Opression

Palestine : Photos tell the story of Oppression

Palestine : Photos tell the story of Oppression



Israeli Border Police officers arrest a Palestinian youth during clashes in Jerusalem Saturday, Sept. 30, 2000. Clashes erupted across the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem in what Palestinian leaders said was a religious war over the disputed Jerusalem hilltop known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as Haram as-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)



A Palestinian woman tries to stop Israeli police from arresting a Palestinian youth for throwing stones at Israeli soldiers during clashes in East Jerusalem Saturday, Sept. 30, 2000. Clashes erupted across the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem in what Palestinian leaders said was a religious war over the disputed Jerusalem hilltop known to Jews as the Temple mount and to Muslims as Haram as-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary. (AP Photo/Daniel Shenken)



An Israeli border policeman detains a Palestinian during clashes in Abu Dis, an East Jerusalem Arab neighborhood September 29, 2000. At least four Palestinians were killed and more than 200 people were hurt in a second day of clashes with Israeli police at a bitterly contested holy site in Jerusalem. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters)



A Palestinian youth is arrested by Israeli soldiers after being captured and stripped from the mask that covered his face during clashes in the West Bank town of Bethlehem Friday Sept. 29, 2000. In Jerusalem Israel riot police broke into a sacred walled compound after Muslim noon prayers in asttempt to disperse hundreds of Palestinian stone throwers. Three Palestinians were killed and at least 96 ijured in the bloodiest clash in four years at the bitterly contested shrine. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)



A Palestinian youth is arrested by Israeli soldiers after being captured during clashes in the West Bank town of Bethlehem Friday Sept. 29, 2000. In Jerusalem Israel riot police broke into a sacred walled compound after Muslim noon prayers in an attempt to disperse hundreds of Palestinian stone throwers. Three Palestinians were killed and at least 96 ijured in the bloodiest clash in four years at the bitterly contested shrine. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)



Arab refugees stream from what was then Palestine on the road to Lebanon in northern Israel to flee fighting in the Galilee region in the Arab-Israeli war on Nov.4,1948. Palestinians exiled in 1948 and Jews exiled after the Romans sacked the Jewish Temple in A.D.70, both suffer from ancient wounds that obstruct the Mideast peace process.(AP Photo)



Undercover masked Israeli security forces detain a Palestinian man, center,
during clashes in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2000. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian
leader Yasser Arafat traveled to Paris Wednesday for U.S.-arranged talks
aimed at halting the carnage in the Mideast. (AP Photo/Eyal Warshavsky)



An undercover Israeli security man beats a Palestinian during clashes in the
east Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2000.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat
traveled to Paris Wednesday for U.S. arranged talks aimed at halting the
carnage in the Mideast. (AP Photo/Eyal Warshavsky)



An undercover masked Israeli security man detains a Palestinian boy, during
clashes in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber Wednesday, Oct.
4, 2000. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser
Arafat traveled to Paris Wednesday for U.S. arranged talks aimed at halting
the carnage in the Mideast. (AP Photo/Eyal Warshavsky)

Israeli undercover policemen, top, arrests a Palestinian demonstrator as Israeli border policemen, left, approach the scene during clashes in Jerusalem Saturday, Sept. 30, 2000. A gun battle erupted Saturday between masked Palestinians and Israeli troops, as rock throwing rioters clashed with Israeli soldiers across the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Jerusalem in what Palestinian leaders said was a religious war over the disputed Jerusalem hilltop known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as Haram as-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary. The violence followed Friday's Israeli storming of the shrine in which four Palestinians were killed. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

 



An Israeli undercover police officer subdues a Palestinian suspect during clashes in east Jerusalem's Old City after Friday prayers Dec. 15, 2000 . (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)



An Israeli undercover police officer punches a Palestinian stone thrower as another policeman holds him during his arrest, during clashes in east Jerusalem's Old City following noon prayers Friday Dec. 22, 2000. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)



Israeli border policemen detain a young Palestinian during stone-throwing clashes in east Jerusalem following Friday prayers at the nearby Al-Aqsa mosque compound Friday Dec. 15, 2000. Israel banned Muslim men under 35 from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound to prevent rioting there. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)



Not even they have the right to pray in Al-Aqsa ?
Israeli police detain a Palestinian man in east Jerusalem, Friday Dec. 15, 2000 during scuffles as crowds try to enter Jerusalem's Old City to attend prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound for the third Friday prayers of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Israel banned entry to Muslim men under 35, to keep young Palestinians out of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)



