AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos, 19-25 January 2016


28 January 2016
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos, 19-25 January 2016

OMG Mom!!

Israeli Settlers have just forcibly occupied the homes of this little girl’s Palestinian neighbors – the home on her left and on her right. They are now caught in the middle. This is being  done with full and unequivocal protection by Israeli soldiers and Border Police. 

(January 21, 2016)

Moving in…

Israeli soldier helping Israeli Jewish Settlers occupy Palestinian homes
(January 21, 2016)

Gunned up

Israeli forces protecting the Israeli settlers in their occupation of Palestinian homes.


(January 21, 2016

Changes at the check points

The Israeli Civil Administration informing Palestinian representatives about the changes they are making to the checkpoints in front of the Ibrahimi Mosque and Checkpoint 29. 

(January 20, 2016)

Snow and cold

A light snow blankets the Old City of Hebron, shutting down the town. Pictured here is the storied Ibrahimi Mosque, the Tomb of the Patriarchs, sprinkled with a dusting of snow.

(January 26, 2016)

Checkpoints and Bread 

Motonabi military checkpoint – a van pulls up on one side of a military checkpoint and men get out and hang plastic bags of bread on the hooks of a door. Minutes later a Palestinian man comes with a shopping trolley to the other side of the checkpoint to collect the bread to deliver to Palestinian families
(January 24, 2016)

Life carries on

Palestinian men walking and chatting together maintaining normalcy in an occupation that is brutally far from normal. Two days later, two of the houses to the right were forcibly occupied by Israeli settlers

(January 20, 2016)


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