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Graffiti in Hebrew reads: "Homesh youth respect", painted by Jewish settlers of Homesh, seen on a wall of an old Palestinian mosque where the evacuated illegal settlement of 'Sanour/Tarsila' was established in 1987, 20 km south of the West Bank city of Jenin. The settlement occupied an area of 39 dunums, and used to be inhabited by 15 families, and was evacuated in 2005. Palestinians villagers said that the Israeli settlers still come to the area every week. (Photo by: Ahmad Al-Bazz/

Jenin, West Bank, 01.02.2013

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