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One Day, Many Years from Now, people will ask how come we were bystanders

I was debating myself about the last photo. I thought I might choose one of my “checkpoint pornography” photos: violence, shooting, children crying, bleeding wounds. Or photos of sick people, sometimes in a critical condition, arriving at the checkpoint with … Continue reading

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“Is this South Africa?”

   At 4.05am a woman exits the carousel. The carousel won’t turn, and she is locked inside (for the first few minutes the carousel is not in constant motion, and practically all those exiting Eyal terminal get locked in). She … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Getting in Time to Your Prayer House

      The parking lot at Eyal Terminal, April 23, 2009. A Palestinian didn’t make it on time to the mosque.   In the background – workers line up to the entry of the Eyal terminal, road 444, north … Continue reading

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