AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos, 3-9 July, 2015

Facebook
Twitter
Email
WhatsApp
Print

CPTnet
July 14, 2015
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos, 3-9 July, 2015

 

 

No Evidence

 Pictured here: On 3 July, Israeli soldiers raided a shop close to Bab i-Zawiyah and took a 21- year-old man with them. They accused him of throwing stones without any evidence. He was  released after ten minutes due to the mediation of a Palestinian man who reasoned with a commander in Hebrew.


(03/07/2015)
 

Settler Kids

Pictured here: Settlers kids and teenagers attacked the Sider family by stone throwing and pouring water inside their house while soldiers stood idly by.

(27/06/2015)

 

Settler Harassing a CPTer 

Pictured here: On 3 July, settler kids harassed a CPTer, trying to stop him from documenting the settler action against reopening Palestinian shops on Sahleh Street.

(03/07/2015)
 

 

More Rejection  

Pictured here: Palestinian girl passing a settler protest against any attempts to open  Palestinian shops on Sahleh street which the Israeli military forced the owners to close for fifteen years.
(03/07/2015)
 

Arrest 

Pictured here: On 8 July, a group of soldiers were patrolling, then stopped this man and arrested him.  They refused to  allow CPTers to gather any further information.

(08/07/2015)

 

ِ‘Suspicious’ wrench

Pictured here: Soldiers stopped a Palestinian man almost ten minutes for having a wrench—a tool he uses in his work.

(10/07/2015)

 

Scouts!

Pictured here: Scouts group walking through the Old City in Hebron, which in this area is an act of resistance and steadfastness.

(05/07/2015)

 
Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
Twitter
Website
Website
Instagram
Instagram
YouTube
YouTube

Our mailing address is:
cptheb@cpt.org

Consider a contribution to the Christian Peacemaker Teams to support peace and justice. Make a difference, click here bit.ly/CPT_Donate

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

 

 Like these photo essays? Show the Palestine team some love, donate here. 

Read More Stories

GIft Auction

Bid on or buy a gift for a fellow
peacemaker or loved one

Skip to content