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 village of Susya, West Bank, Palestine

Susya is the site of an ancient Jewish village in the southern Judaean Mountains of the West Bank, a Palestinian village established by the 1830s and a religious communal Israeli settlement under the jurisdiction of Har Hebron Regional Council established in 1983.


The Palestinian community has a population of 250 residents as of 2013. The Israeli settlement was established between May and September 1983 on 1,800 dunams of land. It had a population of 737 in 2006. The Israeli government in a petition to the High Court, has proposed demolishing the village and removing its inhabitants to Yatta,citing archaeological reasons.


The international community considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal under international law, but the Israeli government disputes this.

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During the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, J Street U Stanford raised awareness for the Palestinian settlement of Susya by holding discussions and a sleep-in in a "sukkah" (temporary shelter) of their own construction.
J Street U, a self-described "pro-Israel, pro-Palestine, pro-peace" organization, hosted "Stop the Demolition of Susya," an expression of solidarity with the Palestinian village of Susya, that explored the greater context of the Israel-Palestine conflict.

The height of snow cover in Giriz is 7mm, Susya, Ruk MM-6 cm, Laza-5mm, Nohurduzu-4cm, Khaltana-3 cm, Altiagaj-2cm, Saribash (Gakh)- 3 cm.
J Street U, a self-described "pro-Israel, pro-Palestine, pro-peace" organization, hosted "Stop the Demolition of Susya," an expression of solidarity with the Palestinian village of Susya, that explored the greater context of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The height of snow cover in Giriz is 7mm, Susya, Ruk MM-6 cm, Laza-5mm, Nohurduzu-4cm, Khaltana-3 cm, Altiagaj-2cm, Saribash (Gakh)- 3 cm.
Is it the final and total expulsion of Palestinians from the tiny village of Susya in Area C in the southern West Bank? Is it the establishment of a certain number of new housing units in isolated settlements?

The lands belonging to Sa'id's family were allotted to the settlements of Susya and Ma'on, some miles away. In the 1980's, when Israel was busy building the hard core of these settlements, Sa'id's sheep still happily grazed their familiar grounds in Um ...
Welcome back to campus, UChicago! As the new school year begins, we at J Street UChicago would like to look back upon the UofC Divest campaign and its aftermath.
Natenyahu cannot hide the truth of completing this cleansing against Palestinians in the valleys, around Jerusalem, and several areas in Hebron, most known is Susya village. He also cannot deny that this army destroyed Al-Araqeeb village in Naqab over ...
This process is led in part by influential right-wing N.G.O's (like the group Regavim), which have been systematically mapping out strategically located Palestinian villages - like Susya - and lobbying the Israeli government to demolish them. Their ...
Susya, located in the southern Hebron hills in Israel, is in Area C, which constitutes approximately 60% of the West Bank and is under full Israeli political and military control.
We will also respect the Supreme Court's ruling with regard to the Palestinian trespassers in Susya, because we are a state that follows the rule of law.
"Israel is a country governed by laws," stated Lieberman. "It's not possible that there will be a legal position for Arab invaders in Susya and other territories and a different one for Jews." Found mistakes in this report? - Click Here. email *. What ...
When Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman announced that he was going to comply with the order to tear down Amona, he made sure to add that he was going to comply with the order to tear down the Palestinian village of Susya as well, which seems ...
The Washington Post's latest story covers the situation in the "ramshackle village" of Susya. The Washington Post is correct when it describes Area C as "the 60 percent of the West Bank completely controlled by the Israeli military, which oversees both ...
Since their first expulsion, the villagers of Susya attempted to return and rebuild their village only to face resistance from the Israeli Civil Administration and the security forces.
10, the State Department came out against the Israeli government's plan to demolish Palestinian buildings in the West Bank town of Susya. The following day it issued a protest in response to reports that the Israeli government planned to expropriate ...

