Like a Prayer

 

 

Eyal Terminal, North of Qalqilya, port of entry for workers, July 12, 2009, 4.45am. Palestinians come to the terminal at early dawn to make it on time for their ride to work within legitimate Israel, on the other side of the Green Line. Those who managed to go through the terminal early enough, stop to pray.

Tomorrow – on the entry of workers to Israel at Eyal Terminal, and the food restrictions.

After that – on the entry of workers who work in settlements, and on owners of agricultural lands.

See also earlier posts on Irtah, south of Tul Karm, another terminal for workers – Irtah in the afternoon, Irtah at dawn.

Click here for a Hebrew version of this post.

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