Life in an IDF Firing Zone: For These Palestinians, It's a Daily Nightmare

Six months after an Israeli court ruled that the residents of Masafer Yatta can be evicted, they describe what’s it like walking hours to the doctor, having little access to education and waking up to the sounds of explosions

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A military checkpoint near the village of Al-Fakheit, in Masafer Yatta, last week. "They held me for five hours at the checkpoint one hundred meters from my house," a resident recalls.
A military checkpoint near the village of Al-Fakheit, in Masafer Yatta, last week. "They held me for five hours at the checkpoint one hundred meters from my house," a resident recalls.Credit: Moti Milrod
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