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A New Road Barrier to Close the Main Entrance of the Town of Beit Ummar

Israeli occupation authorities issued a military order calling for the confiscation of a piece of land in the town of Beit Ummar north of the city of Hebron. The declared

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Re-opening of Bani Na’im roads: ease of restrictions or prelude to further settlement?

Bani Na'im, Hebron: a Jalajel road  after re-opening   On February 14th, 2009, the Israeli occupation forces lifted all the roads barrier that were blocking the entrances to Bani Na'im

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Israeli Occupation Forces Close the Last Breathing Gate for the Palestinian Communities of Al Ram and Dhahiyat Al Barid

While the national and international attention is being focused on the Israeli Holocaust in the Gaza Strip, the Commander of the Israeli occupation forces in the West Bank, Ghadi Shamni

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Under security pretext, Israeli army closes all Kafr Qaddum entrances

On December 30th, 2008, the Israeli occupation army closed with earth mounds and rocks all the entrances leading to Kafr Qaddum town, Qalqiliay governorate, as a collective punishment after an

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The closure of neighborhoods and businesses in Hebron’s Old City

Hebron is the biggest city in the West Bank, second to occupied East Jerusalem. It has more than 170.000 Palestinian inhabitants. A part from this, it is home to about

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Israeli Occupation Prevents Asphalting Wadi Abu Rajab Road in Halhul

Introduction: Al Hawawer Road (dubbed Road 2 on the map) used to be the main northern road that connects between the governorate of Hebron and the governorates of Bethlehem and

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The Israeli Water Company Stops Supplying Water to the Town of Yatta

The Israeli Water Company (a.k.a. Makarot) has cut off the water supply to the town of Yatta in the beginning of October 2008. The company has done so under the

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Israeli Occupation Army block Azzun Al Shamaliya village’s main entrances

On the 23rd of October, 2008 Israeli occupation forces closed down the main entrance to the town of Azzoun Al Shamaliya located north of it. The forces placed earthmounds all

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The Illusion of Israeli Closures Removal
” The Case of Ras Al Joura Closure – Hebron “

Introduction: In the shadow of the mounting Israeli media campaign regarding easing movement for Palestinians, Israeli occupation forces declared the opening of a closure in Hebron to allow access of

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Israeli Occupation Renews the Closure of Dozens of Shops in Al Shuhada Street

  Israeli occupation forces welded shut on the 3rd of September, 2008, the doors of 40 Palestinian shops in Al Shuhada Street in the heart of the City of Hebron.

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The Closure of Kafl Haris’s village Entry Points with Earthmounds & the Increase of Colonists’ Attacks against Religious Sites

On the 2nd of July, 2008 a group of colonists threw stones at Palestinians houses in thevillage of Kafl Haris while they were 'visiting' a religious shrine in the village.

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Israeli Occupation Forces Removes an earthmound at Al Fahs and Adds a New gate at Wadi Al Harriya

Prelude: After the lastest visit of the Quartet’s Special Middle East Peace Envoy, Mr. Tony Blair, to the occupied Palestinian territories, Israeli occupation authorities declared its intention to lift three

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The Closure of Northern Azzun’s remaining entrances

The Israeli Occupation Authorities continued for the second week of February 2008 closing the entrance of Northern Azzun located to the east of Qalqilyah City with earth mounds. Beginning of

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Complete Paralysis of Halhul’s Daily Activities upon Israel’s Closure of Halhul’s northern entrance

Al Hawawer Road is considered to be the northern main entrance for the Governorate of Hebron. It is located north of the town of Halhul and it connects Halhul with

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The Closure of Hebron City’s Western Entrance

Introduction: Bir Al Mahjar-Beit Kahil road (locally known as Beit Kahil Bridge) is considered the only western entrance to the city of Hebron after the Israeli Occupation Forces completely closed

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It is happening while the World stands still
” Gaza, Siege, and Blockade: Illegal “Collective Punishments””

The 19th September 2007 Gaza Strip was declared by the Israeli Cabinet a 'Hostile Entity'; the announcement led directly to the closure of the Strip for 'security reasons'. Gaza Strip

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Israeli Occupation Forces closes the Northern Entrance of the Azzun Al Shamaliyya town

Type of Violation: Closing the main entrance of a Palestinian Village with roadblocks and sand.     Location of Violation: Azzun Al Shamaliya village's main entrance located parallel to the

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Azzun’s village main entrance blocked

(photo1 : Azzun- Qalqiliya: cement blocks placed by the Israeli army at the village entrance on August 19th, 2007)     On August 19th, 2007, the Israeli occupation forces closed

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Closing of all the local agricultural roads in Deir Al Ghusun town

The Israeli occupation army continue to close all the agricultural roads that link the town of Deir Al Ghusun with its agricultural land, on one hand, and with the only

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Farmers of Ar ras village denied access to their lands

(Photo 1: Ar ras village-Tulkarem: the closed agricultural Wall Gate to the west of the village) The Israeli occupation authorities recently began to impose more restrictions on the movement of

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Palestinian farmers denied access to lands isolated behind the path of the Wall

The Israeli occupation forces started at the beginning of last month to prevent Kafr Laqif's farmers, Qalqiliya, from accessing into their agricultural lands separated behind the Segregation Wall. More than

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Closing of agricultural roads in Kafr Qaddum village

(Photo 1: A resident of Kafr Qaddum standing atop a pile of rocks blocking an agricultural road in the village )   As part of the Israeli occupation's policy of

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Closure of an agricultural Wall gate threatens the olive-picking season in Far’un village

Photo1: Far'un, Tulkarem: an olive orchard field is threatened by the closure of gate number 708 seen in the forefront of the picture)     The Israeli occupation forces informed the

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Tightening of closure measures in Tulkarem and Nablus governorates

Photo 1: Palestinian vehicles queuing at Beit Iba checkpoint to the west of Nablus   The Israeli Occupation forces (IOF) continue to tighten their closure measures on the northern West

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Israeli cantonization measures in Tulkarem governorate continue un-abated

  Photo 1:  barbed wires besieging the Enav checkpoint on the main road between Tulkarem and Nablus     The Israeli occupation army has recently intensified its policy of the