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Firing Zone 918 - Their home is no firing zone!

What if someone were to barge into your home, declare it a military training zone and evict you? That's the case for some 1000 Palestinians in the South Hebron Hills.

By Hook and by Crook

The video illustrates the methods used to take over land of the Bil’in village for the settlement Modi’in Illit.

One Big Prison

Sience 2001, Israel has severely restricted freedom of movement to and from the Gaza Strip. These restrictions further strangled the Gaza Strip, so much so that the area resembles one gigantic prison.

Means of Expulsion

Israel's attempts to expel some one thousand Palestinians who have maintained the way of life of their ancestors in the southern Hebron hills.

Security forces’ violence harms us all

A short animated film, made by Alon Simon, launched as part of an internet campaign to illustrate the poisonous impact of the norms of violence common among soldiers in the Occupied Territories.

Gaza: An Inside Look

Following Operation Cast Lead, B'Tselem gathered 15 young volunteers in Gaza, gave them video cameras, and asked them to document everyday life around them. Here are the results

Lift siege on Gaza

A short animated film, by Alon Simon, released by B'Tselem one year after Operation Cast Lead as part of a public campaign demanding that Israel lift its siege on the Gaza Strip.

Arrested Development

An interactive map, animated features and a video demonstrate the negative long-term impact of the Separation Barrier on Palestinian West Bank communities.

East Jerusalem: Six Voices

n this innovative project, B’Tselem and the Guardian gave six Palestinians and Israelis cameras to create video diaries of their lives in occupied East Jerusalem, under the shadow of the settlement enterprise. The diaries offer a glimpse into the impact of the volatile reality on their lives. This is one aspect of B’Tselem’s video project, in which the organization has given some 200 Palestinian families cameras to document violations of their rights.