International Solidarity Movement: Child Abductions
International Solidarity Movement

The International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is committed to resisting the long-entrenched and systematic oppression and dispossession of the Palestinian population by non-violent means. Participants get a firsthand experience of Palestinian families’ lives. Founded in August 2001, ISM supports Palestinians by standing with Palestinians in olive groves, on school runs, at demonstrations, within villages being attacked, by houses being demolished or where Palestinians are subject to consistent harassment or attacks from soldiers and settlers. In these videos, the Al-Khalil Hebron team of the ISM share video footage of child abductions in Occupied Palestine.

Video title: *trigger warning: violence against children* Child Abductions by Israeli Forces in Hebron, 4-11 Dec 2018
Created by: International Solidarity Movement
Video length: Multiple videos of varying lengths
Date: December 15, 2018
Video link: https://palsolidarity.org/2018/12/child-abductions-by-israeli-forces-in-hebron-4-11-dec-2018/


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