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Hebron 04.08.09
Photographer:
Jul-4-2005
Anat Cohen, the violent settler from Hebron approaching the vehicle carrying MachsomWatch members near the Hadassah checkpoint. She took pictures, cursed and even tried to take out the air out of the vehicle's wheel. The peak of the confrontation was a physical attack on one member in order to damage the camera she carried.
Hebron 04.08.09
Photographer:
Jul-4-2005
Anat Cohen, a violent settler from Hebron, near the vehicle carrying MachsomWatch members (near the Hadassah checkpoint). She took pictures, cursed and even tried to release the air from the vehicle's wheels. The peak of the confrontation was a a physical attack on one member in order to demage the camera she carried.
Hebron 02.06.09
Photographer:
May-2-2005
Checkpoint 160 at Tarek Ben Zaid Street - passage to a Palestinian neighbourhood. Border Police soldiers track every person that crosses through the passage.
Hebron 11.08.09
Photographer:
Jul-11-2005
The new signs decorating the wall of the military base at Shuhada Street.
Hebron 02.06.09
Photographer:
May-2-2005
Checkpoint 160 at Tarek Ben Zaid Street - passage to a Palestinian neighbourhood. Border Police soldiers track every person that crosses through the passage. Children crossing the checkpoint on their way to school. Some of them have to cross the Farmacy checkpoint as well.
Hebron 11.08.09
Photographer:
Jul-11-2005
The new signs decorating the wall of the military base at Shuhada Street.
Hebron 02.06.09
Photographer:
May-2-2005
Checkpoint 160 at Tarek Ben Zaid Street - passage to a Palestinian neighbourhood. Border Police soldiers track every person that crosses through the passage.
Hebron 11.08.09
Photographer:
Jul-11-2005
A checkpoint at Kafisha neighbourhood protecting Zion Road in Hebron. The checkpoint is manned 24 hours and only 11 Palestinian vehicles received a permit to pass through.
Hebron 09.06.09
Photographer:
May-9-2005
The water well of a family in Baka'a ( between Bani Na'im and Kiriat Arba) destroyed yesterday by the army. The mother who ressisted the act was arrested and held by the army.
Hebron 09.06.09
Photographer:
May-9-2005
The signs hanged under the Patriarchs hill announcing the illegal settlement "Hazon David".
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Goldstein grave.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Closed Palestinian shops & army post.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Jewish presence in Hebron.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Jewish life in Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Chabad activity in Hebron.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
At the deserted Palestinian market.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Hebron 03.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-3-2005
Young children checked one by one at the Pharmacy checkpoint. These checks cause the children to reach school late in the morning.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Settlers' culture
Hebron 03.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-3-2005
Palestinian mother waiting for her detained son at The Tombs of the Patriarchs ( Me'arat Hamachpela) checkpoint.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Closed Palestinian shops.
Hebron vicinity 03.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-3-2005
The checkpoint in Shuyukh functions as "humanitarian" - allows crossing of pedestrians.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Settlers' art.
Hebron 11.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-11-2005
Poster at "Tarpat Checkpoint" instructing soldiers to check Palestinans at the entrance to Zone H1.
Hebron 13.07.07
Photographer:
Mar-3-2005
Hebron 11.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-11-2005
Poster at "Tarpat Checkpoint" instructing soldiers to check Palestinans at the entrance to Zone H1.
Hebron 17.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-17-2005
Zion Road, a main road in Hebron which leads to the Tombs of the Patriarchs is bloked.
Hebron 17.02.09
Photographer:
Jan-17-2005
The crack allowing teachers and children to cross through at the Tarpat Checkpoint.
Hebron 21.05.12
Photographer:
Feb-19-2005
This city is filled today with settlers. They are here to support the Beit Ha'machpela settlers and to demonstrate against the court and the government decision to evacuate the settlers. Border Policemen are everywhere, on the roof as well.
Hebron 21.05.12
Photographer:
Feb-19-2005
Buses carrying Moslem tourists from India. But they’re not allowed to ascend the same stairs to the plaza. They walk around to the Moslem half of the sidewalk divided along its entire length. They enter the tomb of the Patriarch Abraham through the Moslem entrance.