AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 16-22 August 2016

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25 August 2016
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 16-22 August 2016

A week of occupation in photos: Click photos for links 
 

We  Want Freedom

Pictured here: An old woman calling for freedom and justice for Palestinians in Israeli prisons, as part of a demonstration led by the Hebron Defense Committee. ​

(18/08/2016)
 

Random Checks

Pictured here: Israeli soldiers randomly stopping Palestinian men and forcing them to lift their shirts and show their IDs.
(18/08/2016)
 

More control 

Pictured here: Two Israeli Border Police are closing the turnstile that leads to the Ibrahimi Mosque area and preventing a Palestinian man from passing.
(19/08/2016)
 

In Solidarity 

 Pictured here: Palestinians  conduct a role-play in H1 about the Palestinian hunger strikers in Israeli prisons. 
(18/08/2016)
 

Cameras  

Pictured here: An international woman documenting the settler tour last Saturday was documented herself by an Israeli soldier.
(20/08/2016)
 

Follow Up  

Pictured here: More control and construction near Ibrahimi Mosque.
(16/08/2016)
 

Still Smiling
Pictured here: “Peace Begins with a smile.”  Mother Teresa 

 (22/08/2016)

 
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