Photo Exhibit - This Land Called Palestine
May 13, 2013Public
Photo: Young Palestinians use a ladder to scale the wall at Qalandiya checkpoint during clashes. (SOLD)
Photo: A Palestinian woman is mocked by Israeli settlers in front of what used to be her home in Shiekh Jarrah, East Jerusalem. ($100)
Photo: A Palestinian youth begins throwing rocks at a military watchtower stationed by Israeli soldiers at Qalandiya checkpoint. (SOLD)
Photo: Palestinians from the West Bank village of Kufr Qaddoum try to move a boulder placed on a road reserved exclusively for Jewish settlers. ($100)
Photo: Children playing in the small Jordan Valley village of Fasayal, West Bank. ($100)
Photo: The graffiti reading 'Open The Road' refers to a blocked roadway reserved exclusively for Jewish settlers in the West Bank village of Kufr Qaddoum. ($100)
Photo: An old, faded picture of two Palestinian martyrs from the Intifada years in Nablus, West Bank. (SOLD)
Photo: A solidarity activist in Al Walaja with Israeli soldiers standing close by. (SOLD)
Photo: An Israeli soldier inspects a Palestinian woman's ID card at Qalandiya checkpoint during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. ($100)
Photo: A picture of the oldest olive tree in all of historic Palestine, found in the small West Bank village of Al Walaja, near Bethlehem. Under the tree, believed to be 5,000 years old, is the owner of the land. (SOLD)