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This wall is taking all the green areas that used to be owned by people from Bethlehem, now it is all taken and no one can reach it! location Aida Refugee Camp
Graffiti art in Bethlehem at Aida refugee Camp with tourists walking along the separation wall. Bethlehem, Palestine, 2012
B-Roll videos of Kiryat Arba settlement, West Bank
Mickael Harroch, a young Israeli man, discusses the implications for Netanyahu's decision to approve 3,000 new building permits for settlements in the West Bank. The following is B Roll footage of Kiryat Arba settlement,the separation barrier, Jerusalem and the Western Wall.
As a fragile Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire sets in, many are beginning to take stock of the current situation in the region. Most notable is Benjamin Netanyahu's move to begin the process of building 3,000 new structures in the contested area of the West Bank. The issuance of the building permits in the area has angered Palestinians, and prompted mixed reactions among Israelis.
A section of the separation barrier in Ras al Amoud, East Jerusalem
B-Roll of the Separation Barrier in Ras al Amoud, East Jerusalem
The Israeli West Bank barrier is a security and separation barrier under construction by the State of Israel along and within the West Bank. This mural is one of the most elaborate and is a Palestinian rendition of the famous painting from the 1830s by Eugene Delacroix commemorating the French Revolution. The large "WHATEVER" behind the painting is a feeling felt by many Palestinian youth of any glorifying successful revolution against their occupiers.