AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 26 April-2 May 2015

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11 Monday 2015
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 26 April-2 May 2015 

 

HARVEST TIME

 

Pictured here: Local Hebronite harvesting his wheat quickly before the Israeli settlers spot him and interfere. Previously his crops have been burned by settlers, who live across the road in the large settlement of Kiryat Arba. 
(02/05/2015)

 

 

CALM BEFORE THE STORM

 

Pictured here: Settler from Kiryat Arba chatting with Israeli Police and taunting a Palestinian family and activists accompanying the family just before the Police stopped the farmer (pictured above) and his helpers from harvesting his wheat, issuing the order that his field had become a “closed military zone.”
(06/05/2015)

 

 

NO RHYME OR REASON

 

Pictured here: Border Police arbitrarily pick this Palestinian woman out of the crowd on her way to the Mosque and escort her behind the fence for a body and bag search before she can enter the Mosque to pray.
(01/05/2015)
 

ALL I CAN SAY IS HEE HAW

 

Pictured here: Moving through checkpoints is a hassle for everyone, but if one has an animal in tow, or a bike, or any large baggage, it becomes an added burden. Depending upon the mood of the border police, it can even be impossible. 
(26/05/2015)
 

A RESOUNDING SURPRISE

 

Pictured here: An inspiring chorus of voices as a tour of Palestinians go singing through the souk in an act of resistance to the weekly ‘settler tour’.
(30/05/2015)
 

JUST PENCILS AND PAPER SIR

 

Pictured here: Border Police stop even young children and check their school bags as they pass through the checkpoints on their way to school. The rights of children are constantly violated in this Occupation.
(29/05/2015)
 

PRETTY AS A PICTURE

 

Pictured here: This little Palestinian kindergartner graces us with her sweet smile, to ease a troubled world.
(30/05/2015)
 
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