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Kafr Aqab 02.02.13
Photographer:
02/02/2013
The residents of this village, located within Jerusalem’s municipal boundaries, but nevertheless outside of the wall surrounding the city, must enter Jerusalem through the Qalandiya checkpoint.
Kafr Aqab 02.02.13
Photographer:
02/02/2013
View from a Palestinian family yard in the village.
Beit Ijza 02.02.13
Photographer:
02/02/2013
Givon Hahadasha settlement is neighboring the Palestinian village of Beit Ijza.
Kafr Aqab 02.02.13
Photographer:
02/02/2013
View from Kafr Aqab village on Kochav Ya'akov settlement and the fence route.
Qalandiya vicinity, 18.12.12
Photographer:
16/03/2013
View of Kochav Ya'akov settlement on the hill slopes from Qalandiya's east exit.
Ja'ba-Lil checkpoint 08.04.12
Photographer:
19/05/2012
Originally the checkpoint was designed to prevent Israeli drivers (strictly them!) from arriving at Qalandiya and Ramallah and sometime used also to regulate the traffic on road 60 so as to ease the congestion on the road for the settlers, but the checkpoint is also used to train paratroopers. "New soldiers", one of the seniors called them. The ones in training stood on the opposite side of the checkpoint and stop vehicles, they took the passengers out, checked their registrations, rummaged through the vehicle and went on to the next vehicle.
Ofer checkpoint 26.01.12
Photographer:
26/01/2012
The Ofer CP now has six lanes and construction is still going on.
Anata/Shu'fat checkpoint 18.12.11
Photographer:
30/01/2012
A protest was supposed to be held on Hanukkah. But the long arm of the conqueror was quicker than the protest leaders, and in the middle of night it visited tens of houses and only at morning was it known that thirty five men were arrested. In the absence of the protest leaders, children and teenagers took their places.
Ja'ba/Lil checkpoint 25.12.11
Photographer:
11/02/2012
Red plastic blockages, called New Jersey are placed by the side of the road leading from Qalandiya. The morning blockage is becoming permanent.
Anata/Shu'fat checkpoint 18.12.11
Photographer:
18/12/2011
One of the protesters.
Anata/Shu'fat checkpoint 18.12.11
Photographer:
18/12/2011
The children protested and threw stones and in response a burst of rubber bullets was fired, after which a group of armed men with drawn riffles came out of the checkpoint and stood at the center of the main street.
Anata/Shu'fat checkpoint 18.12.11
Photographer:
18/12/2011
The new gaurd tower and the old checking post.
Dahiyat al Bareed 23.10.11
Photographer:
29/10/2011
At noon time Mista'arvim (under cover soldiers) broke Ka'adan lawyer's office. They left after 3 hours.
Dahiyat al Bareed 23.10.11
Photographer:
23/10/2011
Mista'arvim (undercover soldiers) dressed in turquoise in Dahiyat al Bareed.
Dahiyat al Bareed 23.10.11
Photographer:
29/10/2011
The "Yasam" (Special Patrol Unit), part of the Border Police, blocking a street in Dahia al Bareed.
Dahiyat al Bareed 23.10.11
Photographer:
29/10/2011
The "Yasam" (Special patrol unit), part of the Border Police, blocking a street and preventing residents from crossing to their daily business.
Dahiyat al Bareed 23.10.11
Photographer:
29/10/2011
Dahiyat al Bareed 23.10.11
Photographer:
29/10/2011
At noon time Mista'arvim (under cover soldiers) broke Ka'adan lawyer's office. They left after hours. Potographer: Tamar Fleishman
Anata 13.09.11
Photographer:
13/09/2011
About 3000 pupils travel to school each morning from Anata. Representatives of the neighborhood committee look out for the children's safety, overseeing the flow of buses into the plaza, sending the children to the right buses – as well as making sure they behave.
Qalandiya checkpoint 25.09.11
Photographer:
25/09/2011
While a massive demonstration was held in Ramallah in honor of Abu-Mazen's return from the UN General Assembly a group of young boys protested in front of the pillbox perched over the refugee camp.
Qalandiya checkpoint 25.09.11
Photographer:
25/09/2011
Qalandiya checkpoint 25.09.11
Photographer:
25/09/2011
The "revolution cubs", some covered their faces for fear of cameras, others wrapped the Palestinian flag around their heads as they were throwing stones.
Qalandiya checkpoint 25.09.11
Photographer:
25/09/2011
"A ring of fire"
Qalandiya checkpoint 25.09.11
Photographer:
25/09/2011
Flames hovered round the pillbox after the youngsters threw Molotov cocktails.
Ja'ba (Lil) checkpoint 03.04.11
Photographer:
21/04/2011
The Ja'ba(Lil) checkpoint is located on Route 60 and is aimed at preventing settlers from using this road which leads to Ramallah and Qalandiya. The blue police with the help of the IDF use this road ito stop Palestinian cars in order to give them traffic reports.
Qalandiya 27.02.11
Photographer:
27/02/2011
Graffiti
Qalandiya 27.02.11
Photographer:
27/02/2011
Graffiti
Qalandiya 27.02.11
Photographer:
27/02/2011
Graffiti
Qalandiya 27.02.11
Photographer:
27/02/2011
Graffiti
Qalandiya checkpoint 09.08.09
Photographer:
09/08/2009
Approaching the checkpoint.
Qalandiya checkpoint 28.08.09
Photographer:
28/08/2009
First Friday of Ramadan.
Qalandiya checkpoint 28.08.09
Photographer:
28/08/2009
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian women and children queueing in a separate line at the outer ring of checks. Those whot pass through are allowed to approach the checkpoint.
Qalandiya checkpoint 28.08.09
Photographer:
28/08/2009
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian men queueing in a separate line at the outer ring of checks. Those who are passed through are allowed to approach the checkpoint.
Qalandiya checkpoint 28.08.09
Photographer:
28/08/2009
First Friday of Ramadan. Palestinian men queueing in a separate line at the outer ring of checks. Those who pass through are allowed to approach the checkpoint.
Qalandiya checkpoint 03.04.06
Photographer:
13/12/2007
Construction of the wall.
Qalandiya checkpoint 03.04.06
Photographer:
13/12/2007
Construction of the wall.