AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 27 September-3 October 2016

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4 October 2016

AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): A week in photos 27 September-3 October 2016

 
 

Obstacle Course 

Pictured here: The occupation obstructs the mobility of all Palestinians, but especially those with physical disabilities. 
(September 29, 2016)
 

Slow Motion Takeover

Pictured here: The Israeli military continues to extend the buffer zone around Beit Romano settlement by sealing off doorways and passageways. 
(September 29, 2016)
 

Slow Motion Takeover, Part 2 

Pictured here: As soldiers seal off doorways, children experience the increased militarization of their neighborhood. 
(September 29, 2016)
 

Two Roads Diverge 

Pictured here: A CPTer accompanies three kindergarteners home after school. Palestinians are forced to walk on the dirt path to the left whilst Israeli soldiers and settlers make use of the paved road to the right.  
(September 28, 2016)
 

Obstacle to Childhood 

Pictured here: With the Israeli military occupying the streets, children in Hebron constantly face restrictions to play and to simply be kids. 
(September 27, 2016)
 

Perseverance 

Pictured here: Israeli soldiers denied men aged 15-30 entry into the Ibrahimi Mosque for Friday prayers. Restriction of access to religious sites and the practice of religion is prohibited by International Law. These men continued with their prayers despite these restrictions.
(September 30, 2016)
 

God, is that you? We really need you down here!

(October 1, 2016)

 
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