International multimedia journalist
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new york city
July 18, 2013
It all happened because I forgot my visa.
Normally we, the white foreigners, would sit on the air-conditioned number 18 bus from Ramallah to Jerusalem while each and every Palestinian filed off. As they funneled through gun-manned turnstiles, we’d ease our way over the...
July 12, 2013
From any high point in Jerusalem you can see the wall. Like the spine of a snake, it coils along neighborhood streets, shopping avenues, and the backs of sun-bleached ridges.
To the eyes of a newcomer, it looks haphazard, even arbitrary, as though a child has ta...
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