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Hebron Roadblocks - Are These On The Road Map?

June 14, 2003
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Is this on the Road Map?
Dirt roadblocks bulldozed around Hebron

CAPTION: roadblocks cut off south end of el-manara

HEBRON, WEST BANK -- At night on Thursday, June 12, the Israeli army dug deep holes in all the streets leading into the El-Manara vegetable market in Hebron and amassed huge piles of rubble closing off all roads into the area.

Roadblocks also were plowed onto heavily used streets in other sections of Hebron. The Israeli bulldozers severed water pipes and electrical wires in the process in the densely populated areas.

CAPTION: chris and greg at new roadblock to el-manara

CPTers took photos of the damaged areas on Friday, June 13. Photos are posted to Club Photo on the CPT Web site under the title: "Dirt Roadblocks around Hebron". Photos of our projects may be viewed at:
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The CPT photography credits go to: Kristin Anderson, Chris Brown and Greg Rollins.

CAPTION: kristin and chris look over dug up road

CAPTION: dug up road

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CAPTION: water from broken pipe collected in hole in road

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