What I've Seen in 30 Years of Reporting on the Israeli Occupation

The occupation has its own language: An Arab is a 'terrorist,' detention without trial is 'administrative,' the occupying power is forever the victim and writing about its crimes is treason

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Prisoners released at the Erez Crossing, 1994.
Prisoners released at the Erez Crossing, 1994.Credit: Alex Levac
Palestinians throw rocks at Israeli troops in Gaza during the first intifada.Credit: Alex Levac
Palestinians in Jerusalem, in 2001.Credit: Alex Levac
Hebron, 2008.Credit: Alex Levac
Nablus, 1990.Credit: Alex Levac
Israeli soldiers in Hebron in the '90s.Credit: Alex Levac
Gaza, 1990. Credit: Alex Levac



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