Travelling through the West Bank, Palestine.

2001 & 2004


The Wall in Qalqilya

The Wall in Jerusalem

Jerusalem

The Wailling Wall Jerusalem

Refusnik, Tel Aviv.

Soldiers patrol the streets of Hebron 

Palestinian boys in Ramallah

Jamal and Laya, born as a refugee

Father and son, Hebron

Saher and his family

Wafa Idris and family. Red Cross volunteer, lawyer, and the 1st female suicide bomber.


Moyads mum

Waiting for husbands return during night time gunfire, Ayda Camp Bethlehem.

Waiting for husbands return during night time gunfire, Ayda Camp Bethlehem.

Hebron

Ramallah

Ramallah

Hebron market.

Hebron

Jerusalem

Rooti, member of Machsom Watch with daughter Danya. Tel Aviv.

Rooti, member of Machsom Watch with daughter Danya. Tel Aviv.

Hebron

Jerusalem

Curfews put extreme limits on a persons life.

Curfews put huge limits on a persons life.

Driving around the West Bank is a tense experience for Palestinians because of random check points.

Driving around the west bank can be a tense experience due to random Israeli check points.

Qalqilya and the wall
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Qalqilya and the wall


Bedouin are unable to move freely in Israel.

Bedouin are unable to move freely in Israel. Their way of life has been demolished.

On the road

Rachels Tomb, IDF look out over Ayda Refugee Camp.

Israeli soldier, Rachels Tomb, Bethlehem. Scar from a stone thrown at him.

Jerusalem

Soldiers on Damascus Gate, Jerusalem. 

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