B'Tselem: Life in a Cave - Hebron

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cave_hebron.wmv (11.1mb)


Witnessed: 1665 times

Regions: Israel, Palestine

Tags: B'Tselem, btselem, Hebron, Palestinian, settlers, Shooting Back

In January 2007, B'Tselem launched "Shooting Back", a video advocacy project focusing on the Occupied Territories. We provide Palestinians living in high-conflict areas with video cameras, with the goal of bringing the reality of their lives under occupation to the attention of the Israeli and international public, exposing and seeking redress for violations of human rights. The Rashid family lives in a cave in the village of Haribat a-Nabi in the Southern Hebron Hills – right next to the Separation Barrier. In September 2007 the family made a video tape to introduce Israelis to their home and way of life. The tape also presents one of the children reading a letter to Israelis, and soldiers detaining farmers near the cave during the month of Ramadan, captured on film by the children. www.btselem.org

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