AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A Week in Photos 3-9 August 2015

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18 August 2015
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A Week in Photos 3-9 August 2015

A week of occupation in photos: Click photos for links 
 

STOP!

 

Pictured here: A Palestinian father protects his 16-year-old son from Israeli soldiers.
(03/08/2015)
 

HOUSE PROTECTION

Pictured here: Palestinians sit at the entrance of the Abu Rajab house to prevent Israeli settlers from moving into the Palestinian house. The Abu Rajab family has been threatened with eviction while their house is in the middle of an Israeli court case.
(07/08/2015)
 

PLAY IS RESISTANCE 

Pictured here: A Palestinian boy rides his bicycle during a military patrol. 
(06/08/2015) 
 

TERRIFYING MURDER  

Pictured here: Israeli settlers fire-bombed a house near Nablus last week, killing a Palestinian infant and sending parents and brother to the hospital with life-threatening burns.  This violent face of the occupation draws nonviolent demonstration and prayers in Hebron. (Update: The father has since died of his injuries.)
(04/08/2015) 
 

OPRESSION XXL

 Pictured here: The Israeli military checkpoint  in Qitoun neighborhood  is being expanded in order to increase surveillance over Palestinian adults and 135 school children.

(03/08/2015)
 

PASSAGE DENIED

 Pictured here: Patrolling Israeli soldiers  block young Palestinian  returning to his house from  the market.

(06/08/2015)
 

THREE BROTHERS – ONE BIKE

Pictured here: Nothing builds trust like three riding on a bicycle.

(04/08/2015)
 
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