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CAN YOU SEE ME? - Hanadi (age 15) holds her identification card, required in the ‘Seam Zone’ between the Israeli barrier wall and the West Bank’s internationally-recognized border with the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Residents of the zone need special permits and are often detained at military checkpoints. Children must also pass a checkpoint to go to school. “I feel like I’m in prison,” said Hanadi. - Occupied Palestinian Territory 2007 ©UNICEF/ Kate Brooks - www.unicef.org

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ABU DIS, OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES - APRIL 11: Palestinian women and children walk in the shadow of the Israeli separation barrier dividing the East Jerusalem Palestinian neighborhood of Abu Dis.

Born at Qalandia Checkpoint focuses on the impact of Israeli movement restrictions on the everyday lives of Palestinians. The phenomenon of Palestinian women forced to give birth at military checkpoints peaked during the Second Intifada (2000-05). Since this time, Palestinian women in remote areas have increasingly resorted to coping strategies of relocating in the weeks prior to delivery, or giving birth at home.

CAN YOU SEE ME? - Jamila (age 15) sits at home in Gaza City. She lost both her legs, and her sister, Shaza, was killed during the December 2008-January 2009 Israeli military incursion. A missile hit their home as they played on the roof. The one-month conflict killed 1,300 Gazans, including 350 children. Jamila’s photograph was taken by Rana, 18, during a UNICEF-organized children’s photography workshop. - Occupied Palestinian Territory, 2009 © UNICEF/Rana Matar - www.unicef.org

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BETHLEHEM, OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES - SEPTEMBER 19: In a playground next to the Israeli separation wall dividing the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Palestinian children enjoy a see-saw on Sept. 19, 2010.

Palestinian Kid and Cowered Israeli Soldiers طفل فلسطينى وجنود جبناء

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UNICEF poster circa 1985