Otherwise occupied || An anthropological experience in Israeli detention
A Pole whose father is Palestinian, denied entry into the West Bank and Israel, tells about the time he spent as a voluntary detainee in the cells of Ben-Gurion Airport.
When a few pretty young women (from Russia or Ukraine) wound up in the detention cells at Ben-Gurion Airport, the guards of the Population, Immigration and Border Authority allowed Kamil Qandil and other detainees to join them for some fresh air in the yard three times a day. The women were not wearing brassieres, which Qandil realized had attracted the guards’ attention. They said they...
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