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Oranit Busdepot 07.03.13
Photographer: Esthi Tsal
Mar-7-2013
Demonstration at the bus terminal against the Israelis authorities who decided not to allow Palestinians to use Israelis buses in the occupied West Bank. Palestinians who work in Israel are forced to get off the buses coming from Israel at the Oranit terminal.
Habla agricultural gate
Photographer: Dalia Golomb
Mar-10-2013
The CP had been shut down and was opened again only after the soldiers took away the Palestinian flags and told the women that it would be opened only if they went away, which they did.
Azzun 'Atma checkpoint 01.11.12
Photographer: Yehudith Levin
Nov-1-2012
Palestinians worker returning from work are being checked at the entrance to their village.
Azzun Atma checkpoint 13.12.12
Photographer: Yehudith Levin
Dec-13-2012
View of the checkpoint after all the renovations works.
Azzun 'Atma checkpoint 30.10.12
Photographer:
Oct-31-2012
We arrived at 15:45 and we saw the about 15 people and a five year old boy trying to climb the gate and shouting "we are hungry, we are tired, open the gate, we want to get home". The people said they are from Azzun 'Atma. Their houses are outside the fence and they have authorization to cross the gate but each time they have to buy milk they enter the village after presenting the authorization and depositing their IDs, but this time they left early in the morning to pick their olive trees which are inside the village. They finished their work and arrived at the gate at 13:00 to return home, the soldiers didn't enable them to pass and when they asked why? The answer was that the soldiers lost military binoculars and they were sure that one of them found it and that they won't return to their homes until the binoculars are returned.
Eliyahu crossing/gate 109 02.07.12
Photographer: Nina Seba
Jul-2-2012
Azzun Atma checkpoint 16.07.12
Photographer: Nina Seba
Jul-16-2012
Long queues of Palestinians caused due to their need to be registered before they exit the seam zone on their way to work.
Izbat at Tabib 08.09.12
Photographer: Dalia Golomb
Sep-8-2012
Residents and guest demonstrated in Izbat at Tabib against the demolition order issued by the IDF to the school building in the village.
Izbat at Tabib 11.09.12
Photographer: Tova Hailperin
Sep-11-2012
A man sits in the protest tent with signs protesting the occupation and in protest against the demolition order of the school issued by the IDF.
Azzun Atma CP. 11.09.12
Photographer: Tova Hailperin
Sep-11-2012
The wall and the guard tower next to the village gate.
Falamiya south/gate 927 18.06.12
Photographer: Nur Bar-On
Jul-3-2012
Drivers are checked by soldiers who sit under the open sided shelter. Pedestrians are checked in the building (The Bulem).
Habla checkpoint/Gate 1393 18.06.12
Photographer: Nur Bar-On
Jul-3-2012
Palestinians are waiting to enter the village. Each time the gate opens, only five (5) can enter and they have to be checked on their way home. The gate is opened three (3) times a day each time for one (1) hour.
Kafr Qaddum 13.04.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
May-20-2012
Kafr Qadum residents demonstrate every Friday against land confiscating by the IDF for the benefit of Qedumim settlement.
Kafr Qaddum 13.04.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
May-20-2012
Kafr Qadum residents demonstrate every Friday against land confiscating by the IDF for the benefit of Qedumim settlement.
Azzun Atma checkpoint 24.05.12
Photographer: Yehudith Levin
May-24-2012
Palestinians on their way home have to be checked at the entrance to their own village.
Habla checkpoint 05.06.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jun-5-2012
A cart driven by a horse and loaded with empty cardboard boxes for the packaging of agricultural products arrives. They are forced to wait as there is a problem with the computer.
Azzun Atma checkpoint 05.06.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jun-5-2012
At the CP there is no queue. Whoever arrives immediately enters the checking post. A Palestinian with a nylon bag containing electric wires on his way home arrives. The military policewoman doesn't allow him to cross the CP with his possession. He asks her "What can I do with this?" and she answers "throw it away".
Habla checkpoint/gate 1393 19.06.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jun-19-2012
Palestinians are waiting to the gate opening. It's an "Agricultural gate" and the IDF opens it three times a day each time for one hour.
