B.O.S

a crowd of people aligned with the Campaign for Secure Dwellings is gathered as Israeli soldiers approach during a home demolition in Hebron

Defending our home with CPT

The Campaign for Secure Dwellings matched faith communities with families like mine in the West Bank to put pressure on Israeli and US authorities to stop home demolitions

A woman wearing a shawl stands looking toward a pile of rubble where her house once stood, holding her child who looks over her shoulder into the camera.

The tented fabric of Palestine’s history

For over 76 years, the canvas tent has accompanied the Palestinian struggle for liberation, both as a symbol of what has been lost and a companion of steadfastness

A CPT member stands with a red vest holding a camera up to document Israeli soldiers and demolition

In mainstream media, Israel can do no wrong

For decades, international media has painted the Palestinian struggle in terms of terrorism, while Israeli occupation, ethnic cleansing, and human rights violations against Palestinians are attributed to self-defence.

Dozens of people crowd toward the entrance of a checkpoint, waiting for Israeli military to open the gate.

Privilege of movement

Basic freedom of movement in Palestine—walking to the grocery store, driving to visit family, or flying internationally—depends on your nationality, race, and religion. As a Palestinian, you are denied these rights as others in your country move freely.

soldiers gather on the corner of a street in the old city of Hebron

Shams

Shams was just playing football, but for Israeli occupation soldiers that’s enough to detain, arrest, beat and threaten to death an 11-year-old child.

a landscape view of an Israeli settlement atop a hilltop. Several white buildings line the right side of a paved road.

Living close to settlements

Palestinian families living in proximity to illegal Israeli settlements experience constant threats against their lives.

A tunnel has been transformed into a checkpoint, with iron cages from one wall to the other and a turnstile on either side of the iron cage.

Caged In

An experience of life under occupation: closures, checkpoints, and harassment permeate every aspect of daily life

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