Two independent journalists were among the Israeli demonstrators arrested in Hebron, during a protest to mark 22 years since the Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre. Photos by Oren Ziv, text by Yael Marom Police arrested 12 Israeli activists on Saturday afternoon during a protest in Hebron marking 22 years since the Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre. According to the police, the arrests took place after the Israelis entered H1, the area of Hebron under the control of the Palestinian Authority, where Israelis cannot legally enter. Among those arrested were two independent Israeli journalists, working for Israel Social TV and the Alternative Information Center, respectively. Four…Read More... | 2 Comments
Cave of the Patriarchs
IDF re-segregates main road leading to Cave of the Patriarchs, two years after it ostensibly put an end to the policy. Israeli human rights group B'Tselem announced Thursday that the Israeli military has renewed segregation between Jews and Palestinians on the main street leading to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron since January. The military does not allow Palestinians to use the main part of the street and forces Palestinians to use a narrow, unpaved and rough pedestrian passageway. According to B'Tselem, this policy had been previously implemented between September 2012 to March 2013. It was was temporarily stopped…Read More... | 6 Comments
Streets for Jews only, shuttered stores, spitting, throwing stones and daily harassment by soldiers and settlers alike. Since terrorist Baruch Goldstein committed a massacre at the Cave of the Patriarchs 20 years ago today, the situation of Palestinians in Hebron has only deteriorated. By Einat Fishbain / 'The Hottest Place in Hell' Read this post in Hebrew here Nobody, not even Abraham himself could convince the Palestinians of Hebron that Baruch Goldstein -- many of them insist on calling him “the doctor” and sometimes even “professor” -- acted alone. Moaz Jaabari, who was an 11-year-old boy when his father was…Read More...
Jewish activists arrested for protesting against segregation in Hebron on day when national-religious Jews descend on the city to mark Abraham's biblical purchase of the Cave of the Patriarchs. Text by Michael Omer-Man Photos by Oren Ziv/Activestills.org Israeli police arrested seven Jewish activists from Israel and the Diaspora in the segregated city of Hebron on Friday for holding signs that read, "Segregation is not our Judaism." The activists, from a group called All That's Left, went to Hebron on the eve of Shabbat Chayei Sarah, which is when the Torah portion of the same name is read. Religious-nationalist Jews descend…Read More... | 40 Comments
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