AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 30 August-5 September 2016

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8 September 2016
AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 30 August-5 September 2016

A week of occupation in photos: Click photos for links 
 

Parking in the Schoolyard 

Pictured here: Settlers use Al Ibrahimiya’s schoolyard as a parking lot. 
(09/01/2016)
 

Displacement Strategy

Pictured here: Settlers stand in the Prayer Road in order to stop a Palestinian from continuing to build his house.
(09/01/2016)
 

Exaggerated Security 

Pictured here: An Israeli border policeman sternly surveys Palestinian students while they approach the Qitoun checkpoint.
(08/30/2016)
 

Palestinian Childhood 

 Pictured here: A Palestinian girl stands in front of the Israeli border police during the settler tour. Using a mobile camera, she documents their movements near her house.
(09/03/2016)
 

Camera Standoff 

Pictured here: An Israeli soldier tries to intimidate a CPT volunteer and prevent him from filming.
(09/03/2016)
 

Immovable 

Pictured here: An old Palestinian man sits beside Bab al-Baledeya gate—a quiet, dignified form of resistance against the settlers who occupy his town.
(09/03/2016)
 

The Way 

Pictured here: There is no way to peace. Peace is the way.” 

 (08/31/2016)

 
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