Oriel Eisner is an Israeli-American activist and organizer living in Jerusalem. He is an on-the-ground organizer with the Center for Jewish Nonviolence and for the last seven years has been involved in anti-occupation activism and solidarity work in Israel-Palestine, primarily in the South Hebron Hills of the West Bank.
By Oriel Eisner
I was arrested for a crime I didn’t commit. The Palestinians I work with suffer far worse
A few weeks ago the police abruptly came to my house in Jerusalem on two different occasions. The first visit they paid was at 3:30 in the morning; six officers came and banged on the doors and windows until my four roommates and I woke up. My roommates and I were suspected of having drawn…
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