IN THIS EPISODE
A leftist Israeli journalist and novelist, who grew up in the 1980s, confronted his own long-held biases by spending an extended length of time penetrating the Green Line (the 1949 demarcation of Israel’s borders) and visiting the West Bank and East Jerusalem. In a series of hard-hitting chapters, he recounts his journeys — to Palestinian refugee camps, Israeli settlements, kibbutzim, and border crossings like Kalandia — underscoring the enormous fatigue that has settled around the Israeli occupation and the essential desire for the Palestinians to enjoy equal rights and move freely with in the country.
Nir Baram – A Land Without Borders: My Journey Around East Jerusalem And The West Bank
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