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Somewhere in the dry desert of the South Hebron Hills

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Somewhere in the dry desert of the South Hebron Hills

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A car drops of workers in the southern West Bank

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A car drops of workers in the southern West Bank

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Occupied labour: The treadmill of Palestinian work in Israel

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Occupied labour: The treadmill of Palestinian work in Israel

An investigation into how Palestinians escape the poverty trap by working in Israel but only at the terrible cost of failing to build and sustain their own local economies.   Driving near the concrete barrier that separates Israel from the southern West Bank, a car passes a Bedouin settlement, leaves the main road for a dirt one, and veers into a field. It stops next to a gap in the wall. Three men get out, rush through the opening, and are picked up on the other side – inside Israel. Further west, the ground becomes rocky and hilly. Four-wheel drives bring groups of men to another...

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Bounded Mobilities: Ethnographic Perspectives on Social Hierarchies and Global Inequalities

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Bounded Mobilities: Ethnographic Perspectives on Social Hierarchies and Global Inequalities

Bounded Mobilities: Ethnographic Perspectives on Social Hierarchies and Global Inequalities

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After the war: Jewish-Arab relations in Israel

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After the war: Jewish-Arab relations in Israel

The war in Gaza did not only wreak huge damage on the strip—it added to the polarisation of Israeli society too. “Jewish Israelis usually don’t confront me with their opinions. But now it all comes out,” said Yazid, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, as we sat in a Tel Aviv coffee shop. A few seconds later sirens went off and the waiters hectically guided everyone into a nearby building for shelter. An explosion was heard from above, people waited for another minute and then they returned to business as usual. This article was first published on OpenDemocracy It was mid-July and the...

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