Boy and girl on donkey came first followed by other children and the military.
One girl is studying as she walks. It is exam time.
It has been a busy week here in the South Hebron Hills. Operation Dove asked us to take over a school run. Children from … Continue reading
As we reflect on 2014 and dream into the future, I wish to share two recent blogs from a Canadian Ecumenical Accompanier (EA; click here), Zoë. She provides insight into the beauty of the land in the West Bank and how it is being changed (click here … Continue reading
Agricultural entrepreneur Fayez Taneeb welcomes a visitor to his farm. Taneeb cultivates his land in the northern West Bank, in the Tulkarm area, which is known for its fertile soil. The day is sunny but windy, which is why he serves the tea indoors. A… Continue reading
Just south-west of Jerusalem, amidst the hills surrounding Bethlehem and right on the fringe of the green line, sits the Palestinian village of Battir. This year, Battir became Palestine’s second UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its tiered f… Continue reading
Here we go again. Friday morning started with making an incident report regarding a barley field that had been poisoned. The field belongs to a farmer from Susiya. Today it was to report on demolitions in towns not in our zone but Nassar thought we sho… Continue reading