Monthly Archives: July 2015

Bethlehem Checkpoint 300

In 2011 I volunteered with EAPPI and at that time my colleagues and I ¬†understood that the Bethlehem Checkpoint was a nightmare. It was extremely poorly managed (perhaps by design) with little regard for people passing through, I was not … Continue reading

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Bulldozers Poised to Destroy Susiya!

Our worse fears are unfolding. As we were returning home this bulldozer lumbered down the road past Susiya and was delivered to the military outpost 2 minutes away! The EAPPI overnight shift arrived. Nothing to report in the handover. It … Continue reading

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‘The Games People Play’, the children of Susiya

One village. One extended family, and a community of stunningly beautiful children. They are reserved but sophistated in a way that shows they have been exposed to the world. Nasser Nawaalja, the spokesperson for the village has been networking to … Continue reading

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