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It’s Christmas: still no room at the inn

It’s quite hard, I find, ¬†to enjoy a cup of tea at someone’s house when you can hear¬†gunshots being fired outside. It was late in the afternoon, and I was at Hashem el-Azzeh’s house in Hebron, Palestine. My friend, Sophie, and I had just spent an interesting and moving day walking around the settler-occupied neighbourhood […]