The Nigerian-American novelist Teju Cole is in Palestine, and continues to send out simple images that capture Palestinian conditions on his twitter feed. (We first posted on this the other day.) These pictures speak for themselves. They’re newsworthy because of their poetry, dignity and frankness.
Some of the recent images Cole has sent, with his tweets:
“View of Bethlehem, with the illegal Jewish settlement of Har Homa on the hills just beyond.”
“Palestinian Muslim cemetery damaged by Israeli wall, Bethlehem”
“Hebron. Stones thrown at a checkpoint in the middle of town.”
“Hebron. The man in the poster died in prison.”