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NPR’s Series On Israel’s Separation Wall April 7, 2009

A Palestinian man walks towards the security fence, which separates the West Bank town of Mesah from nearby Israeli settlements. (David Gilkey/NPR)

(David Gilkey/NPR)

NPR is running a four-part series on Israel’s separation wall called “Israel’s Barrier.”  The series started on Monday and will air on the afternoon program “All Things Considered.”  The reports look into daily life along the wall and the effects it’s had on Palestinian and Israeli life.

The series is a compilation of works by reporter Eric Westervelt and photographer David Gilkey.  Westervelt writes that “the series captures the realities of life along the barrier, including the struggles of the people who find good and bad in it everyday.”  You can listen to the reports and see photos and videos at the series’ website.  It’s worth checking out.

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One Response to “NPR’s Series On Israel’s Separation Wall”

  1. MicieFxs9 Says:

    What a great write-up! I am so pleased you decided to talk about it.

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