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Internal Security: July 14, 2012‎

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Ta’ayush activists claim that even when complaints are backed up by photographs, the Judea and Samaria police do not pursue investigations against settlers. For example, the Judea and Samaria police announced that for lack of evidence, it was closing a complaint against two settlers for trespassing and damaging a car belonging to a Palestinian Susya resident. The incident was recorded on video and the names of the alleged attackers are known.

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July 14th, 2012 at 5:34 pm

Military and Security Forces: January 2‎‏1‏‎, 2012‎

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The IDF blocked all access roads to the [Palestinian] Shaab El Butum villages in the south of Mt. Hebron with stone blocks and earth mounds. The only road open to the Palestinian residents of the area passes close to the Avigail outpost, which they claim is dangerous for them.

(Hebrew)

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January 21st, 2012 at 11:24 pm

Closed Society: July 27, 2011

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A group of veiled men of the illegal settlement Havat Maon, in South Mount Hebron, assaulted activists of the Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) . One activist suffered head injury.

(Hebrew)

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July 27th, 2011 at 3:35 pm

Military and Security Forces: 16th December, 2010

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Enforcers of the Civil Administration sealed 11 water holes, used by Palestinians in the south Hebron Mountain area. The Administration explained the sealing by claiming they were illegally dug and did not have permits. Some of the water holes precede the existence of Israel. (Hebrew)

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December 17th, 2010 at 9:45 am

Closed Society: 25 November, 2010

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The Civil Administration has issued a demolition order for a taboun oven belonging to Bedouins living in Umm Al-Heir, in South Hebron Mountain. The taboun serves 12 families which live at that location, and the Civil Administration’s action was taken after a long campaign of pressure on behalf of residents of the nearby settlement, “Carmel”. (Hebrew)

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November 25th, 2010 at 5:07 am