Monday, December 26, 2016
The Daoud’s farm in the occupied West Bank town of Falama is split in two with Israel’s separation barrier. The small family-run business struggles to access 70% of their land as Israel controls the checkpoint with half hour openings three times a day, sometimes refusing entry. Despite the political difficulties, the family is keeping the Palestinian tradition of growing Zaatar alive with both the land and the knowledge passed down through generations.
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