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Etzion DCO 08.01.07
Photographer:
08/01/2007
Palestinians waiting for the computers to start working at Etzion DCO.
Etzion DCO 08.01.07
Photographer:
08/01/2007
Palestinians waiting to be called into the DCO office according to a list compiled by a fellow Palestinian earlier whilst waiting.
Nashash 08.01.07
Photographer:
08/01/2007
The only route connecting Hebron to Ramallah that Palestinians are allowed to use goes through Al Khadr. The passage is blocked by big cement blocks, allowing only pedestrian access.
Nashash 08.01.07
Photographer:
08/01/2007
The only route connecting Hebron to Ramallah that Palestinians are allowed to use goes through Al Khadr. The passage is blocked by big cement blocks, allowing only pedestrian access.
Nashash 08.01.07
Photographer:
08/01/2007
The only route connecting Hebron to Ramallah that Palestinians are allowed to use is through Nashash. The route obstructed by big cement blocks and filled with garbage allows only pedestrian passage.
Nashash 08.01.07
Photographer:
08/01/2007
The only route connecting Hebron to Ramallah that Palestinians are allowed to use is through Nashash. The route obstructed by big cement blocks and filled with garbage allows only pedestrian passage.
Etzion DCO 22.01.07
Photographer:
22/01/2007
Palestinians queueing in front of the turnstiles at Etzion DCO
Etzion DCO 05.10.06
Photographer:
05/10/2006
Palestinians waiting by the turnstiles to enter the DCO in order to obtain various kinds of permits.
Al Khadr 04.05.05
Photographer:
04/05/2005
The road between Al Khadr and route 60 is blocked. Since this is the only route allowed for the Palestinians to commute between the south (Hebron) and Bethlehem they must use the unpaved blocked road to reach the cabs waiting on either side of checkpoint.