Testimonies

Testimonies

Settler violence: Lack of accountability

Lana Kan'an, a 21-year-old student talks about the stifling feeling that comes of living in Burqah, a village surrounded by settlements and cut off from access roads

Lana Kan'an, a 21-year-old student talks about the stifling feeling that comes of living in Burqah, a village surrounded by settlements and cut off from access roads

Lana Kan'an, a 21-year-old student talks about the stifling feeling that comes of living in Burqah, a village surrounded by settlements and cut off from access roads

Nizam Mu’tan from the village of Burqah talks about his family’s inaccessible land and their financial difficulties due to village road closures.

Salem Mu’tan, 100, talks about life in Burqah from his youth to the present day, and about his longing for the land to which he’s been denied access

Settlers assault Nizam al-'Azazmeh while on his way home, Hebron, August '09

Settlers attacked Palestinians while they grazed their flock near Khirbet Susiya, August 2009

Settlers assault shepherds from Shu'b al-Buttom near the Avigail outpost, 4 July 2009

Dozens of settlers throw stones at vehicle driving near the Qedumim settlement, injuring three of the passengers, June 2009

Settlers assault two elderly farmers on their way from their farmland to their homes in Beit Ummar, April 2009