In PicturesIn VideoReportIN PICTURES: Jewish activists join citizens of Umm el-Kheir on Human Rights Day

IN PICTURES: Jewish activists join citizens of Umm el-Kheir on Human Rights Day

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The people of Umm el-Kheir, a Palestinian village in the southern West Bank, live under the constant threat of demolitions carried out by Israeli forces, as well as harassment from the army and settlers. On International Human Rights Day, residents and activists spoke about the struggle to access basic rights under occupation.

My video article from Umm el-Kheir on International Human Rights Day, published on +972 Magazine and Jewish Voice for Peace:

 

Pictures by Masih Sadat/The Turban Times:


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24, Danish by birth, Afghan by blood. Studying Hebrew, Middle Eastern Studies at Copenhagen University. My main focus is on Israel and the Palestinians, with an emphasis on Israeli society, history, and culture, in addition to own travel stories.

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