Journey back to the first intifada
Twenty years after his army service in Deheisheh refugee camp, and 25 years after the start of the first intifada, Shay Fogelman returns to the camp in search of the girl whose life he saved.
A large black iron cage stands at the entrance to Deheisheh refugee camp, on the outskirts of Bethlehem. It was placed there in the mid-1980s by Israel Defense Forces soldiers as part of the only entry gate to the camp. In the center of the cage there was a revolving iron door, which barely allowed one person at a time to pass through.
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