Bowman, Glenn
March 2004
Social Analysis;Spring2004, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p149
Academic Journal
Recounts an author's experience on his fieldwork on the borders of Israel's Anti-Terrorist Fence also known as "the Wall" of Beit Sahour, West Bank. View of the author on the Wall's closure that serves as reassurance on a nervous Israeli electorate to the West Bank conurbations that the Arabs would not be able to get them; Representation of the Wall on Israel's security needs; Consideration of the border as the ultimate symbol of military state sovereignty.


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