Tag archive for "settler violence"

Legal Work

RHR legal success: Settler encroaching on private Palestinian land to be removed

No Comments 27 April 2016

On April 11th, RHR achieved an important milestone in a seven year struggle to return to Palestinians from Kariyut the lands taken over by a settler from Shilo. In her ruling, the judge gave credence to Kariyut’s claim that their ability to access or defend their lands had been severely curtailed because of settler guns and army roadblocks.

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Legal Work, Occupied Territories, Press Releases

RHR statement on recent arrest of Jewish terror cell

1 Comment 20 April 2016

The Shin Bet today announced the arrest of six settlers and a soldier suspected of attacking Palestinians in the West Bank. RHR responds: Continue Reading

Field Reports, Legal Work, Occupied Territories


No Comments 10 April 2016

On April 4th, extremist settlers from Itamar came down in the direction of the Palestinian farmers who had entered their farmlands in coordination with the Israeli army. The settlers approached the farmers in a threating manner. However, the farmers were accompanied by IDF forces who prevented the extremists from getting near the Palestinians or harming them.

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Legal Work, Occupied Territories, Press Releases

WATCH: Violent settler attempts to attack Palestinian, threatens children & activists

No Comments 23 March 2016

An Israeli resident of the South Hebron Hills was filmed by a Ta’ayush activist as he attempted to attack an elderly Palestinian shepherd, threatened to butcher his children at night, and called to hang human rights activists.

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Field Reports, Occupied Territories

With RHR’s assistance, Palestinian farmers from Sinjil successfully plough their lands

No Comments 08 March 2016

Yesterday, farmers from the Palestinian village of Sinjil successfully plowed their lands near the Givat HaRoeh settler outpost.  Although this is an area that doesn’t require coordination, the farmers needed to arrange for army protection. In previous years settlers have blocked tractors when the farmers have tried to work on their own.  Continue Reading

Occupied Territories

Palestinians report ax thrown by extremist settler at Palestinian car

1 Comment 10 February 2016

Palestinians have reported that an extremist settler threw an ax at a Palestinian car today near Karnei Shomron. The car window was smashed, and there were no injuries.

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General, Occupied Territories

Donate an olive tree to a Palestinian farmer – $10 buys one sapling!

1 Comment 19 January 2016

Donate olive trees to Palestinian farmers living under the threat of Jewish extremism and help sow seeds of hope and justice! Just $10 for one sapling!


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Field Reports, Occupied Territories

More olive tree uprooting in the village of Luban

1 Comment 18 January 2016

Just last month we reported about a family who was threatened by extremists carrying a gun as they attempted to plant trees on their own land. The extremists destroyed the trees after the family left, and threatened to do it again the following day when RHR staff was present. Continue Reading

Occupied Territories

Tree nursery previously robbed by Israeli settlers, demolished by the army

1 Comment 14 January 2016

Yesterday (January 13 2016) morning, the Israeli army destroyed a tree nursery in the occupied territories which had previously been the subject of a Channel 2 report exposing , with the help of RHR,  footage of Israelis stealing from it night after night without any police action. The video and coverage (Hebrew) of the previous theft can be viewed here Continue Reading

General, Press Releases

State seeks legalization of outpost where Duma murder was reportedly planned

No Comments 03 January 2016

The state failed last week to submit its latest response to a petition submitted by Rabbis for Human Rights on behalf of a Palestinian family whose land and property was stolen by extremists who used intimidation and violence in order to achieve the theft. Continue Reading

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