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Visualizing Palestine


Infographic: Palestinian & Israeli Deaths

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This infographic reflects the death toll and peaks of armed force in the Israel-Palestinian conflict. It draws on detailed data gathered by Israeli human rights organisation B'Tselem since the outbreak of the Second Intifada in September 2000.  The chart also includes figures from a previous study on the peaks of armed force and ensuing death tolls. The chart is particularly pertinent as a new and tenuous ceasefire has halted Israel's most recent ...

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Gaza Water Confined and Contaminated

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  "Take ANY city in the world and cut it off from its hinterland and then try to organize "automonous" water supply within and for the city! No, city, I repeat, no city in the world would be able to survive."  --C. Messerschmid to Visualizing Palestine    The Gaza Strip is in its sixth year of siege, in the twenty-first year of closure and the forty-sixth year of occupation. The Coastal Aquifer, shared with Israel is ...

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Greater Israel Bus Connections & Across the Wall

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The two maps presented here offer subtly different representations of the same set of Israeli public transport data, collected from Both plot the same Israeli bus routes as they travel to, or via, the same illegal settlements in the Palestinian West Bank. Across the Wall explicitly illustrates the bus routes in the light of the growing annexation of Area C of the West Bank, and how the network allows Israelis to travel freely across the Separation Wall ...

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 Visualizing Palestine


Visualizing Palestine is the intersection of communication, social sciences, technology, design and urban studies for social justice.  Visualizing Palestine uses creative visuals to describe a factual rights-based narrative of Palestine/Israel.

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