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Khadrah tells what it's like to film settler attacks. Int'l Women's Day 2014

In November we drove out to the village of 'Asirah al-Qibliyah to visit three local women who volunteer in B'Tselem's camera project. The village is one of six subject to frequent settler...
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Khadrah tells what it's like to film settler attacks. Int'l Women's Day 2014

In November we drove out to the village of 'Asirah al-Qibliyah to visit three local women who volunteer in B'Tselem's camera project. The village is one of six subject to frequent settler violence. Khadrah's is our second interview in a series of three in connection with the forthcoming International Women's Day.During assaults by settlers, women are usually the ones at home to shield their children.B'Tselem's Camera Project has distributed over 25 video cameras to residents of the villages in the area and provided video training sessions to over 30 local women.Khadrah 'Abd al-Karim has been a B'Tselem camera volunteer for six years. In the following clip, she tells about the meaningful process she underwent since she first started filming.

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