The Palestinian Popular Committee in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, organized on Monday midday a non-violent protest against the Israeli army massures of restricting Palestinian residents’ movement in the old city.
The protest was organized at an Israeli army military checkpoint, closing Al Shuhada Street and only allowing illegal Israeli settlers to use it.

Demonstrators shouted slogans in Arabic, Hebrew and English, like ‘No peace with settlements’ and asked the army to stop its actions and allow the owners of the houses and shops in the old city to get to their property.

This protest comes as part of a campaign by the Committee aiming at forcing the army to allow the Palestinian residents access to old town of their city.