On Tuesday, August 12, I joined over 60 international peace workers and over 200 residents of the West Bank town of Qalqilia to protest Israel's construction of a 25 foot high concrete apartheid wall. In Qalqilia, the wall circles for 7 miles, completely sealing off the town. During the march from the civic center to the wall, children flew kites with ribbons the color of the Palestinian flag. Women's groups carried signs demanding the release of their husbands and sons being held as political prisoners. Young men carried signs with messages such as: "Learn from history: Welcome to the Qalqilia Concentration Camp."
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