When I arrived in Israel for the first time in 2007, I was struck by how many different identities existed in the region, and how many ways there were to be ‘other’ – not just Jewish versus Arab, but even within the category of ‘Israeli’. This seemed particularly true in the disputed territories of the West Bank.
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