Give thanks that at the end of the school year, the Israeli military allowed the children of the Saraya kindergarten to walk on the paved portion of the segregated path that runs by the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron. In March, Israeli Border Police arrested two CPTers because the team had been advocating for the childrenâ€™s right to walk on the paved side of the fence where settlers walk, rather than the more hazardous, rubble-strewn side.
CPTer performs his favorite accompaniment duty on the paved side of the apartheid fence.
Pictured here: A Palestinian journalist takes a photo of Israeli soldiers during the weekly settler tour of Hebron's Old City. Monitoring the tour through cameras is one of the ways Palestinians have found for deterring some of the violence and aggression from settlers and soldiers. (14/05/2015)
Pictured here: This little girl, her mother and three older brothers received a 3:00 a.m. wake up call when a group of Israeli soldiers raided their home and turned it upside down to 'look for guns.' (05/06/2015)
Pictured here: Border Police stop even young children and check their school bags as they pass through the checkpoints on their way to school. The rights of children are constantly violated in this Occupation. (29/05/2015)