From Lehavim to Masada via South Hebron Hills tent dwellers, God-fearing settlers and a Russian minimarket. Someone very special is waiting for me this morning outside the train station of Lehavim, north of Be'er Sheva. It is Tine Fetz, the German artist who got into the legal trouble with me on the September Journey, and then illustrated those events that we were not able to photograph. Tine is back in the country and ready to get in trouble again. She picked quite a day to join me: this is to be the final one along the Green Line, and having…Read More... | 7 Comments
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