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When it is illegal to use your front door: Freedom of movement in Al Khalil

by Andreas  23 February 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Al-Khalil (Hebron) is a divided city. As a result of the Oslo agreements negotiated in the 1990s – the people of Al Khalil became familiar with two new terms – H1 and H2. H1 refers to 80% of the city, which is officially under […]

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Settler Violence: Broken Glass on Shuhada Street

INTERNATIONAL SOLIDAITY MOVEMENT FEB 21 2012 by Silvia   Five years ago Abed Seder’s wife, Kefah, was shot five times in the chest by Israeli soldiers as she went onto her roof to check her water tank. She was 23 years old and left three sons motherless. He tells me his sons are afraid to […]

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Call for solidarity: Submit your photos for the liberation of Shuhada street

20 February 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Beginning this week local organizers in Al Khalil (Hebron), Hebron Defense Committee, and Youth Against Settlements have organized a series of events to commemorate the Baruch Goldstein Massacre and demand the re-opening of Shuhada Street, once the commercial heart of Al Khalil, now off limits to […]

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Call to Action ▶ Open Shuhada Street! – #OpenShuhadaSt

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Jan 15, 2012 Below the announcement more information about Shuhada Street “Youth Against Settlements” (website) invites you to participate in the 3rd annual Global Day of Action to Open Shuhada (Apartheid) Street! This year, Palestinian activists in Hebron are planning a week of activities to […]

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