Automated Apartheid: Walking through Hebron Smart City | Documentary

SHORT VIDEO CLIPS, 20 May 2024

Mnar Adley | MintPress News – TRANSCEND Media Service

7 May 2024

MintPress director Mnar Adley walks through the city of Hebron, where her family originated from. Known to Palestinians as the city of al-Khalil, Hebron is the largest and most populated Palestinian city in the West Bank.

Dubbed by Israel as ‘Hebron Smart City’ — this is where Israel tests its Draconian surveillance technology on the Palestinian population as part of what is called the Wolfpack surveillance system.

We walk through the most heavily armed and surveilled checkpoints in the world where Israel has set up an automated apartheid system to track Palestinian movement. We are joined by Palestinian activist Izzat Karake from Youth Against Settlements who chronicles the struggle against settler colonialism where armed Jewish settlers supported by Israeli soldiers are trying to take over the city to Judaize the quarter.


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