Israeli border police hold a Palestinian youth suspected of stone throwing as they arrest him during clashes in east Jerusalem's Old City following noon prayers Friday, Dec. 22, 2000. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)



Israeli police arrest a Palestinian suspect during clashes in east Jerusalem's Old City after Friday prayers, Dec. 15, 2000. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)



An Israeli soldier holds a Palestinian boy at a checkpoint in the West Bank town of Qalandia, north of Ramallah December 3, 2001. REUTERS/Ammar Awad



An Israeli soldier pushes a Palestinian boy at a checkpoint in the West Bank town of Qalandia, north of Ramallah December 3, 2001. REUTERS/Ammar Awad



An Israeli soldier scuffles with Palestinians at a checkpoint in the West Bank town of Qalandia, north of Ramallah December 3, 2001. Prime Minister Ariel Sharon headed back to Israel, after talks with President George Bush, to decide how to respond to Palestinian suicide attacks that killed at least 25 people. (Ammar Awad/Reuters)



An Israeli border policeman (R) brandishes a stun hand grenade as he yells at a Palestinian telling him to close his shop and return home when a brief scuffle broke out between an Israeli settler and a Palestinian in the Israeli-controlled sector in the West Bank city of Hebron November 27, 2000. (Jim Hollander/Reuters)



Israeli police escort arrested Palestinians during clashes at the Lions Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem December 22, 2000. U.S. mediated talks between Israel and Palestinians are in crisis and negotiators trying to halt 12 weeks of violence at a secluded airbase in Washington almost came to blows, a senior Palestinian official said on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews



An Israeli Border Police officer holds a Palestinian (L) by the neck as they argue at a roadblock in Bethlehem at the entrance to Jerusalem December 8, 2000. The Palestinian wanted to attend Friday Ramadan prayers at al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and was refused entry. Violent clashes broke out in Jerusalem and other Palestinian West Bank towns following the second Friday noon prayers in the Moslem holy month of Ramadan on a day called by Palestinians to also mark the anniversary of the start of the first "Intifada" in December 1987. REUTERS/Jim Hollander



Palestinian policemen struggle with Palestinian youths as they start to remove dozens of stone throwers from the Karni border crossing with Israel to prevent serious clashes with Israeli soldiers on October 28, 2000. Israeli-Palestinian clashes entered their second month as Palestinians buried their latest victims of running street battles with Israel in the West Bank and Gaza that have left peace efforts in tatters. (Reinhard Krause/Reuters)



Israeli security forces arrest a Palestinian boy during clashes in the Old City of Jerusalem near the Lions Gate, October 6, 2000. Police shot and wounded at least 27 Palestinians during clashes with stone-throwers in East Jerusalem after Muslim Friday prayers, witnesses said, and at least 24 Israeli police officers were wounded, during what Muslim militants called a 'Day of Rage' over Jerusalem. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters)



YEAREND PICTURES 2000 - An Israeli Border Policeman and a Palestinian (R) scream at each other face-to-face in the Old City of Jerusalem October 13, 2000 as the Palestinian is refused entry to the al-Aqsa mosque for Friday prayers. Israeli security forces prevented thousands of Palestinians from attending Friday prayers. REUTERS / Amit Shabi



A Palestinian, with his shirt torn off, is arrested by Israeli border policemen during clashes in Jerusalem's Old City, December 22, 2000. U.S. mediated peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians are in crisis and negotiators trying to halt 12 weeks of violence at a secluded airbase outside Washington almost came to blows, a senior Palestinian official said on Friday. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters)



Israeli soldiers arrest a Palestinian boy who was throwing stones at Israeli policemen investigating the site where an ultra-Orthodox Jewish man was stabbed in the back, at Jerusalem's Old City July 30, 2001. The man was seen staggering towards the Damascus Gate after being stabbed. REUTERS/Ammar Awad



Humiliation
An Israeli border police officer holds a Palestinian's arm after checking The man's ID outside Damascus gate in Jerusalem's Old City, Friday, April 20, 2001 (AP Photo/Rikard Larma)



An elderly Palestinian man argues with an Israeli soldier to enter Jerusalem through a checkpoint between Jerusalem and the West Bank town of Bethlehem Friday Dec. 8, 2000. Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza were banned from prayers at the Al Aqsa Mosque compound to mark the second Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)





































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