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TRIVIA WITH A CAUSE – 6pm Fri 3 Feb., 2017

 Join us for an evening of fun, facts, delicious food and games – all for a good cause! Help Friends of Hebron pay the wages of  three early-childhood teachers working in the Old City of Hebron, as well as the … Continue reading

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Humanitarian agencies salute the work of Human Rights Defenders in Hebron on the occasion of International Human Rights Day

Jerusalem, 10 December 2015 “UNRWA teachers, social workers and mental health counsellors across the West Bank are reporting extremely high levels of stress and trauma. If no action is taken an entire generation of children and youth will be lost. … Continue reading

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AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): No safety for Palestinian children walking to school in Hebron

As the violence continues on the streets of Occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank, we need to keep in mind, first and foremost, that what is occurring in the West Bank is not a reaction to an incident that … Continue reading

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A Bird is not a Stone – an evening of poetry from Palestine

When:    6pm for 6:30 on Tuesday 21 July Where:   The Bush Music Hut @ Addison Road Centre 142 Addison Rd., Marrickville Map:       http://tinyurl.com/o84o2p7 Contemporary Palestinian Poetry –  in five languages with introductions by Sarah Irving, editor of “A … Continue reading

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Education under occupation

The 25th of February marks the anniversary of the massacre that took place at the Ibrahimi Mosque, in 1994, where 29 Palestinians were shot dead, and another 129 were left wounded. The massacre was committed by a Jewish doctor – an … Continue reading

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Trivia with a Cause

Help us raise money to support our education projects in Hebron and the surrounding areas. Trivia Night, Fri 30 Jan: http://tinyurl.com/hebrontrivia15 Bookings: http://tinyurl.com/booktrivia2015

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Living in the path of settlers

There is a military watch box on the roof of the Shamsiya house, making the roof a closed military zone and the family is forbidden to access it. For security reasons the Israeli military will search the house on a regular basis. On … Continue reading

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