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Soldiers drag 8-year-old from house to house in Hebron for over an hour, in search of stone-throwers in Hebron

On 19 March 2017, around midday, eight-year-old Sufian Abu Hitah was wandering barefoot outside his house in Hebron looking for a toy he had lost, when a group of at least 15 soldiers sei...
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The occupation in Hebron: Border police undertake lineup of Palestinian children for benefit of settlers

At about 3:00 P.M. on 10 August 2016, a fight broke out between Palestinian and settler children in the Old City of Hebron. Border Police forces broke up the fight and detained two of the...
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Soldiers gather children in Hebron neighborhood, photograph them and release them

On Tuesday, 24 May 2016, at around 7:30 P.M., several dozen soldiers came to the Jaber neighborhood in Hebron. The neighborhood lies along the road settlers call “Worshipers’ Route” as th...
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Hebron settlers hold mass Sabbath dinner; Israeli military takes over nearby Palestinian homes to secure the celebration

At 2:00 A.M. on Thursday, 24 November 2016, soldiers came to the home of the Abu Munshar family in Jabal a-Rahma, a neighborhood overlooking the Old City of Hebron. The soldiers woke the ...
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Separation policy in Hebron: Military renews segregation on main street; wide part – for Jews, narrow, rough side passage – for Palestinians

Video footage, February 2015: Border Police implement Separation Policy in Hebron. Footage: Manal al-Ja’bri, B'Tselem In January 2015, B'Tselem learned that the Israeli military had renew...
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Settlers assault a Palestinian videographer, Hebron, May 2016

On 4 May 2016 Raed Abu a-Rmeileh, a former B’Tselem camera volunteer, tried to film settlers using a dog to harass Palestinian girls. One settler hit Abu a-Rmeileh on the head, knocking h...
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Soldiers repeatedly harass B’Tselem volunteers’ family in Hebron, threaten wrongful arrest of teen son

Narmin and Mahmoud Abu Haya volunteer with B’Tselem’s camera project. They live in Hebron, near the Israeli settlement of Beit Hadassah, with their four children, aged 2 to 14 year. The r...
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Int'l Human Rights Day 2015 - Untenable Reality in Hebron

Today is Intern’l Human Rights Day, marking the UN’s adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, that states all people deserve life, security, liberty, equality and dignity. O...
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Video: Ice Cream at Hebron checkpoint

The severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinians in the vicinity of the settlements in Hebron encourage the arbitrary and regular harassment of the residents. B'Tselem volunteer Ra...
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Soldiers detain developmentally disabled child, Hebron, Oct. 2014

On 19 Oct. 2014 soldiers briefly detain developmentally disabled Palestinian boy. A-Rajbi is a month shy of 12, the age of criminal responsibility. Detained after Palestinian children thr...