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Prayers for Peacemakers, 22 February 2017

Prayers for Peacemakers, 22 February 2017

This year marks fifty years of the illegal Israeli military occupation of Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem and the life of apartheid for Palestinians. 23 years ago, an Israeli settler Baruch Goldstein killed 29 Palestinians during their morning prayers in Hebron / Al-Khalil. In commemoration of this Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre, and the following closure of Shuhada Street for entry of Palestinians, the Hebron community has been organizing an annual action since 2010. 

For this year’s commemoration, partners of the CPT Hebron team have asked CPT to provide an on-ground presence, as well as encourage other actions of solidarity around the world. 

Girl and Poster about Shuhada Street

Please pray for all the Palestinian women, men and children who stand up for their rights even despite the daily oppression that they face. Pray for the relatives of the victims of the Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre and other members of the Hebron community that they find justice and freedom to pray without fear, to move around their city without restrictions and to live and flourish in peace.

Learn about different ways to take action in order to support the struggle of the Hebron community --> Take action

AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) A week in photos February 14-20

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21 February 2017

 AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) A week in photos February 14-20

 
 

"Dismantle the Ghetto, Take Settlers Out of Hebron"


Pictured here: After Friday prayers, Palestinians gathered outside the Ibrahimi Mosque to promote the campaign "Dismantle the Ghetto, Take Settlers Out of Hebron", which calls for Right to Life and Freedom of Movement. This campaign commemorates the 23rd anniversary of the Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre and subsequent closure of Shuhada Street. An action will be taking place on February 24th and CPT Hebron has been asked by their partners to be present on the ground and the extended CPT community have been requested to stand in solidarity in their respective communities.

 (February 17, 2017)


AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) A week in photos February 7-February 13

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14 February 2017

AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) A week in photos  February 7-February 13

 

Education Disrupted

Pictured here: On two mornings this week, as children tried to pass through the checkpoints to go to school, soldiers delayed them by turning the turnstile on and off. This trapped the children on the inside of the checkpoint and even within the turnstile itself. On this particular morning over a dozen children were delayed after the turnstile was stopped on four separate occasions. 
 
(February 8, 2017)
 

AL-KHALIL (HEBRON): CPT Palestine January 2017 Newsletter--A Method to the Madness, UNICEF visit to Tel-Rumeida, and more..

 

CPT Palestine Newsletter - January 2017
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A Method to the Madness

The Occupation of the Palestinian Territories has been in existence for the past fifty years.  There are numerous daily reminders to a Palestinian how this Occupation has wreaked havoc on their lives and the lives of their children.  Few Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza are old enough to know what it is to walk freely without Id checks, without fear of being detained, arrested, having ones home broken into by soldiers and/or settlers, or just being able to move freely in their own town, let alone travel easily out of town.

The checkpoint is one of the most egregious obstacles in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and is a constant reminder to the Palestinian of their lack of ability to navigate  through the town freely without having to pass through a metal detector at least once or twice a day on their way to work, school, shopping or just to visit a friend... Read more



AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) A week in photos January 31- February 6

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7 February 2017

AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) A week in photos January 31- February 6

 

Soldiers breach Hebron Protocol

Pictured here: From 9:50pm until 12am five Israeli soldiers entered the H1 area of Hebron, which is under the control of the Palestinian Authority according to the Hebron Protocol. On this night they stopped 19 cars, one motorbike and ID checked 21 men. Two of these men were held for one hour and made to stand outside in the cold. The current paratroopers do regular ID checks and car searches, however, entering H1 breaches their own agreement with the Palestinian Authority. Read more...
 
(February 1, 2017)