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Source: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
3 December 2003

West Bank Barrier - Humanitarian Access and the Jerusalem Wall

This report, produced by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), is part of a monitoring exercise that focuses on the humanitarian implications of the complex series of walls and fences that the Israeli Government is constructing in the West Bank and around Jerusalem.

This report focuses specifically on the issue of Palestinian access to Jerusalem. It examines how the Wall in combination with other policies, such as checkpoints and permits restrict the ability of Palestinians to reach their land, services and other traditional links with the city of Jerusalem.

 INTRODUCTION [1 mb - 6 pages]

CLOSURES & ACCESS [600 kb - 2 pages]

LAND SEIZURE [1.2 mb - 3 pages]

ID CARDS [1.3 mb - 3 pages]

HISTORY OF JERUSALEM & UN RESOLUTIONS [190 kb - 3 pages]

CASE STUDIES


CONCLUSION & ENDNOTES [550 kb - 2 pages]

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