On February 4, 2013, a Palestinian resident of the West Bank received this entry permit when he crossed the Allenby Bridge from Jordan. The big blue letters at the top inform the holder that the State of Israel's Border Patrol has granted him entry, making it look as though the territory he was entering -- Palestine -- was actually Israel. Under the blue letters at the top, next to the words "Entry Permit," the Hebrew words say, "Owner of Palestinian ID card." But at the lower right, where it says in Hebrew "le'um," or nationality, the border control typed ISR, for…Read More... | 4 Comments
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