View Album | Page 8 | Machsomwatch

View Album

Back to all albums

Hebron Album

Hebron 16.02.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Mar-11-2012
: New No Entry signs at the turn from the Cave of the Patriarchs plaza to the Prayers' road and a sign erected reading “Entry to Permit Holders Only.
Hebron 16.02.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Mar-11-2012
Graffiti by the settlers are scattered all over the city of Hebron.
Hebron 26.02.12
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Mar-14-2012
"Free Palestine" graffiti near the boys' school.
Hebron 26.02.12
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Mar-14-2012
"Death to the Arabs" graffiti near the boys' school.
Tel Rumeida checkpoint, Hebron 20.03.12
Photographer: Natanya Ginsburg
Mar-20-2012
At the CP where the road splits left to Jewish Tel Rumeida and right to the Palestinian side and H1, parks an enormous garbage truck with Palestinian license plates and was therefore barred from travelling on that road, reserved for Jews. (TIPH asserted that the garbage trucks regularly travel on that street). The soldiers insisted that the truck would have to reverse itself all the way down. But agreed to our pleas to permit the truck, when it was finally released, to do a horse-shoe turn at the crossroads rather than reversing down the dangerous hill. As we all waited, the telephones to the DCO never stopped ringing, the Hebron Municipality rang its workers and the soldiers and we too tried our sources. Finally, the truck was permitted to continue on its way and turned to the right to the Palestinian side.
Hebron 11.03.12
Photographer: Paula Rubinek
Apr-10-2012
In this photo one can see the "Israel Trail" sign. We photographed it and mailed a question to the Israel's Trails Committee and asked if they have signed trails in Hebron? They replied that they don't know of trails marked in Hebron.
Hebron, Shuhada street 16.04.12
Photographer:
Apr-17-2012
Hebron 16.04.12
Photographer: Liliana Fridman
Apr-17-2012
Hebron 30.01.12
Photographer:
Mar-10-2012
The road from the Shuhada St. to the Casba is blocked and the graffiti on the barrier is "Build the temple soon today"
Hebron 16.04.12
Photographer: Liliana Fridman
Apr-17-2012
Hebron 30.01.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Mar-9-2012
“Biblical Hebron path” in the middle of a Palestinian neighborhood.
Hebron 30.01.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Mar-10-2012
The graffiti on the wall says "Death to the Arabs" in Hebrew.
Hebron 16.04.12
Photographer: Liliana Fridman
Apr-17-2012
Blocked street.
Hebron 30.01.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Jan-30-2012
The poster in Hebrew tells about Palestinians' terror attack on Jewish settlers in Hebron on September 2000 which caused the closing of the Shuhada st.
Hebron 19.12.11
Photographer: Hagit Back
Feb-1-2012
A settler pastes a poster on the decorated concrete wall which attempts to hide Hebron. The poster recounts the injustice committed by the government against the settlers by limiting the Jewish settlement in the Hebron, compared to the excessive rights granted to the Palestinians.
Hebron 19.12.11
Photographer: Hagit Back
Feb-1-2012
Hebron 19.12.11
Photographer: Hagit Back
Feb-1-2012
Hebron 19.12.11
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Feb-1-2012
Hebron 22.12.11
Photographer: Natanya Ginsburg
Feb-12-2012
Natanya and I joined a Shovrim Shtika/Breaking the Silence tour of Hebron.
Hebron 16.01.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Feb-26-2012
Hana Abu Heikhal, from the Tel Rumeida neighborhood, sits next to her burned car. It is suspected that settlers set the fire for the fifth time. Now she has started a hunger strike because she no longer knows what to do.
Hebron 16.01.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Feb-26-2012
A poster in English and Arabic is pasted on the burned car: “We’re not here to annoy anyone, or to make anyone happy; we’re here because we’re here”
Hebron 16.01.12
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Feb-26-2012
Were Hana Abu Heikhal Jewish she would have been entitled to a tax-free car and a handicapped sticker so she could park close to her home, but she’s not Jewish, and she lives too close to the settlers of Tel Rumeida so her car isn’t allowed to park next to her house. Every day she has to go up and down the hill and walk half a kilometer to her car and back. Her car and that of her neighbors park in a wadi where a path marked as restricted to settlers runs.
Hebron 12.02.12
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Mar-6-2012
A new army checking post was placed lately at the entrance to Tel Rumeida neighborhood.
Hebron 12.02.12
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Mar-6-2012
"Evacuating settlements will cause killing Arabs."
Hebron, Pharmacy checkpoint 27.11.11
Photographer: Paula Rubinek
Jan-23-2012
On the way to the checking booth the passengers have to cross a turnstile which was added lately. Another new addition is the barbed wires on the yellow gate.
Hebron 12.02.12
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Mar-6-2012
"Revenge" says the writing on the wall going up to Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 27.11.11
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Jan-23-2012
Graffiti on the way to Tel Rumeida praising Betar Brazil and Betar Uruguay a right wing youth movement.
Hebron, Tel Rumeida 27.11.11
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Jan-23-2012
Attention! Dangerous lane ahead, says the sign.
Hebron 12.02.12
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Mar-6-2012
A sign telling the story of the binding of Isaac was also mounted on the stone fence.
Hebron 27.11.11
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
Jan-23-2012
Death to the Arabs.
Hebron 27.11.11
Photographer: Leah Shakdiell
Jan-23-2012
Hebron 05.12.11
Photographer: Hagit Back
Jan-27-2012
This morning the city looks even more deserted than is usual. Children are playing next to the abandoned checkpoint at the end of Zion Road.
Hebron 18.12.11
Photographer: Paula Rubinek
Dec-18-2011
The Kordoba school is located on a hill across "Hadassa House" a Jewish outpost in the middle of Hebron. The main entrance to the school was covered with barbed wires and the children and their teacher were forced to use another stairs (which they had to renovate). We have found today that the only entrance to the school is marked now as part of "Israel Trail".
Hebron 18.12.11
Photographer: Paula Rubinek
Dec-18-2011
An olive tree in the city of Hebron is marked as part of "Israel Trail".
Hebron, Tarpat checkpoint 16.10.11
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Oct-25-2011
Teachers from the Kordova Girls' School are demonstrating against the renewed order which requires them to cross the manometers twice a day. (MW report October 16.2011)
Hebron, Tarpat checkpoint 16.10.11
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
Oct-25-2011
A teacher detained by the IDF during the demonstration,is released with the help of delegation from the Palestinian Ministry of Education.