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As the kindergarten in Tel Rumeida comes to completion, children are reminded of the constant hostilities against them by the neighbouring settlers. They are greeted every day by the graffiti “Death to Arabs” that has been sprayed at the entrance to the school. 66 more words
Violent attacks like these are hard for many to believe, but are common place in Hebron
On the evening of October 25, Mohammed, Ramsina and their 4 year old daughter Aya, parked their car near the Israeli settlement outpost of Givat Ha’avot in Hebron. 406 more words
Facts about the Al Rajabi building in Hebron and the humanitarian implications of a new settlement in Hebron.
You can download, print, and share our new fact sheet. 12 more words
An EAPPI human rights observer reflects on the mixed emotions felt day to day while witnessing life under occupation.
by Orla, October 9, 2013
As we left the scene, we noticed smoke coming from the fields behind the school and saw that the settlers had also set the olive groves on fire. 264 more words
On October 13 at 3:00 am, Israeli settlers cut down 70 olive trees belonging to Palestinians in the village of Qaryut.
“The trees are a very important income for us,” described Wsafe Jeaber, one of the Qaryut residents, “You don’t know how much I cried when I saw the trees; only wood and no olives. 65 more words