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Hebron 16.01.13
Photographer:
16/04/2013
A road has been paved to the Federman outpost with a gate of barrels in which Washington palms have been planted decoratively on either side.
Hebron 21.01.13
Photographer:
16/04/2013
The renovated neighborhood opposite the Cave of the Patriarchs, around which the a 9 meters wall is rising on behalf of the prayers' road. The renovations were carried out by Spanish organizations. But this is area H2, which the Palestinian Authority doesn’t take care of and which the IDF Civil Authority is, of course, neglecting. The stench of urine, garbage tossed everywhere and a feeling of no man’s land surrounding us.
Hebron 18.02.13
Photographer:
10/08/2013
On the renovated sections of the Prayers' road one house is occupied by Palestinians and it is fenced.
Hebro 18.02.13
Photographer:
10/08/2013
On the road to Abraham Spring" a new graffiti on the wall "Peace now is stab in our back"
Checkpoint 160, Hebron 13.03.13
Photographer:
25/10/2013
Hebron 29.10.12
Photographer:
11/01/2013
On the last day of Eid al Adha, we saw soldiers patrolling next to the Gross Square, on the blocked alley leading uphill to Abu Sa'ninah neighborhood.
Hebron 06.11.12
Photographer:
18/01/2013
That post office "car" of the Palestinian authority is the only car that is allowed to move in the streets of H2 zone.
Hebron 18.02.13
Photographer:
18/02/2013
Border policemen bar the entrance to the prayers road, detaining passersby.
Hebron 09.10.12
Photographer:
12/11/2012
The disputed building, which the settlers renamed “Beit Ha'Shalom” [House of Peace]. A blue sign has been attached to the electricity pole.
Hebron 09.10.12
Photographer:
12/11/2012
). A large, festive Israeli flag is being spread over the disputed building, announcing what’s to come. A solitary soldier stands on the roof.
Hebron 09.10.12
Photographer:
12/11/2012
A new green fence has being erected along a portion of the prayers' road leading to the Cave of the Patriarchs.
Hebron 09.10.12
Photographer:
12/11/2012
Settlers’ children play with a cart and donkey. “Where did the donkey come from?,” Hagit asks.“What do you care!,” reply the little lords of the land who, like their parents, have forgotten that “courtesy preceded the Torah.”
Hebron 09.10.12
Photographer:
12/11/2012
The Tombs of the Patriarchs' checkpoint.
Hebron 15.10.12
Photographer:
13/11/2012
In the Federman ranch outpost people seem to be walking around. Life has resumed there.
Hebron 15.10.12
Photographer:
13/11/2012
A large tract of land is prepared for the expansion and improvement of an IDF base known as "The Harsina base" located on a hill observing the Federman ranch outpost.
Hebron 15.10.12
Photographer:
13/11/2012
Civilian vehicles and people employed by the Ministry of Defense gathered around the disputed building which the settlers named "The House of Peace", following the news as regards the Court's recent verdict, approving the settlers' return there.
Hebron 23.08.12
Photographer:
28/09/2012
Cordoba girls' school Hebron, the painting on the wall was defiled by settler.
Hebron 23.08.12
Photographer:
28/09/2012
Street market.
Curve 160 checkpoint 11.09.12
Photographer:
15/10/2012
Children on their way to school have to cross "Curve 160" CP.
Tarpat checkpoint, Hebron 11.09.12
Photographer:
16/10/2012
The Shuhada st. is filled with stones, lemons used by the demonstrators and the remains of ammunitions that were used to disperse the protesters yesterday against the Palestinian authority.
Tarpat checkpoint, Hebron 11.09.12
Photographer:
16/10/2012
The Shuhada st. is filled with stones, lemons used by the demonstrators and the remains of ammunitions that were used to disperse the protesters yesterday against the Palestinian authority.
Tel Rumeida, Hebron 11.09.12
Photographer:
16/10/2012
New graffiti on the way to Tel Rumeida was posted recently, most probably by the settlers.
"Curve 160" CP., Hebron
Photographer:
16/10/2012
The gate is "working" maybe because of our attendance.
Hebron 03.07.12
Photographer:
03/07/2012
This is the roof of B.'s house. From the roof one can see the "disputed building". His plan to build a second floor was authorized by the Hebron municipality. But the settlers got furious and are against this plan. The IDF stopped the construction of the second floor. Now 'B' is furious.
Hebron 03.07.12
Photographer:
03/07/2012
This is B.'s house. His plan to build a second floor was authorized by the Hebron municipality. But the settlers got furious and are against this plan. The IDF stopped the construction of the second floor. Now "B" is furious.
Hebron 03.07.12
Photographer:
03/07/2012
This is the backyard of B.'s house. From the backyard one can see the "prayers' road". His plan to build a second floor was authorized by Hebron municipality. But the settlers got furious and are against this plan. The IDF stopped the construction of the second floor.
Checkpoint 160, Hebron 17.07.12
Photographer:
17/07/2012
Palestinian television crew documenting the checkpoint and the people who cross it.
Hebron 16.04.12
Photographer:
30/05/2012
"Straw Widow Procedure" on top of a Palestinian house watching the Prayers' road.
Hebron 03.06.12
Photographer:
03/06/2012
An olive tree that had been burned on June 1.2012, in an olive grove located in the Tel Rumeida neighborhood.
Hebron 21.05.12
Photographer:
17/06/2012
Buses carrying Moslem tourists from India. But they’re not allowed to ascend the 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. Later they’ll return by the same route, descend broken stairs that only they can use, go back to the buses to continue their journey through the Holy Land.
Hebron 25.06.12
Photographer:
26/06/2012
The garden attached to Sha'harabati house in Tel Rumeida and the sofa burned by the settlers.
hebron 25.06.12
Photographer:
26/06/2012
Sha'harabati house in Tel Rumeida is open now to international activists despite settler harassments.
Hebron, Pharmacy CP. 16.04.12
Photographer:
30/05/2012
Routine checks at the checkpoint.
Hebron 16.04.12
Photographer:
30/05/2012
A tent erected by settlers in front of "Beit Ha'Machpela" protesting the evacuation of "beit Ha'Machpela".
Hebron 16.04.12
Photographer:
30/05/2012
Settlers' protesting the evacuation of "Beit Ha'Machpela" and the banner reads "Come and join us in Hebron's redemption".
Hebron 16.02.12
Photographer:
11/03/2012
Graffiti by the settlers are scattered all over the city of Hebron.
Hebron 26.02.12
Photographer:
14/03/2012
"Free Palestine" graffiti near the boys' school.
Hebron 26.02.12
Photographer:
14/03/2012
"Death to the Arabs" graffiti near the boys' school.
Tel Rumeida checkpoint, Hebron 20.03.12
Photographer:
20/03/2012
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:
10/04/2012
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.