The wall in Tulkarem

This footage taken on 18 August 2002 follows the lines of Israel’s apartheid wall on a map and EI’s Arjan El Fassed filmed through which areas in and around Tulkarem Israel’s apartheid wall will be built. Most of the owners of the land already had been notified that their land was to be confiscated by military orders. The wall cuts a water pipeline built by the farmers.
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    Camera and Editing: Arjan El Fassed



    SCREENSHOTS

    Map of Tulkarem showing the route of Israel’s apartheid wall and surrounding areas (Photo: AEF, 2002)


    In Tulkarem, the wall separates Palestinian communities, cutting down agricultural land and denying access of Palestinian farmers to their land.

    At the end of the video, EI’s Arjan El Fassed filmed from the roof of a home which will be separated from Tulkarem and will be located between the 1967 demarcation line, and Tulkarem. The family who lives there is originally from a home, which could be seen from the roof, which is located on the other side of the 1967 demarcation line. In 1948, the father of the owner headed to Tulkarem and his brother stayed. Now, he will be completely isolated from both his family in Tulkarem and his uncle’s family, who live in what became Israel.

    Area through which Israel’s apartheid wall is planned to be built. Large areas of land will be confiscated and agricultural land and water resources will be destroyed (Photo: AEF, 2002)

    Related Links:

  • Update: New Israeli map highlights Palestinian concerns about “security fence”, Arjan El Fassed, 28 September 2002
  • False wisdoms about Israel’s security ‘fence’, Arjan El Fassed, EI, 29 August 2002
  • Separation Barrier, position paper B’Tselem, September 2002
  • Israel’s Apartheid Wall: We are here, they are there, LAW, November 2002
  • 11,000 Palestinians between Israel’s apartheid wall and Green Line, LAW, 23 September 2002
  • LAW files more petitions against Israel’s apartheid wall, LAW, 11 September 2002
  • LAW files petition against construction of Israel’s apartheid wall, LAW, 20 August 2002.