Israeli settlers marched from the Kiryat Arba settlement to Hebron, protesting against the Israeli government's refusal to allow them to enter two houses, Beit HaShalom and Beit HaMachpela, they allegedly bought in the disputed West Bank city.
Kiryat Arba and Hebron's controversial Rabbis Dov Lior and Rabbi Moshe Levinger alongside members of the religious Zionist community inaugurated a synagogue to mark Hebron Day on a Hilltop outside Kiryat Arba. Kiryat Arba, Israel. 13/05/2010
Woman and her children PAG near an Israeli army patrol near the Aroub refugee camp near where the witness the street from the camp, which connects the settlements of Kiryat Arba to Jerusalem threw stones at settlers' cars on a daily basis.
Right wing Israelis demonstrated against the arrest of Kiryat Arba Chief Rabbi Dov Lior, due to his approval of the controversial book "Torat Hamelech" which allegedly which justifies the killing of non-Jews. Jerusalem, Israel. 27th June 2011
Dozens of Jews assemble in Kiryat Arba near the grave of Dr. Baruch Goldstein, a doctor who killed 29 Palestinian Muslims in the Cave of the Patriarchs on the eve of Purim of 1994, and was subsequently murdered by the Palestinians.
A publication has been distributed throughout Jerusalem to warn people of the prisoners that were released, and to be on the lookout for them as they were originally arrested on terrorism charges. That fear still remains. Israel. 28th October 2011
DMTX. Thousands of Israelis gathered at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron for a ceremony celebrating the caves inclusion on the Likud governments list of Jewish national heritage sites. Hebron, Israel. 01/04/2010
A small number of protesters from London Rhymes with Palestine, gathered outside G4S headquarters in London. G4S Israeli security are alleged to have used torture methods on Arafat Jaradat, who died in Israeli custody.
Some 500 protesters gathered on the 25th Feb, marking the 18th anniversary of the closure of Shuhada street by the Israeli army in 1994 following the Hebron mosque massacre by Baruch Goldstein, an Israeli settler, killing 29 Palestinian worshipers.
Jewish settlers from the settlements of Gush Etzion and Kiryat Arba wave Israeli flags as they gather on Route 60, mainly used by settlers, near the Palestinian village of Al-Khader in the occupied West Bank.