Confidential Report Based on 20 Years of Monitoring Claims: Israel Regularly Breaks International Law in Hebron

The international monitoring force, recognized by Israel, disputes land ownership of settlers, slams restrictions on movement and worship, and says 'normal life' is nowhere to be found in the West Bank city

Uri Blau
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An international observatory task force established two decades ago to monitor the divided West Bank city of Hebron has produced its most exhaustive and damning internal report on Israel’s actions in the city, according to people with access to the report who spoke with Haaretz on condition of anonymity. This is the first time a report by the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) is revealed in the press. 

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