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Anin 07.04.08
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07/04/2008
Palestinian farmers, after crossing the gate of Anin, waiting for the army to open the gate to the seam line.
Anin 07.04.08
Photographer:
07/04/2008
Palestinian farmers, after crossing the gate of Anin, waiting for the army to open the gate to the seam line.
Anin 07.04.08
Photographer:
07/04/2008
Palestinian farmers, after crossing the gate of Anin, waiting for the army to open the gate to the seam line.
Anin 07.04.08
Photographer:
07/04/2008
a woman from a Bedouin village next to the gate allowed by the army to cross to Anin.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 11.03.08
Photographer:
11/03/2008
Waiting to cross the checkpoint back home.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 11.03.08
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11/03/2008
Waiting to cross the checkpoint.
The old checkpoint of Barta'a 22.02.08
Photographer:
27/02/2008
An old Palestinian crossing with his sheep the old checkpoint of Barta'a after a long discussion with the soldiers. This Checkpoint is opened 3 times a week and serves mainly the people of Qaffin.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 01.03.08
Photographer:
01/03/2008
Walking from the isolated house to the checkpoint.
Anin checkpoint 17.12.07
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17/12/2007
Palestinian farmer coming throught the agricultural gate.
Anin checkpoint 17.12.07
Photographer:
17/12/2007
Young Palestinian interrogated before crossing the agriculural gate.
Anin 27.12.07
Photographer:
27/12/2007
A Palestinian detained on charge of carrying forged documents.
Anin 27.12.07
Photographer:
27/12/2007
Some cross the agricultural gate on foot, some cross it on their donkey.
Tura/Shaked checckpoint 22.11.07
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22/11/2007
Soldier searching school kid's bag on passing through the gate.
Ras 'Atiya gate 26.07.07
Photographer:
26/07/2007
The village of Ras Atiya is located in the western end of a Palestinian enclave separated by the Seam Line. The gate which is a Fabric of life gate is open 12 hr. a day and allows the access into the Palestinian land which has been left on the Israeli side of the Seam line. The gate, erected at some distance from the fields, cannot be reached by tractor. The farmers must make their way there on foot and cannot continue to grow the same irrigated crops as before.
Deir al Ghusun 02.06.07
Photographer:
02/06/2007
An agricultural gate on the seam line north-east of Tulkarm. Though it is opened by the army three times a day, only a few Palestinians can get permits to go to the other side where their fields are located.
Anin 22.03.07
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22/03/2007
Palestinians waiting by the "Agricultural gate" at Anin. This is the only way to reach their fields.
Anin 22.03.07
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22/03/2007
Palestinians waiting by the "Agricultural gate" at Anin. This is the only way to reach their land.
Anin 22.03.07
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22/03/2007
Palestinians waiting by the "Agricultural gate" at Anin. They have to pass through this gate in order to reach their fields.
Anin 29.03.07
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29/03/2007
The agricultural gate at Anin. Palestinian farmers have to pass through this gate in order to reach their fields.
Anin 29.03.07
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29/03/2007
The agricultural gate at Anin. Palestinian farmers have to pass through this gate in order to reach their fields.
Falamiya checkpoint 15.01.13
Photographer:
09/03/2007
Palestinians farmers and their vehicles are being checked at the gate to their lands in the seam zone.
Khirbet Jubara 10.09.12
Photographer:
02/11/2006
As a result of an appeal by the residents of Khirbet Jubara to the Israeli High Court, the IDF is flattering hills and moving the separation fence.
Azzun Atma/gate 1459 31.07.12
Photographer:
13/12/2006
The northern entrance/gate 1459 to Azzun Atma, at the background Share Tiqwa settlement.
Azzun Atma gate 31.07.12
Photographer:
14/12/2006
The gate at the southern part of the village through which the farmer used to cross to their fields is locked now.
Azzun Atma 31.07.12
Photographer:
14/12/2006
About two weeks ago the IDF blocked access to the well located at the southwestern edge of the village and to agricultural lands with a long fence and concertina wire. Initially there was no gate; as of yesterday, there is one. Hani, a resident from Mes-ha telephoned the UN and the Red Cross. As a result of their efforts, as of yesterday there’s a new gate.
Azzun Atma 31.07.12
Photographer:
14/12/2006
Hani, a farmer who lives in the village of Mas-Ha is in charge of the well. When the fence was installed, without a gate, he called the UN and the Red Cross. As a result of their efforts, as of yesterday there’s a new gate. He told us that before the fence was erected, everybody crossed the road where it was most convenient for them and reached their fields by the shortest route. Now the farmers must accommodate themselves to the hours the gate is open:
Azzun Atma 31.07.12
Photographer:
14/12/2006
The new fence, the guard tower, the gate and the checking post.
Azzun Atma 31.07.12
Photographer:
14/12/2006
The new concertina fence and the closed gate to the well and the agricultural fields.
Jubara gate #753 14.08.12
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28/12/2006
Jubara gate #753 14.08.12
Photographer:
28/12/2006
The sign at the Jubara gate that indicate the entering to area A.
Anin checkpoint 03.05.06
Photographer:
03/05/2006
No vehicles are allowed to pass through into the fields.
Anin checkpoint 03.05.06
Photographer:
03/05/2006
Mainly old farmers are entitled to get permission to cultivate their land on the other side of the seam line. No vehicles are allowed to pass through.
Anin checkpoint 03.05.06
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03/05/2006
Children accompanying their mother to work are checked before passing through the agricultural gate.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 25.01.06
Photographer:
25/01/2006
Palestinian farmers are allowed to go to their land on the other side of the seam line only on foot.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 16.03.11
Photographer:
13/09/2005
Children on their way to school and kindergarten in Tura village used to cross the gate with the soldiers conducting only random checks. Today they were ordered to cross the CP through the inspection booth which includes metal detectors. They were frightened and refused to go through the inspection booth. At 10.00am the soldiers locked the gate and the booth and went on their break. The children did not attended school today.
Tura/Shaked checkpoint 16.03.11
Photographer:
13/09/2005
Until today children on their way to school and kindergarten in Tura village used to cross the gate while the soldiers were checking them randomly. Today they were ordered to cross the CP through the inspection boot which includes metal detector. They were frightened and refused to go through the inspection booth. At 10.00am the soldiers locked the gate and the booth and went on their break. The children did not attended school today.