Louis Bockner

Palestinians wait to be let through Israeli checkpoints. A soldier is visible through the rungs of the turnstile.

A Question of Humanity

After the death of Nasser Abu Hmaid, a Palestinian freedom fighter who had been denied cancer treatment while in an Israeli prison, much of the occupied West Bank went on strike. CPT volunteer Louis Bockner, who was in Hebron on Dec. 20, the day of his passing, reflects on that morning and the events that unfolded.

the gnarled truck of an olive tree sits in the foreground overlooking the cityscape of Hebron during the sunrise

If You Can Forget

Can peace be found beneath the cold sole of occupation? CPT volunteer Louis Bockner talks about the illusions of serenity in the ancient olive groves of Hebron.

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