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Home arrow Israeli Apartheid Structures arrow They just wanted to go home together
They just wanted to go home together PDF Print E-mail
Feb 20, 2006 at 01:22 AM
by Amira Hass [Ha'aretz, February 22, 2006]

“R. had a work meeting in Ramallah. She planned to return home, to East Jerusalem, with M., her partner, who works in Ramallah. They reached the Hizma checkpoint, east of the Pisgat Ze'ev settlement, where there is a permanent Israel Defense Forces post that checks all travelers heading to Jerusalem. You are forbidden to take this route, said the soldiers. Only your husband is allowed. Take the Qalandiyah checkpoint route...”

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