The Oslo Accords divided the West Bank in a manner ostensibly meant to ensure some Palestinian control. However, Israel’s settlement growth, military control and land confiscation render true Palestinian autonomy impossible. This illustration is the second in a series of infographics on the effect of the occupation on the Palestinian civilian population.
By Michal Vexler
>For the entire Visualizing Occupation series click here
OCHA: The Planning Regime Applied by Israeli in Area C of the West Bank
ICAHD: Obstacles to Peace
Peace Now: Settlements in the West Bank – facts and numbers (Hebrew)
Wikipedia – Bantustan
Michal Vexler is a designer and an activist.
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Visualizing Occupation: Palestinian Prisoners’ Day – the numbers
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