Posts Tagged ‘ Middle East ’

Qalandiya

Qalandiya West Bank

A West Bank street during clashes between Palestinian stone throwers and Israeli soldiers near the Qalandiya checkpoint, just north of Jerusalem.

 

Hebron

Hebron West bank

Empty streets and closed shops in the Palestinian Old City of Hebron in the south of the West Bank. In most Arab cities, the Old City area is the heart of the city: thriving, bustling and vibrant. The Old City of Hebron, however, is a virtual ghost town.

 

Hebron

Old City Hebron West Bank

Closed up Palestinian shops in the Old City of Hebron in the south of the West Bank. In most Arab cities, the Old City is the heart of the city: thriving, bustling and vibrant. The Old City of Hebron, however, is a virtual ghost town.

Southern Hebron Hills

A Palestinian man in a cave in the Southern Hebron Hills of the West bank

A Palestinian man in a cave in the Palestinian cave village of Qawawis in the Southern Hebron hills of the West Bank.

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Graffiti in Hebron

Hebron West bank

Graffiti on a door in the Palestinian Old City area of Hebron in the south of the West Bank. Approximately five hundred Jewish settlers controversially live in this predominately Arab city.

Hebron

Israeli army checkpoint in the Palestinian city of Hebron in the south of the West bank

Israeli army checkpoint in the Palestinian Old City of Hebron in the West Bank. In most Arab cities, the Old City area is the heart of the city: thriving, bustling and vibrant. The Old City of Hebron, however, is a virtual ghost town.

Hebron

Hebron West Bank

Deserted street in the Palestinian Old City of Hebron in the West Bank. In most Arab cities, the Old City is the heart of the city: thriving, bustling and vibrant. The Old City of Hebron, however, is a virtual ghost town.