Oren Ziv writes in 972 Magazine (a photo essay), “Ever since a temporary injunction delaying the forcible displacement and demolition of the entire Palestinian village of Khan al-Ahmar expired, over 100 Palestinian, Israeli and foreign solidarity activists have spent the night in the village school’s courtyard.
After dinner and a few live broadcasts on Facebook, the activists sleep on thin mattresses and heavy blankets laid out across the schoolyard’s artificial grass covered courtyard.
As the sun rises each morning, a sense of temporary relief is tangible. The village survived to see another day another night. They made it through the night.” (More…)