The West Bank has several highways on which Palestinians are not allowed to travel, but in Hebron, even a main street divides the settlers and the local Palestinians.
This picture was taken on Monday on the Shuhada street in Hebron:
Segrageted Shuhada street in Hebron, February 2012 (photo: Hithabrut-Tarabut)
Note who gets the bigger part of the road… well, nobody in Hebron ever claimed that separate is equal.
A day of international solidarity with the Palestinian people of Hebron will take place on February 24. A protest march is planned, details [Hebrew] here.
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