Haaretz, Apr. 12, 2016

 

political activist Uri Agnon, who also works in the village [...] says the worst example of their problematic relationship is the sewage system. “In the winter, when rains fall, municipal sewers carry the shit to Isawiyah. I don’t think it’s intentional, but this university is a very big body that acts apathetically,” says Agnon. “When they says neighborly relations, they hint at symmetry – but there is no symmetry between a contract worker and his employer. We are next to each other, but not neighbors.”

Inside the enclave

[...] Checkpoints have become routine, alongside the massive and sometimes arbitrary use of tear-gas grenades, sponge-tipped bullets and arrests.