Habla checkpoint/Gate 1393 19.06.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jun-19-2012
Three bags of second-hand clothing were left by someone. Residents of Habla aren’t allowed to bring them into the village. Only agricultural produce may enter through this gate. Second-hand clothing endangers Israel’s security!
חבלה, מחסום חקלאי 1393 19.06.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jun-19-2012
It is 13:00 and the gate is closed. A horse cart and driver join those waiting. Finally, at 13.40 the Palestinian driving the horse cart goes through.
Kafr Qaddum 13.04.12
Photographer:
May-20-2012
Kafr Qadum residents demonstrate every Friday against land confiscating by the IDF for the benefit of Qedumim settlement.
Eliyahu crossing 3.4.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
May-18-2012
A dog in the inspection area for Palestinians.
Izbat at Tabib 19.02.12
Photographer:
Mar-31-2012
The fence of the school at Izbat at Tabib had been painted in the Palestinian flag's colors. Nice.
Alfe Menashe settlement 04.01.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jan-4-2012
Givat Tal neighborhood was built on Ras at Tira lands.
Ras at Tira gate 1327 04.01.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jan-4-2012
View of the fence and the gate # 1327 at the northern part of the village. This gate opens only during the olive harvest.
Ras at Tira 04.01.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jan-4-2012
On land which was returned to the village due to court order, young olive trees were planted.
Ras at Tira 04.01.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jan-4-2012
H. our host show us a well built by one of Ras at Tira residents to collect rain water.
Ras at Tira 04.01.12
Photographer: Shoshi Anbar
Jan-4-2012
The farthest house in the village is beside the wall.
Arab ar Ramadin al Jarubi 07.12.11
Photographer:
Jan-29-2012
On Monday Dec. 5.2012 at 07:00 fifty soldiers arrived at the village on jeeps and two tractors which immediately began the destruction work of two "houses". A warning had been given a week before, but on Monday morning the inhabitants were removed from their houses and were not given the chance of taking out the houses' contents. In one house lived a couple and seven children and in the other a couple and ten children. Furniture, clothes, toys, electrical appliances, textbooks etc. – turned into a rubbish heap. The army claim was that the houses were built too close to the road leading to Alfe Menashe.
Azzun Atma checkpoint 08.12.11
Photographer: Yehudith Levin
Dec-8-2011
Line of workers that we managed to see was standing in the rain outside of the big shed.
Eliyahu crossing/Gate 109 22.12.11
Photographer: Yehudith Levin
Dec-22-2011
A Hanukkah menorah at the entrance to the checkpoint with holiday greetings from the Samariya regional council.
Habla/gate 1393 checkpoint 24.12.11
Photographer: Neta Efroni
Dec-24-2011
A group of Israelis tour in the West Bank, guided by MachsomWatch members.
Ras at Tira 24.12.11
Photographer: Neta Efroni
Dec-24-2011
A group of Israelis tour in the West Bank, guided by MachsomWatch members.
Azzun Atma checkpoint 29.11.11
Photographer: Chana Kasher
Nov-29-2011
The fence next to the checkpoint abuts the road, alongside it a single line of people (there’s no room for anything wider) that keeps getting longer as workers are dropped off by their employers. The line keeps getting longer, and as darkness begins to fall it numbers more than one hundred persons. Before we left we asked one of those at the end of the line to call us when he gets through the checkpoint. He’d arrived at the checkpoint at 16:30. We left at 16:45. He called at 18:00. All the workers want is to go home after a day work at the settlements and in Israel.
Habla checkpoint 29.11.11
Photographer: Chana Kasher
Nov-29-2011
Habla checkpoint 29.11.11
Photographer: Chana Kasher
Nov-29-2011
Three women with permits want to cross to visit someone who’s given birth, bringing plastic bags with clothes – gifts to the new born. They’re not permitted to take two of the bags through. The explanation: “Clothing isn’t permitted through this checkpoint.” The answer from the DCO: “We’ll handle it. You don’t have to call us again.” Bottom line – the gate closed, the bags were returned. Another explanation: “Merchandise isn’t permitted through this checkpoint.”