On Friday, July 15th Youth Against Settlements brought together around 85 people including members of All That’s Left: Anti-Occupation Collective, participants in the Center for Jewish NonviolenceOccupation is not my Judaism” delegation, and others. The aim was to clear out an old factory on private Palestinian owned land in order to build a cinema on Tel Romeida, one of the most violent places in Hebron and thr02 CINEMA HEBRON (23) by A. Daniel Rothoughout the occupied territories. The cinema will be the first there in decades. During more than two hours, the volunteers from the community and around the world cleared much of the site. The #CinemaHebron project continues for the people living under occupation there, and the people standing with in solidarity from around the world.
You can read more about it in +972 MagazineThe Forward, HaaretzMaan, the JTA, More from The Forward and in this post and this one and this one.
Much of the day is chronicled in these photos and videos.


Work begins.



De-Arrest.



Pushed out.




But the singing continued, as it would all day.
But the singing continued, as it would all day.


The march through Hebron.


At the station.

Finally the march reached the police station and the singing and sit-in began.
Finally the march reached the police station and the singing and sit-in began.

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The six (with legal counsel) that were detained, smiling upon release after 7.5 hours.
The six (with legal counsel) that were detained, smiling upon release after 7.5 hours.