The village of Susya is a Bedouin village built without permits in the Israeli controlled Area C of the West Bank. The international community has been putting pressure on the Israeli leadership to not destroy the illegal structures for years, saying ...
The most dramatic manifestation of this policy is a plan to totally demolish a small Palestinian village called Susya in the hills south of Hebron making several hundred people homeless.
The caves and synagogue have become an archeological park, designated a National Heritage Site, managed by settlers living up the road in the exclusively Jewish settlement of Susya that was built in the eighties. New Susya is protected by soldiers and ...
The State Attorney's Office is expected to submit its position regarding the demolition of the illegal homes in the Palestinian Susya. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convinced Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman to delay the demolition in ...
Israel's High Court is currenbtly reviewing a petition filed by a nongovernmental organization seeking a demolition order for structures allegedly built illegally by Palestinians in the village of Susya near Hebron. According to the Associated Press, U ...
On Aug. 13, Israeli and international human rights organizations will hold another round of protest activities in the Khirbet Susya village in the West Bank in the South Hebron Hills. The activists, who view the Susya campaign as their life work, have ...
Meanwhile, the inhabitants of the nearby Jewish settlement of Susya and the Regavim association have been pressuring the Civil Administration to carry out the demolition orders.
Consider the Palestinian town of Susya, for example, in the West Bank not far from Hebron, which used to use water cisterns and caves to gather rainwater to use for irrigation.
All four villages - Umm el-Kheir and Susya in Area C in the West Bank, and Al-Araqib and Umm el-Hiran in the Negev - notified us that demolitions are more probable than usual in the near future.
Our photo of the week by Polish photographer Alicja Dobrucka was taken in the Palestinian village of Susya, a Israeli-occupied territory in the West Bank.
But at Susya, which is just down the road, things are looking bad. On Monday morning the Supreme Court will consider the Susya case again. We have asked them for a stay order on the house demolitions that the army has been threatening to carry out ...
Susya, West Bank - Leaning on a cane, Mohamed Ahmed Al-Nawajiya says he has seen a lot in his 70 years. Today he worries that his home - somewhere between a tent and a cinder-block structure - could be demolished if the Israeli Supreme Court rules ...
Consider the Palestinian town of Susya, for example, in the West Bank not far from Hebron, which used to use water cisterns and caves to gather rainwater to use for irrigation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has praised the law, saying it "will strengthen Israel's democracy" by preventing "an absurd situation in which foreign states intervene in Israel's internal affairs.
Although this phenomenon is common across the West Bank, the settlements of Shiloh, Kochav HaShachar, Elon Moreh, Psagot, Ofra, and Susya lead the pack. According to conservative estimates, 170,000 liters of water are necessary for irrigating a fifth ...
Many of the 80 Palestinian residents of Susya who took the trip on Thursday had never been back to the site of their former village, where much of the older generation was born and raised.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has praised the law, saying it "will strengthen Israel's democracy" by preventing "an absurd situation in which foreign states intervene in Israel's internal affairs.
Although this phenomenon is common across the West Bank, the settlements of Shiloh, Kochav HaShachar, Elon Moreh, Psagot, Ofra, and Susya lead the pack. According to conservative estimates, 170,000 liters of water are necessary for irrigating a fifth ...
As one bus wound through the streets of Bethlehem, 22-year-old Maya Rosen, a soon-to-be senior at Princeton University, talked about the group's upcoming Friday prayer service in the Palestinian village of Susya. She said her Palestinian host ...
As one bus wound through the streets of Bethlehem, 22-year-old Maya Rosen, a soon-to-be senior at Princeton University, talked about the group's upcoming Friday prayer service in the Palestinian village of Susya. She said her Palestinian host ...
Many of the 80 Palestinian residents of Susya who took the trip on Thursday had never been back to the site of their former village, where much of the older generation was born and raised.
Para tentara dan buldoser Israel bergerak ke desa Khirbet Susya pada Minggu, 19 Juni waktu setempat dan menghancurkan dua rumah warga.
Para tentara dan buldoser Israel bergerak ke desa Khirbet Susya pada Minggu, 19 Juni waktu setempat dan menghancurkan dua rumah warga.
While the mayors of Jewish towns in the Negev might be willing to march alongside the mayors of neighboring Arab towns Hura and Rahat, you won't see the head of the South Hebron Hills settler council marching alongside Palestinian villagers from Susya, ...
For years, the Regavim nongovernmental organization, the Knesset subcommittee on Judea and Samaria, and some of the settlements (the Adumim bloc and the Israeli Susya) have been exerting legal and media pressure to get the Civil Administration to ...
We were introduced by a B'Tselem researcher, Nasser Nawaja from [the Palestinian village] Susya, the same Susya community that Israel has already expelled once and destroyed their village three times, and is ready to continue to demolish, as it did ...
According to Israeli reporter Amira Hass, writing for Ha'aretz, "In 1986 the original village of Susya was declared a national park and its residents were expelled to their adjacent agricultural lands.
Tidak banyak perusahaan yang meng arahkan perhatiannya kepada para siswa sekolah luar biasa (SLB). Selama ini, ke luhan mereka nyaris tak ter dengar.
During her month-long travels, Dobrucka came across the Israeli-occupied village of Susya, an area in southern West Bank that has been razed by Israel four times: once in 1991 and 1997 and twice in 2001.
Photo essay: these images by Polish photographer Alicja Dobrucka depict houses disguised as tents in a village in the West Bank (+ slideshow).
The writer Ayelet Waldman and her husband novelist Michael Chabon have gotten a lot of attention for their outcry against the occupation in the Israeli press, the English press, the anti-Zionist press, the Iranian press, and the Zionist press.
This is the case of the Bedouin community of Susiya, under continued threat of extinction since the establishment of the Israeli settlement of Susya. These policies, carried out over decades in complete violation of international law and Palestinian ...
Hundreds of UN schools in Middle East attacked, damaged or closed. Almost half of schools in Syria, Palestinian Territories, Lebanon and Jordan have been disrupted by conflict, says report.


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