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It also advertises upcoming protests together with 'La Familia', a notoriously racist football hooligan group who support 'Beitar Jerusalem' - the only football club in Israel's premier league which has never signed an Arab player.

— Moroccan-occupied Western Sahara: The oldest functioning security barrier in the world, this 2,700 kilometer (1,700-mile) sand wall (or “berm”) separates the Moroccan territory from land controlled by Polisario rebels, who have been fighting and negotiating for control of the Western Sahara since the 1970s.

— Saudi Arabia-Iraq: Responding to the rise of the Islamic State group, the Saudis added to an existing seven-meter-high (23 feet) sand berm on the Iraqi border with a 900-kilometer (560-mile) fence, 78 watchtowers, eight command centers, 10 mobile surveillance vehicles, 32 rapid-response centers, and three rapid intervention squads.

Pictured: Dov, a co-ordinator for the Lehava in his Israeli town, out in Jerusalem with activists on a Thursday evening But it does not stop there.

When the Berlin Wall came down in 1989 there were 16 major walls protecting borders around the world.

* Saturday, and the South Hebron Hills flowed out like deep waves on the sea, dipped in the colours of straw and dust.

Racist extremists who set up a 'hotline' to inform on Jews in a relationship with 'Arabs' and who targeted Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are openly peddling hate and violence - but the Israeli government won't act.

From a hilltop just beyond the checkpoint, I can see the southern boundary between Israel and Palestine.

In the aftermath of the Six-Day War, the UN Security Council and the international community reaffirmed this line, which in 1948 had moved 78.5 per cent of historic Palestine into Israeli possession, as the border to be maintained ‘for a just and lasting peace in the Middle East in which every State in the area can live in security.’ There is nothing to be seen of it now, and certainly no sign of it here in the South Hebron Hills, where an Israeli traveler would never know he or she had passed the boundary into Palestine.

It will look completely different in the winter.” I was startled to realize that all I could see was one aspect of a harsh, inhospitable season.

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