07 August 2006

How to Go to School in Palestine

Because of the ever-encroaching Zionist Apartheid Wall, the Palestinian school children below one day found that their way to school is now obstructed by an Izraeli checkpoint, one that will probably evolve to an additional permanent separation which in turn will be connected to the Wall. But the children want to go to school. "Whatever is prohibited is desired" proclaims the old Arab proberb. (click on images for larger view.)

The children resist, and try to push their way past the occupying forces.

They end up having school in the street.

When the boys try to push a little harder, they get arrested.

Another day in the life under occupation in Palestine.

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