The Wall

Painting on the Wall.

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 27.02.2007:


Beit Jala.

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Painting on the Wall.

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 27.02.2007:


Kids' group of the AEI, Beit Jala.

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House surrounded by the wall from three sites.

Contributed by Miluse Tumova on 27.02.2007:


Near Rachel Tomb, Beit Jala.

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This Wall Must Fall

Contributed by National Council For Development NCD on 07.11.2006:


The Wall in abu Deis Area

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Wall Surrounding Ramallah

Contributed by Huda Imam on 11.09.2006:


Qalandya Original Content Creator: Ashira Ramadan

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Annexed Olives

Contributed by James Prineas on 22.04.2006:


Where the Israelis haven't go around to putting up the massive concrete wall they have used so effectively to box in the Palestinians, they use an electrified fence. This was taken in Beit Sahour, just east of Bethlehem. A nearby West Bank settlement (on Palestinian Land) has used security as an excuse to an(...)

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Sign of an electrified fence

Contributed by James Prineas on 22.04.2006:


Where the Israelis haven't go around to putting up the massive concrete wall they have used so effectively to box in the Palestinians, they use an electrified fence. This was taken in Beit Sahour, just east of Bethlehem. A nearby West Bank settlement (on Palestinian Land) has used security as an excuse to an(...)

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Jersulalem separated from Bethlehem

Contributed by James Prineas on 22.04.2006:


There is no real countryside between Jersualem and Bethlehem. But there is this wall. As part of school projects to help children in Palestine to deal with the walls which the Israeli Government is putting up around them, children are taken to the wall to interact with it with dance, drama and drawing. To ge(...)

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Threatening Clouds

Contributed by James Prineas on 22.04.2006:


This picture shows the massive wall where it separates Arab Bethlehem with its neighboring Arab East Jerusalem. To get from one side of the wall to the other, residents of Bethlehem have to apply for a permit, which is rarely given. Many children who live on the Palestinian side of the wall have never seen t(...)

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Olive Tree without a Grove

Contributed by James Prineas on 22.04.2006:


This picture shows the massive wall where it separates Arab Bethlehem with its neighboring Arab East Jerusalem. To get from one side of the wall to the other, residents of Bethlehem have to apply for a permit, which is rarely given. Many children who live on the Palestinian side of the wall have never seen t(...)

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