Monthly Archives: March 2012

When ‘flexing muscle’ means terrorizing children

The Golani Brigade left Hebron last week and a collective sigh of relief passed through the town. The Golani are famous for being tough on the civilian Palestinian population, and there was some hope that the violations administered by the … Continue reading

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‘Wicked’ doesn’t come close to describing how great this van is.

13/03/2012 The village of Um al Khair is a small, Bedouin community survives in spite of the high levels of insecurity it faces due the occupation and the harassment of the settlers from the Karmel settlement. Some of the Bedouin … Continue reading

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When the ‘daily grind’ doesn’t refer to your favourite coffee joint

The bleakness of the situation here {in Hebron} is further exacerbated by the settler violence that occurs under the ‘watchful’ eye of the military that is deployed here to maintain security. In 2011, when settlers tried to burn down the … Continue reading

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