Monthly Archives: September 2012

Who is my neighbour?

Fahime wept as she showed us round her land.  Unlike in Britain or IreIand, in the West Bank, farmers live in the villages with their farmland at a little distance surrounding the village and we had driven to the farm … Continue reading

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Education in Izbut at Tabib

Moussa Tabib greeted us at a makeshift tent next to a children’s play area opposite the primary school in Izbut at Tabib. The school is in a substantial two storey building and shares its premises with the village community centre. … Continue reading

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‘All our problems stem from the fence ‘

Our house is on the main street just as you enter the village of Jayyous, a Palestinian village of 3,700 people in the West Bank. It is a solid stone single storey house in its own basic courtyard. The house … Continue reading

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