The Israeli military arrested 16-year-old Palestinian 'Ahd Tamimi, seen here in 2010, during a night raid earlier this week following an incident in which she confronted Israeli infantry troops near her home in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh.
Sometimes, don't shoot.
These girls soccer / Two girls from the Abu Al-Qi’an family showing their prized soccer ball to a visitor. Israeli authorities forced the family to destroy their own home in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran in the Negev/Naqab Desert, and displaced them to the impoverished government-built township of Hura where they now live in makeshift tin structures. The state is seeking to demolish Umm al-Hiran in order to build a new Jewish town called Hiran on its ruins. Shot for Adalah.
Israeli military forces shot dead Palestinian activist Basel Al-Araj in a house near the West Bank city of Ramallah early on the morning of 6 March, 2017. Israeli forces had been pursuing Al-Araj since he was released from Palestinian prison last September. (Ma’an News Agency) In photo: Israeli police forcibly remove Al-Araj from an Israeli bus in Jerusalem during the 2011 Palestinian Freedom Riders protest.
Hebron on Fire / “Abd al-Kareem al-Jabari, a 59-year-old Palestinian ironworker, lives sandwiched between Kiryat Arba and the neighboring settlement of Givat Ha’avot, on land that has been in his family for generations. Since building his house in 1998, he says, his family has endured repeated attacks. Israeli settlers, he says, have thrown stones at them, burned their trees, stabbed his 10-year-old son in the stomach and beaten his 11-year-old son in the face, damaging his eye.”
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Images of one family's preparations for a home demolition
(Photographed for Adalah / Exhibited in Brussels 25-26 January, 2017)
'No Place Like Home': Adalah participates in seminar and photo exhibit in Brussels focusing on forced displacement of Palestinians as a central issue in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.