HEBRON Documentary Screening with CPT Palestine

HEBRON is a documentary that examines to what extent human rights are realized in a Palestinian community under Israeli occupation. Through provoking footage and interviews, this 30-minute film depicts Palestinian civilians attempting to exert their fundamental human rights, such as education, religion, movement, and dignity.

The filmmakers are presenting HEBRON documentary and sharing stories from the past year in Hebron working with the human rights organization CPT, including the Palestinian olive harvest, access to education, home demolitions, and resistance to Israeli settlements. 

Rachel and Yousef Natsheh have spent the past year in al-Khalil (Hebron) with Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) accompanying the Palestinian community and documenting human rights violations. They are currently touring in the United States to screen HEBRON documentary and share stories from Hebron, with Yousef and Rachel serving with CPT since 2013.