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Ethnic cleansing of Shuhada Street in occupied al-Khalil (Hebron)

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International Solidarity Movement (ISM):

"Since the 1994 Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre [killing 29 Palestinians as they prayed], the majority of Shuhada Street – once the thriving Palestinian market and main thoroughfare connecting north and south al-Khalil (Hebron) – has been closed to Palestinians. They are completely barred from accessing it, except for a small stretch in the Tel Rumeida neighbourhood.....
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