Institut National Supérieur des Arts du spectacle et des techniques de diffusion
Bethlehem, Israel, May 29, 2014
The controversial separation wall near the site of Rachel’s Tomb, located within a Muslim cemetery in a walled enclave biting into the outskirts of Bethlehem. In September 2002, the tomb was incorporated on the Israeli side of the West Bank barrier and surrounded by a concrete wall and watchtowers. The West Bank barrier, 700 km long, separates Israel from the Palestinian Territory and is meant to defence against Palestinian attacks.
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