Journal of Palestine Studies: Photos from the Quarter

Palestine Square | ميدان فلسـطيـن

This sample of photos, selected from hundreds viewed by JPS, aims to convey a sense of the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories during this quarter (16 February–15 May 2016).

IDF medic Elor Azaria being feted in his hometown of Ramla after his release from detention for Passover. Azaria was awaiting trial for the execution of Abdel-Fattah al-Sharifwho was prone and motionless on the ground after being shot and wounded following a stabbing attack on an Israeli soldier in Tal Rumayda in Hebron. (22 April, Stringer/AFP/ Getty Images) IDF medic Elor Azaria being feted in his hometown of Ramla after his release from detention for Passover. Azaria was awaiting trial for the execution of Abdel-Fattah al-Sharifwho was prone and motionless on the ground after being shot and wounded following a stabbing attack on an Israeli soldier in Tal Rumayda in Hebron. (22 April, Stringer/AFP/Getty Images)

Almond saplings destined for Gaza’s Wadi al-Silqa are loaded off a cart by workers affiliated with the International Committee of the Red Cross. (2 March, Said Khatib/AFP/Getty Images) Almond saplings destined for Gaza’s Wadi al-Silqa are loaded off a cart by workers affiliated with the International Committee of the Red Cross. (2 March, Said Khatib/AFP/Getty Images)

Despite legal appeals by Palestinians, construction continues on the separation wall under a bypass road outside Beit Jala. (7 April, Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images) Despite legal appeals by Palestinians, construction continues on the separation wall under a bypass road outside Beit Jala. (7 April, Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images)

Rural women examining a honeycomb swarming with bees at an apiculture collective in Deir Ballut, north of Ramallah. A project of the Palestinian Agricultural Development Association sponsored by the EU, the collective aims to employ 150 Palestinian women. (29 February, Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images) Rural women examining a honeycomb swarming with bees at an apiculture collective in Deir Ballut…

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