Hebron, die Geisterstadt: Breaking the Silence - Jung & Naiv: Folge 389

Tilo Jung (YouTube) 25.11.2018 22:45 Uhr, Dauer: 03:13:27

Subscribe to this Channel ► http://bit.ly/1A3Gt6E Support us €€€ ► http://www.paypal.me/JungNaiv Part 1 about "Breaking The Silence" 03:28 Part 2 about the history of Hebron 38:05 Part 3 about Hebron today 1:25:19 Our trip to the Middle East takes us to Hebron, one of the largest cities in the Westbank where more than 200,000 Palestinians are segregated from around 850 Jewish settlers that are protected by 650 Israeli soldiers. The city centre is a ghost town: Palestinians inhabitants are not allowed to use main roads, other streets they can only walk on. Hebron is a perfect example to understand how the Israeli occupation of the Westbank functions, says Yehuda Shaul. Yehuda served in the IDF from 2001 to 2004, mostly in Hebron during the Second Intifada. After his military service Yehuda was one of the founders of "Breaking the Silence" in which active and former Israeli soldiers want to educate the public about the daily routine of occupation in the Westbank. They ask the question: Have we crossed the moral line? What does the occupation do to the Israeli society? "Breaking the Silence" wants to serve as a mirror to its society that has mostly ignored the 51+ years of occupation. Yehuda says that 90 per cent of his actions as a soldier in the Westbank were immoral. In Part 1 Yehuda talks to us about "Breaking the Silence", why it was founded and what problems the NGO faces today. Part 2 is about Hebron's history: Why is the city so important to Jewish settlers? When did the settler movement begin? Why were two massacres in 1929 and 1994 so crucial for today's situation? How is it possible that less than 1,000 settlers (protected by 650 IDF soldiers) have control over the Hebron? How does the segregation work? What kind of tactics do the soldiers employ to keep Palestinians inhabitants in constant fear? Part 3 focusses on Hebron today. Yehuda takes us on a tour through the ghost town. He explains how Palestinians over the yearas were driven out of Hebron's city center. He explains what he had to do on a daily basis. During filming kids from Hebron try to disturb us. They throw eggs at us, spit at us - cheered by their parents who frequently provide them with more eggs. At the end we meet young Palestinians from "Youth against settlements" who are fighting the occupation and Jewish settlements through non-violence. The episode ends in Kirja Arba, at the grave of a terrorist who many people cherish... We recorded this episode in Hebron on September 7th, 2018. Watch ALL of our previous episodes from the Israel & Palestine here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuQE_zb4awhUkyAyH__OxO61ElpFagsfN Please support us financially: Jung IBAN: DE36700222000072410386 BIC: FDDODEMMXXX Reference: Nahost PayPal ► http://www.paypal.me/JungNaiv Youtube-Channel of "Breaking the Silence" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVHKNEtUu-DqZfHCA2NQ6rQ From the episode: A clip filmed by B'Tselem, showing how residents have to climb over rooftops to reach their houses on Shuhada Street: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIDMopaycvY

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