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Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
25/11/2009
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
25/11/2009
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
25/11/2009
Mosque and pillbox over the old cemetery of Hebron located at Jabel-a-Rahma on the right side of Tel Rumeida.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
02/12/2009
Sukot forever. A poster hung at Hebron.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
02/12/2009
Graffiti on the door of the deserted house of the doctor at Jabel-a-Rahma.
Hebron 11.10.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
02/12/2009
Jabel-a-Rahma. Graffiti in front of the cemetery.
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
Border-police at the checkpoint of Zion Road, in front of the factory of Kafisha neighborhood.
Hebron 06.08.09
Photographer: N. M.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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.
08/08/2009
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 14.07.09
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
14/07/2009
A pillbox at checkpoint 160 checkpoint.
Hebron 14.07.09
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
14/07/2009
Border Police soldier checking nine years old Palestinian kids at the Patriarchs Tomb checkpoint.
Hebron 14.07.09
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
14/07/2009
A settler's child approaching the Border Police soldiers at the Patriarchs Tomb checkpoint to make complaint about the fact that the driver of MachsomWatch car who is an Israeli arab.
Hebron 30.06.09
Photographer: Hagit Back
01/07/2009
Graffiti on a cement block at the Southern- Estern entrance to Bani Na'im.
Hebron 01.06.09
Photographer: Raya Yeor
13/06/2009
Ofer Ohana - the settler with the camera.
Hebron pharmacy checkpoint 24.06.09
Photographer: Michal Tzadik
30/06/2009
Detainees at the pharmacy checkpoint. These people were on their way to wedding and were detained almost the full time that a soldier is permitted to do so without requiring the approval of a superior.
Hebron vicinity 30.06.09
Photographer: Hagit Back
01/07/2009
On road 317 in front of At Tuwani. A trip consists of soldiers from Judea Batalion together with settlement school. What a lovely symbiosis!
Hebron 26.04.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
26/04/2009
Tarpat checkpoint.
Hebron 26.04.09
Photographer: Leah Shakdiel
26/04/2009
Detainee at Tarpat checkpoint. Forced to sit in a leaning position between two partitions and prohibitated from smoking.
Hebron 16.12.08
Photographer: Hagit Back
20/12/2008
The settler Anat Kohen blocking MachsomWatch vehicle and convincing a soldier to submit a complaint against the organisation members.
Hebron 16.12.08
Photographer: Hagit Back
20/12/2008
New graffiti at the market.
Hebron 26.12.08
Photographer: Naama Morag
23/12/2008
The barbed wire around "the disputed building"
Hebron 26.12.08
Photographer: Naama Morag
23/12/2008
Burnt Palestinian vehicles left at their place after the settlers riots.
Hebron 26.12.08
Photographer: Naama Morag
23/12/2008
The army has confiscated the roof on a building located on the "prayers road"
Hebron 20.11.08
Photographer: Ofra Ben Porat
20/11/2008
Soldiers trying to conceal the graffiti on the wall of a mosque in the neighbourhood of the "disputed building" by Jewish settlers during the riot anticipating the evacuation of settlers from the 'disputed building".
Hebron 02.12.08
Photographer: Hagit Back
02/12/2008
Violent settlers blocking the road leading to the "disputed building", throwing stones on the transit of MachsomWatch team.