Hebron city center

1 January 2009 to 30 April 2010
1 Jun 2010

B'Tselem's annual report on human rights in the Occupied Territories, covering the 16-month period from January 2009 to April 2010. The report surveys the events since the beginning of Operation Cast Lead. One and a half years after the operation, the allegations regarding breaches of international humanitarian law by Israel and Hamas have yet to be properly investigated.

Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
10 Dec 2008

B'Tselem's annual report surveys a wide range of Israeli human rights violations in the OPT in 2008, until Operation Cast Lead. As house demolition and lack of law enforcement on violent settlers continued, Israel largely refrained from holding members of the security forces accountable for their actions.

Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
1 Dec 2007

According to the report, the number of Israelis and Palestinians killed in clashes in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip dropped. However, there has been deterioration in many other measures of the human rights situation in the Occupied Territories.

Israel's Separation Policy and Forced Eviction of Palestinians from the Center of Hebron
Joint report with The Association for Civil Rights in Israel
14 May 2007

Israel's policy of segregation in the center of Hebron led to the closing of at least 1,014 commercial establishments during the Intifada. At least 659 Palestinian families had to leave their homes. These are the finding of a new report issued today by B'Tselem and The Association for civil rights in Israel.

Settlements Cause Mass Departure of Palestinians
1 Aug 2003
Non-enforcement of the Law on Settlers: Hebron, 26-28 July 2002
24 Aug 2002
Vigilante Settlers and Israel's Non-Enforcement of the Law
23 Oct 2001
Human Rights in Hebron since the Massacre at the Cave of the Patriarchs
1 Sep 1995