Tag: Jerusalem Women

Jerusalem: A City Divided
Jerusalem today is a divided city. Between the wall, checkpoints, closures and administrative hurdles, communities in East Jerusalem are becoming increasingly fragmented. In a new report by WCLAC Jerusalem: A City Divided - the history of how we arrived at this situation is explored juxtaposed with the voices of real women living in the city today.
Jerusalem: A City Divided
Jerusalem: A City Divided
Women's Voices: Tamara A. - Family unification / Jerusalem women
A Palestinian woman with a Jerusalem ID card describes the difficulty in obtaining an ID card for her daughter whose father was from the West Bank.
Women's Voices: Hanin A.- Soldier and police violence / Jerusalem women
On 29 January 2014, a 19-year-old woman from East Jerusalem is knocked unconscious by Israeli military forces as she tried to protect her mother and brother and was detained in Al Mascobiyya interrogation centre for eight days.
Women's Voice: Im Badawi - Jerusalem women
A resident of the Old City describes how her neighbourhood has become tense since Israeli settlers moved into the property next door.
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