In Bethlehem every morning around 3 a.m, Palestinian workers queue next to the apartheid wall with the only fault to want to feed their families. The odyssey they must undergo to, just to get at their workplace in time, is marked by endless waiting hours, packed and humiliated from continuous controls: of the identity card, of the work permit (without the which you’re just a prisoner behind a wall) as well as the digital fingerprint. Dehumanized, like in an assembly line, they are no longer human beings, but numbered objects.
Photos by Eleonora Gatto
Few words just to point up that I’m deeply, profoundly and totally close to Palestinian people…so please, when you reblog this little piece of their suffering I’ve posted, don’t use for arguing zionist reasons, that do not exist!!!!The attempted bomb attacks of the Palestinians are the last resort of a population who is suffering a real apartheid since 1948… and it sounds really comic that the worst comments come from American citizens … are you not the world freedom fighters?Did you not fight for achieving indipendence from England?If tomorrow somebody will come to your country and decide that your land can’t belong to you, would you accept it with hugs, kiss and flowers? Democracy and richness for you…and for the other populations?