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Losses continue to pile up for Abu Haikel family on Tel Rumeida

The family’s cherished almond and cherry orchards are a thing of the past; only a few straggling trees survived the bulldozers of the Israeli Antiquities Authorities (IAA) in the last year. On 31 December 2014, the Abu Haikel family had … Continue reading

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From the Tel Rumeida CPTnet Archives: March-April 1996 Updates

In 1996, CPT’s Hebron team began sending out “Updates,” a collection of brief anecdotes and conversations that did not merit a full release, but which offered a glimpse into life as the team was experiencing it in Hebron.  Below are … Continue reading

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From the Tel Rumeida CPTnet Archives: November 1995 “After the Rabin Assassination”

Yigal Amir’s assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on 4 November 1995 dramatically changed the work of the Hebron team.  Amir turned out to have been one of the key organizers of the Saturday afternoon street thuggery in Hebron, so … Continue reading

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From the Tel Rumeida CPTnet Archives “Israeli soldiers fail to protect three young children from settler attack.”

From the Tel Rumeida CPTnet Archives Another posting to illustrate what an expansion of the Israeli settlement enterprise will mean to the residents of Tel Rumeida.  Changes in the organization over the last eighteen years probably would have resulted in … Continue reading

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From the Tel Rumeida CPTnet Archives: “Soldiers do nothing while settlers stone 4-year-old and 5-year-old children”

Another posting from our archives. Since 1995, the struggles of the families living in Tel Rumeida have featured prominently in our releases. Accordingly, to show our readers what the new settlement expansion on Tel Rumeida means–what it means to have … Continue reading

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