Applies to CPTnet releases from Palestine projects
November 20th, 2012
A shopkeeper facing intimidation and the threat of vandalism lays claim to the peace intoned by those who want him gone.
November 6th, 2012
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Agnes Chan visited the old city of Hebron and the CPT office November 6 together with a UNICEF delegation to see first hand effects of the occupation on children and their education.
October 27th, 2012
A combination of legal maneuvers, government-aided settler encroachment and unhindered abuse threatens to dispossess 1,500 Palestinians in the South Hebron Hills.
October 24th, 2012
Shout with Bartimaeus the beggarâ€™s prayer for eyes blinded by occupation, opposition and domination to be opened to conciliation, mercy and hospitality. Let global witness demand no new settlement in Hebron, no added violence, exclusion and humiliation against any of Godâ€™s children there.
October 24th, 2012
CPT calls supporters around the world to ask their government officials to persuade Israeli authorities to prevent a new settlement in Hebron and avoid the associated violence and disruption to Palestinians that it would bring.
October 22nd, 2012
Harvesting olives can be a bruising experience -- but not every time.
October 20th, 2012
Soldiers go into crisis mode when they catch two young girls walking on the street they live on.
October 16th, 2012
Climbing two ladders to a rooftop and then passing through a hole in a wall to gain entry to their house is a daily experience of one Palestinian family living in Hebron. Can guilt and responsibility amid such absurdities reside in different people?
October 5th, 2012
Soldiers threatened collective punishment at a school after an alleged bottle throwing incident.
October 3rd, 2012
Prayers for Peacemakers, October 3, 2012
Ask that the Holy Spirit may move in Israeli and Palestinian peacemakers to persuade minds set on â€śsovereignty,â€ť exclusion and violence in Al-Khalil (Hebron) of the joyful possibilities of building constructive, mutually beneficial, neighborly relations instead.