‘Where do I go now’? Questions asked in the wake of demolitions

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By the Yanoun team.

March 2nd, 2016: At 6:30 in the morning, fifteen Israeli soldiers and three bulldozers entered THE VILLAGE OF KHIRBET TANA in the east of Palestine. When they left two and a half hours later, most of the village, including the internationally funded school, was left in ruins.

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Studying for a better future under military pressure

By the Yanoun team, 

The as-Sawiyah al-Lubban School, in Nablus is just one of many schools in Palestine. It is one school of many to which students with school bags on their backs walk, run and bike every day. Some students do some last minute studying with their eyes focused on the pages of their books while walking the last hundred meters along Road 60, the main artery of the central West Bank, which runs outside the gates of the school.

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My street is a closed military zone!

By EA Ingrid, Hebron team, 

Amid escalating violence Palestinian school children continue to bear the brunt of harsh Israeli policies and prolonged military occupation. Since Oct 30th Israeli authorities have declared large parts of Shuhada Street and Tel Rumeida (H2) in Hebron’s city center a closed military zone. In this same area where several Palestinians were shot and killed during this fall; harassment and violence from settlers is commonplace.

4.11.15 Hebron Check Point 56 Children and teachers waiting too pass morning school run. Photo EAPPI/I. Stolpestad

4.11.15 Hebron Check Point 56 Children and teachers waiting too pass morning school run. Photo EAPPI/I. Stolpestad

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