On my way to Palestine, I decided to focus my work on “ordinary life”, the daily lives of Palestinians, far echoes of the world and the journalistic reflex. Throughout the meetings, some people showed no bitterness and did not fit in resistance to the situation; their daily life was a real subject.
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