It takes two villages

Arab and Jewish women living beyond the Green Line team up in the name of photography.

By LAURA BEN-DAVID
November 17, 2016 21:12
Arab and Jew

‘What she said next devastated me: I had no permission to publish any of my photos of these women at all.’. (photo credit: LAURA BEN-DAVID)

 
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