An Israeli settler seats in the remains of a makeshift cabin after it was demolished by the Israeli police in the unauthorised outpost near the Jewish settlement of Migron, northeast of the West Bank city of Ramallah June 3, 2009. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, defying U.S. President Barack Obama's call for a settlement freeze, said on Monday Israel would continue to build in existing Jewish enclaves in occupied territory. The right-wing coalition government has said it will remove unauthorised "outposts," mostly small hilltop camps, that Israel itself has not approved. The World Court has deemed all settlements, large and small, illegal. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi /ABACAUSA.COM  (image by Olivier Fitoussi)
An Israeli settler seats in the remains of a makeshift cabin after it was demolished by the Israeli police in the unauthorised outpost near the Jewish settlement of Migron, northeast of the West Bank city of Ramallah June 3, 2009. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, defying U.S. President Barack Obama's call for a settlement freeze, said on Monday Israel would continue to build in existing Jewish enclaves in occupied territory. The right-wing coalition government has said it will remove unauthorised "outposts," mostly small hilltop camps, that Israel itself has not approved. The World Court has deemed all settlements, large and small, illegal. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi /ABACAUSA.COM
©Olivier Fitoussi
lightstalkers.org/olivier_fitousi | View all images in this gallery | Play slideshow | Feed-icon-10x10-dim Subscribe via RSS

Icon-previous Icon-next