The Court Allowed the Civil Administration to Conceal Archaeological Activity in the West Bank

The Court Allowed the Civil Administration to Conceal Archaeological Activity in the West Bank

The Jerusalem District Court rejected most of the petition submitted by Emek Shaveh and Yesh Din demanding that the State reveal the names of archaeologists who excavate in antiquities sites in the West Bank and the locations of the archaeological fi […]

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Next tours

Next tours

Archaeological-political tours

Details and registration to the coming tours to Silwan/City of David or the National Parks (The Green Belt) in East Jerusalem. Emek Shaveh’s archaeological tour in the Village of Silwan and at City of David aims to expose the cultural wealth of the […]

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New Report

New Report

Holy and ancient sites

Selectively Sacred: Holy Sites in Jerusalem and its Environs In this document, we examine how the Israeli government authorities and legal system address the issue of holy places. The government, legal and judicial authorities in Israel attempt to r […]

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Israel State Comptroller warns of the State’s cooperation with the Elad Foundation

Israel State Comptroller warns of the State’s cooperation with the Elad Foundation

A new report was published yesterday by Israel’s State Comptroller Yosef Shapira. Here are a few of the highlights from the report, which we at Emek Shaveh have already been protesting for a number of years: 1. Central archaeological sites in the […]

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