AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): Week in photos 16-23 February 2016

Facebook
Twitter
Email
WhatsApp
Print

CPTnet
26 February 2016
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): Week in photos 16-23 February 2016

 
 

Education 

Pictured here: Israeli forces at Salimeh checkpoint fired tear gas in response to three boys throwing stones at the checkpoint. One tear gas canister landed in a school yard affecting every student in the area.
(16/02/2016)
 

Shuhada Street

Pictured here: A group of forty-fifty Palestinian, Israeli and international activists processed down to the gate of the army base in Bab il Baledeyya in a nonviolent demonstration organized by Hebron Defense Committee. The demonstration was held in Hebron for Open Shuhada Street to commemorate the 1994 massacre at the Ibrahim Mosque, and to ask for the freedom of Palestinian journalist Muhammad Al-Qiq who has been on hunger strike since November.
(20/02/2016)
 

Stop ! 

Pictured here: Israeli soldiers stopped a Palestinian on the prayer road and forced him to lift his pant legs, during that time the settlers were walking freely to the synagogue from Kyriat Arba’a settlement.

(20/02/2016) 

 

During The Night 

Pictured here: Israeli soldiers surrounding a group of settlers in the old city of Hebron as the settlers make their tour.
(20/02/2016)
 

Photos of Occupation 

Pictured here:  An Israeli soldier taking down a photo exhibit during an activity for Open Shuhada Street in front of Checkpoint 56. The activity was coordinated by Youth Against Settlements.
(21/02/2016)
 

My Street 

Pictured here: Five Palestinian boys sitting and protesting in front of Checkpoint 56 in Bab Al-Zawiyah during an activity for Open Shuhada Street.
(21/02/2016)
 

Right To Play 

Pictured here:  Israeli soldiers moved a group of Palestinian children when they were playing in front of their homes, while Israeli settlers were marching down from Kyriat Arba’a to the synagogue.
 (20/02/2016) 

 
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

Under international law, Palestinians have the right to walk the streets of Hebron, play in front of their homes, go to school without being teargassed in their schoolyards. Christian Peacemaker Teams – Palestine stands with those who are claiming these rights.
Will you stand with them too? 

Read More Stories

Skip to content