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Har Adar gate 23.11.11
Photographer:
23/11/2011
Workers who are leaving home after a day work in the settlement passing the first gate.
Har Adar gate 23.11.11
Photographer:
23/11/2011
Workers who are leaving home after a day work in the settlement passing the second gate. If someone has a bag with stuff in it he has to show a note from his employer that what he carries is not stolen.
Habla checkpoint 29.11.11
Photographer:
29/11/2011
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.”
Habla checkpoint 29.11.11
Photographer:
29/11/2011
Azzun Atma checkpoint 29.11.11
Photographer:
29/11/2011
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/gate 1393 checkpoint 24.12.11
Photographer:
24/12/2011
A group of Israelis tour in the West Bank, guided by MachsomWatch members.
Har Adar gate 23.11.11
Photographer:
23/11/2011
The first gate for the Palestinians workers who leave the settlement after a day work.
Har Adar gate 23.11.11
Photographer:
23/11/2011
The olive orchards beyond the fence of the settlement belong to Palestinians villages, but they cannot cultivate them.
Mas-ha west, Hani Gate #1549 17.10.11
Photographer:
17/10/2011
A woman returns from the olive harvest.
Habla CP/gate #1393 18.10.11
Photographer:
28/10/2011
Mas-ha west/Hani Gate #1549 17.10.11
Photographer:
04/11/2011
Palestinians crossing the gate after a day of harvesting olives.
Habla Gate #1393 01.11.11
Photographer:
06/11/2011
Anin checkpoint 22.09.11
Photographer:
22/09/2011
Sunrise at Anin checkpoint.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 22.09.11
Photographer:
22/09/2011
Young school children arrive to cross the checkpoint.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 01.10.11
Photographer:
01/10/2011
A watching post on top of the checkpoint is a new addition.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 01.10.11
Photographer:
01/10/2011
A view on the gate from north.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 24.09.11
Photographer:
14/10/2011
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 24.09.11
Photographer:
14/10/2011
Barta'a/Reikhan checkpoint 24.09.11
Photographer:
14/10/2011
Palestinians are waiting for permission to leave the CP.
Barta'a/Reikhan checkpoint 24.09.11
Photographer:
14/10/2011
A playground located next to the northern entrance.
Tamar gate 27.07.11
Photographer:
11/08/2011
The agriculturale gate next to Mas-ha village.
Barta'a/Reikhan checkpoint 18.08.11
Photographer:
28/08/2011
Occupation Art at the entrance to the checkpoint in the seam line
Anin checkpoint 04.08.11
Photographer:
04/08/2011
The Cp is empty and next to the gate two military jeeps are seen. A soldier explained that they are dealing with a suspicious object.
Anin checkpoint 04.08.11
Photographer:
04/08/2011
Anin residents are waiting to cross the CP into the seam zone.
Anin Checkpoint 19.05.11
Photographer:
26/05/2011
A small group of Palestinians wait to cross the checkpoint. The number of people coming through this agricultural checkpoint, (serving the residents of Anin who have been cut off from their lands by the separation fence), keeps declining. The majority do not get permits to cross the checkpoint, and those who did get a permit can cross here only twice a week between 07.00am to 15.30pm. Their lands and groves are neglected or abandoned, thereby making them even poorer, and even more frustrated.
Anin Checkpoint 19.05.11
Photographer:
26/05/2011
A father and son making a request to the soldiers. Since the son did not get his ID back he is sent back home and can't go to school in Jenin. Last Monday at this CP soldiers took his ID, claiming that the “You don’t know the reason”
Anin gate 02.06.11
Photographer:
02/06/2011
The children of the Bedouin family that lives near the checkpoint arrive without schoolbags. The school year has ended. There are exams. The girls review the material as they wait for their ride to the school in Umm Reihan.
Tura/Shaked gate 02.06.11
Photographer:
02/06/2011
A wedding car crosses from the seam zone to the West Bank. It undergoes inspection – no discounts for anyone. Congratulations!
Izbat at Tabib 23.05.11
Photographer:
13/06/2011
On the road between Izbat at Tabib an Azzun the IDF is planning a new fence which might prevent the residents of the village access to their olive groves.
Jubara/gate 753 15.06.11
Photographer:
15/06/2011
The sign at the exit from Jubara toward Ar Ras announce the entering to Area A.
Jubara 15.06.11
Photographer:
15/06/2011
View on route 574 and Jubara from Tulkarem southern exit.
Habla gate #1393 29.05.11
Photographer:
19/06/2011
Agricultural Gate Crossing under watchful eyes.
Habla gate #1393 checkpoint 29.05.11
Photographer:
19/06/2011
How many eyes does it take to allow one Palestinian in one cart with one donkey to cross to the other side.
Habla gate #1393 29.05.11
Photographer:
19/06/2011
Morning prayers while Palestinians wait in long lines to cross.
Habla gate #1393 29.05.11
Photographer:
19/06/2011
Waiting to cross.
Tura/Shaked gate 23.06.11
Photographer:
14/07/2011