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HEB2 is a continuous documentary project in the form of a community TV station based in Hebron. Through internet broadcasting, Heb2 describes the daily life of a Palestinian area under Israeli control called “H2.”

Since its occupation in 1967, Hebron is the only Palestinian city at the center of which is an Israeli settlement. In order to defend the 600 settlers living in several compounds within that city, the Israeli military has placed a series of stifling movement restrictions on the Palestinian population of H2. Prohibition on travelling the main streets, shutting down of stores, house searches, and roadblocks are some of the instances of a policy that has led, together with the continuous violence on the part of the settlers, to the mass deserting of Palestinians. The city’s vibrant commercial center turned into a ghost town, abandoned property switched hands, and the few inhabitants who remained are living under siege and threat.

Their story, told through the project’s video archive, is also the story of Michael Zupraner, who turned an abandoned house near the Tel Rumeida settlement into his home, and the broadcasting station of Heb2. Together with his partners, and through the choice to live in Hebron, Zupraner presents a deviation from the physical and mental borders of Zionist ideology, thereby demonstrating the responsibility Israeli society ought to have for the people and territory under its rule.

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

HEB2

HEB2 is a continuous documentary project in the form of a community TV station based in Hebron. Through internet broadcasting, Heb2 describes the daily life of a Palestinian area under Israeli control called “H2.”

Since its occupation in 1967, Hebron is the only Palestinian city at the center of which is an Israeli settlement. In order to defend the 600 settlers living in several compounds within that city, the Israeli military has placed a series of stifling movement restrictions on the Palestinian population of H2. Prohibition on travelling the main streets, shutting down of stores, house searches, and roadblocks are some of the instances of a policy that has led, together with the continuous violence on the part of the settlers, to the mass deserting of Palestinians. The city’s vibrant commercial center turned into a ghost town, abandoned property switched hands, and the few inhabitants who remained are living under siege and threat.

Their story, told through the project’s video archive, is also the story of Michael Zupraner, who turned an abandoned house near the Tel Rumeida settlement into his home, and the broadcasting station of Heb2. Together with his partners, and through the choice to live in Hebron, Zupraner presents a deviation from the physical and mental borders of Zionist ideology, thereby demonstrating the responsibility Israeli society ought to have for the people and territory under its rule.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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