Tag Archives: Separation Wall

A Wall

    Yesterday I went to Umm-al-Fahm to visit Karim. This time I insisted we go see the wall at Baqa-al-Gharbiyye. "What’s up with you", he asks, "so there will be a section of the wall or a checkpoint you … Continue reading

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Just Another Day

      ‘Azzun ‘Atma is a village enclosed between the settlements Oranit, Elkana and Sha’arei Tikva and the separation wall. The village is surrounded by a fence, traffic to and from it requires going through two checkpoints. For any … Continue reading

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Pissing on the Wall

  The author of this blog comes to tears (really), every time she encounters non-violent manifestations of Palestinian resistance. In my Hebrew blog I’ve quoted on several occasions in the past poems of Mahmoud Darwish, and also posted photos of … Continue reading

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In the Ghettos

Sheikh Saed, a small village in Southeast Jerusalem, and perhaps a neighborhood of the nearby Jabal Mukabbir, a larger village. Several families founded this village, when Jabal Mukabbir became overcrowded. For all municipal services – schools, infirmaries, garbage disposal – … Continue reading

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