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Ar-Ram 07.09.08
Ar-Ram 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
The separation wall in Ar-Ram is completed. No passage between the Dahiyat al Bareed and Ar-Ram.
07/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Hebron 07.09.08
Hebron 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: Paula Rubinek
Tel Rumeida. An old Palestinian complains that a settler spited on him. The soldier would not listen.
07/09/2008
Photo: Paula Rubinek
Hebron 07.09.08
Hebron 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: Paula Rubinek
A new checkpoint in Tel Rumeida. Palestinians waiting behind the red line to be called.
07/09/2008
Photo: Paula Rubinek
Hebron 07.09.08
Hebron 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: Paula Rubinek
A new checkpoint in Tel Rumeida. Children checked on their way to school.
07/09/2008
Photo: Paula Rubinek
Hebron 07.09.08
Hebron 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: Paula Rubinek
A new checkpoint in Tel Rumeida. Palestinians waiting behind the red line until they are allowed to approach.
07/09/2008
Photo: Paula Rubinek
Hebron 07.09.08
Hebron 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: Paula Rubinek
A new checkpoint in Tel Rumeida. Adults and children on their way to school waiting behind the red line until they are allowed to approach the soldiers.
07/09/2008
Photo: Paula Rubinek
Hebron 07.09.08
Hebron 07.09.08
07/09/2008 Photo: Paula Rubinek
A new checkpoint in Tel Rumeida. 15 years old Palestinian boy that had no ID is detained. Later on he was send back home.
07/09/2008
Photo: Paula Rubinek
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Military leftover.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. 15 years old Palestinian injured in his neck from the army shooting. The army spokman declared that there were no casualties at that day.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian injured in his head from the army shootings carried into the ambulance. The army spokman declared that there were no casualties at that day.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian injured in his head from the army shootings carried in an ambulance to the hospital. The army spokman declared that there were no casualties at that day.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Military snipers on post. Watching for any sign of "free will".
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Military snipers on post. watching for any sign of "free will".
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Military snipers in action.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to take their children with them unless they are under 10 years old and they carry birth certificate with them.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in. Men in their late 40s angry that they were not allowed into Jerusalem.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in. Parents arguing with the military police to let them bring their children. Men in their late 40s angry that they were not allowed into Jerusalem.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: Ela Greenberg
First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in. Parents arguing with the military police to let them bring their children. Men in their late 40s angry that they were not allowed into Jerusalem.
05/09/2008
Photo: Ela Greenberg
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
Ras Abu Sbeitan/Zeitim checkpoint 05.09.08
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First Friday of Ramadan. Attempts to cross into Jerusalem. Many families were not able to bring their children, as they had to have birth certificates and be under 10 years old. Men over 50 and women over 45 were allowed in.
05/09/2008
Photo:
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian women that were not allowed to cross the checkpoint pleading with the soldiers to let them do it. Everywhere there is garbage and filth.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Looking for shade by the buses while waiting for the sorting out procedure to try and cross to Jerusalem..
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. The army sorts out the ones that are allowed to cross the checkpoint to Jerusalem The others are not allowed to step close to he checkpoint.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
Qalandiya checkpoint 05.09.08
05/09/2008 Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian women over the "dangerous " age that were allowed to cross the checkpoint to Jerusalem.
05/09/2008
Photo: !Tamar Fleishman
The Container 04.09.08
The Container 04.09.08
04/09/2008 Photo: Judith Spitzer
04/09/2008
Photo: Judith Spitzer
The Container 04.09.08
The Container 04.09.08
04/09/2008 Photo: Judith Spitzer
04/09/2008
Photo: Judith Spitzer
Qalandiya checkpoint 03.09.10
Qalandiya checkpoint 03.09.10
04/09/2008 Photo: Ruth Barkai
The wall.
04/09/2008
Photo: Ruth Barkai
Qalandiya checkpoint 03.09.10
Qalandiya checkpoint 03.09.10
04/09/2008 Photo: Ruth Barkai
The wall has been sealed.
04/09/2008
Photo: Ruth Barkai