Haleen, 25, was released 8 days ago from a 3-year prison sentence. A Palestinian refugee he lives in the Aida camp situated 2 kilometers north of the historic center of Bethlehem. Sitting on the rooftop of his apartment building, he shares stories from his time in prison and details about his family history while looking below at the wall that separates Israel from the West Bank. "We are not terrorists," he says. "We are fighting for our rights." - April 29, 2017
Three young Palestinian children wait to be granted entry through an H2 military check-point inside Hebron's Old Quarter. - April 29, 2017
A Palestinian farmer and his wife in Al-Ras Al-Ahmar, in the Jordan Valley, share their experiences living in an area used for IDF training exercises. Their village is located nearby but they choose to live in tents to protect their herds which graze on the land. The tents and other provisions such as solar panels and water containers are supplied by NGO's working in the area. They are regularly evicted, often finding the tents and other provisions destroyed.
A hilltop view of the Palestinian city Nablus, marked by graffiti that reads, "Al-Qassam brigade is an arrow in spiteful's eyes." Al-Qassam is the military wing of the Palestinian Hamas organization. The message is directed towards both the Palestinian Authority and Israelis.
Soldiers patrolling an Israeli settlement in the Old Quarter of Hebron.
Hebron's Old Quarter has been nicknamed 'Ghost Town' after the area was declared an H2 military zone in 2015. Many shops were forced to close, but a few remain. These men watch passers-by from inside a barbershop.