'On Shabbat, Settlers Swarm Palestinian Villages With Clubs. They Pull People Out of Their Homes'

The journalist and political activist Yuval Abraham spends a lot of time in the South Hebron Hills witnessing a new type of organized settler violence

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Yuval Abraham. "I remember my heart pounding wildly when I read that, because I knew the IDF Spokesman was lying."
Yuval Abraham. "I remember my heart pounding wildly when I read that, because I knew the IDF Spokesman was lying."Credit: Emil Salman
Ayelett Shani
Ayelett Shani

Tell me about yourself.

I’m Yuval, 26 years old, I live in Jerusalem and work for Local Call [Sikhah Mekomit in Hebrew, an online magazine run by a collective of journalists and photographers]. Most of the time I’m in the West Bank, especially the South Hebron Hills, in an area called Masafer Yatta [home to about 20 Palestinian hamlets].

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