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Josef Koudelka - ISRAEL- PALESTINE 2009.
1. Shu'fat Refugee Camp, overlooking Al 'Isawiya, East Jerusalem.
When complete, the Wall will be approximately 700 kilometres long, more than twice the length
3. Al 'Eizariya (Bethany), East Jerusalem | Military Patrol Road.
The Wall consists of concrete slabs, fences, ditches, razor wire, an electronic monitoring sy
23. As Sawahira ash Sharqiya overlooking Sur Bahr, East Jerusalem | Military infrastructure/trench.
As Sawahira ash Sharqiya and Sur Bahir were separated in th...
4. Road 443 | Road block.
Roadblocks, checkpoints and other physical obstacles restrict Palestinian pedestrian and vehicular movement throughout the West Bank.
51. Near Baqa ash Sharqiya | Gate.
Increasingly, Palestinians farmers can only access their farmland with special Israeli issued 'visitor permits' and through
6. Baqa ash Sharqiya | Access gate.
Around 7,500 Palestinians are isolated between the Wall and the Green Line in an area called the 'Seam Zone'. (Seam Zone +
68. Rachel's Tomb
The Wall is taking on the characteristics of a unilaterally-imposed border, replacing the internationally-recognized Green Line.
15. Har Gilo Settlement.
About 70 of the 150 settlements in the West Bank, including all the major settlement blocs and the settlements in East Jerusalem, are i
42. Near Zeitim Checkpoint, East Jerusalem.
In certain areas on the 'Israeli' side of the Wall, 'aesthetic' wall panels overlay the concrete slabs.
12. Mt. of Olives (At Tur), East Jerusalem.
The Palm Sunday procession from Al 'Eizariya, Biblical Bethany, to the Old City of Jerusalem has been diverted by t
10. Bethlehem checkpoint.
For Palestinians with permits, Bethlehem checkpoint is the main point of access to East Jerusalem from the southern West Bank. (Bethl
5. 'Anata, East Jerusalem.
The Wall in the Jerusalem area measures 142 kilometres, with only four kilometres running along the 1949 Armistice Line or 'Green Lin