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Sansana/Meitar checkpoint Album

תחזוקת שלטים במחסום מיתר
Photographer: Vivi K
16/02/2020
Sansana/Meitar checkpont 11.10.11
Photographer:
11/10/2011
Musa hitchhikes from Hebron, he sells bagels at the CP. His car was confiscated by the Israeli authorities. He can't afford to pay the 3,500.- NIS plus a lawyer to get his car back and he is desperate. All we could do is buy bagels and take his May be this will help, said Musa smiling.
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 02.01.11
Photographer:
02/01/2011
Palestinians workers on their way to Israel
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 02.01.11
Photographer:
02/01/2011
Border policewoman and a worker of the Crossing Administration, dressed in "Ir David" ("City of David") suits, getting signatures of vendors, forcing them to evacuate their stalls and confiscating their merchandise and their car keys.
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 15.06.10
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15/06/2010
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 15.06.10
Photographer:
15/06/2010
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 15.06.10
Photographer:
15/06/2010
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 15.06.10
Photographer:
15/06/2010
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 15.06.10
Photographer:
15/06/2010
The waiting shed at the checkpoint.
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 23.02.10
Photographer:
23/02/2010
The Falafel stall at the checkpoint.
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 23.02.10
Photographer:
23/02/2010
The kiosk at the passage.
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 02.10.08
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02/10/2008
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 02.10.08
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02/10/2008
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 02.10.08
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02/10/2008
sansana/Meitar checkpoint 15.05.08
Photographer:
15/06/2008
Palestinian employees waiting to cross the checkpoint in the morning.
Hebron Vicinity 30.07.07
Photographer:
01/06/2005
The army has finally obeyed the Supreme Court order and has started to disassemble the Wall on Route 60 near Sansana checkpoint.
Sansana/Meitar checkpoint 04.08.09
Photographer:
04/07/2005
A handicapped boy, a member of a prisoners' family , is helped by Shlomi, the checkpoint manager who took him personally and carried him from one wheel-chair to another opening the humanitarian gate specially for him.