The Palestinian village of Khirbet Susya has existed in the South Hebron Hills since the 19th century. In 1986, the Palestinian residents of Susya were expelled from their village and their homes demolished.  Since then, the Israeli authorities have been working to force the Palestinian residents out of the area through land appropriation and demolition of homes and village structures.  The Nawaja family is presently awaiting the demolition of their homes and has nowhere else to go.
       
     
 Jenin has long been the West Bank's bread basket. It is home to Canaan Fair Trade, Palestine’s largest fair-trade farm collective which supports 1,700 families who produce and export olive oil, almonds, herbs and other agricultural products. Jenin’s olive trees date back to Biblical times and its farmers, who have preserved ancient permaculture practices, are Palestine's living history.
       
     
Canaan Nus-Jbeil Farmer's Cooperative
       
     
 Nablus, in the northern West Bank, has historically served as Palestine's commercial capital. It houses the Palestinian stock exchange and its market in Nablus' old town is among the most beautiful. Nablus is renowned for its local handicrafts, soap, and delicious food, including Nabulsi cheese and knafeh. Palestine’s only remaining keffiyeh factory is located in Nablus.
       
     
Douban Professional Dance Group, East Jerusalem
       
     
 Jerusalem has been a place of pilgrimage and worship for Christians, Jews and Muslims since the biblical era. East Jerusalem, the nominal capital of Palestine, is under occupation by Israel.
       
     
Hebrew University, East Jerusalem
       
     
 Ramallah is Palestine's present administrative capital and the political, economic, and cultural hub of the West Bank. It was historically a Christian town, but today Muslims form the majority of the population, with Christians making up a significant minority.
       
     
Rukab Street, Ramallah
       
     
Cafe de la Paix, Ramallah
       
     
Radio Bar, Ramallah
       
     
 Hebron is the West Bank's largest urban center.  Hebron’s old city, where these photos are taken, is much beloved. Israeli settlers have moved into Hebron’s city limits and it is a place of daily conflict for its residents. This after-school girls club was created as a place of refuge for young girls who live with the daily stress and instability of military occupation and settler harassment.
       
     
 Bethlehem, in the southern West Bank, is well-known as the birthplace of Jesus.  The city is now encircled by the separation wall. The wall has suffocated the city’s economy, which relies heavily on tourism. Still, the Church of the Nativity remains a Christian pilgrimage site that continues to draw tourists from around the world each year.