Sunday, December 4 2016 Kafka in Area C read this important text by Yigal Bronner
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Sunday, November 20 2016 19 November, 2016 Umm al-Khair by David Shulman: 1. It’s a rainless winter, so far, in the South Hebron hills: cold, grey, stony, dry. We spend an hour with Ahmad and his herd just after dawn, whipped by the wind. They’re from Gawawis, just over the hill. Ahmad has a seven-month-old baby at home. Like many of the shepherds we know, he also has a modern cell phone, which he delights in showing us. He wants a radio—a modest wish, I think, for someone living the excruciating life of the shepherd on these rough slopes. […]
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Monday, October 24 2016 Get to know the people of the South Hebron Hills a wonderful new on-line project: Living Archive
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Friday, October 21 2016 Escorting children to school It’s quite absurd that 7 Palestinian children need 2-3 leftist and a Jeep full of soldiers to accompany them on their way to school. This is because the road that leads to school passes near the violent settlement of Havat-Maon. Apparently this is easier than actually solve the problem. Early Monday morning with Ta’ayush תעאיוש تعايش. First published on Facebook by Li Lorian.
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Monday, September 12 2016 Saturday, 10.9, Um al-Kheir On Saturday, 10.9.16, Ta’ayush, All That’s Left and Combatants For Peace activists, joined together in the residence of Um al-Kheir in the South Hebron Hills, and other Palestinians from the nearby communities, clearing up the rubble of the house demolitions Israel has done this last month.
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Sunday, September 4 2016 Demolitions in Um Al Khair Watch here
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Saturday, June 25 2016 Israel Demolishes Structures in Palestinian Village Despite written commitment not to enforce construction laws during the holy month, civil administration brings bulldozers to Susya. Read more
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Tuesday, April 26 2016 Taayush activity, Satrday, 23.4.16 | photo: Amir Bitan | Amitai Ben Abba: During Ta’ayush work on Saturday 4/23/2016, our friend Na’el was forbidden from accessing grazing land close to the Susya settlement. Civil Administration, police, and soldiers forced him out of the area, showing an outdated and irrelevant warrant, threatening him with arrest if he stays with his sheep on that thin stretch of barley. Being intimately familiar with the brutality of the occupation, Na’el chose to herd his sheep away, although his access to this land has been legally confirmed countless times before. […]
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