hebron located at Jabel-a-Rahma on the right side of Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Nov-25-2009
Mosque and pillbox over the old cemetery of Hebron located at Jabel-a-Rahma on the right side of Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Border-police at the checkpoint of Zion Road, in front of the factory of Kafisha neighborhood.
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the beginning of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard near the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
Aug-8-2009
Artistic graffiti made by young settler girls during summer camp on a wall protected by barbed wire that separates the begining of the Shuhada Street from the Kasba of Hebron - between H1 and H2. This small yard by the Hadassah Jewish settlement symbolizes the effortless attempt to show that life there is normal and happy, or as they put it :" It's very happy in the Hebronic hen-roost".