AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos, 11-17 September 2015


21 September 2015
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos, 11-17 September 2015


Escorting through Israeli Military Occupation


Pictured here: CPTer Rachel accompanies Palestinian kindergarten children past Israeli soldiers in Hebron.

Walking Down an
Israeli Apartheid Road

Pictured here: CPTer Rosie walks Palestinian kindergarten children down the Palestinian side of the apartheid road in Israeli occupied Hebron.



Locked Out


Pictured here: The gate to the Ibrahimi Mosque is closed. Palestinians are not allowed through during Israeli settlers’ celebration of Rosh Hashana in occupied Hebron.



Defense Against Extremism


Pictured here: Workers put up new overhead fence above the Palestinian market in the Old City of Hebron to protect merchants and shoppers from garbage and rocks thrown down by Israeli settlers who live above.  



What Will We Tell the Principal?


Pictured here: Palestinian teachers are late for school, because soldiers are detaining them for ID checks in Hebron.  



Let My Teachers GO!


Pictured here: The principal of the Palestinian Ibrahimi School in the Old City of Hebron waits at the Israeli military checkpoint for his teachers to be released.



The Streets of Hebron


Pictured here: Armed Israelis walking on the street near the Ibrahimi Mosque in the Palestinian Old City of Hebron.



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