Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

The Washington Post commissioned me to create photos for two stories about Ultra right-wing Jewish settlers and activists in the West Bank. Read the stories online here and here

Author: William Booth

Photo Editor: Jade-Snow Joachim

Ezri Tubi, a spokesman for the Israeli settlement of Yitzhar, poses for a portrait at his house, in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south ofthe Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015. 

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli laborers are seen during work at a construction site, in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli children enjoy the cold water of a spring pool, during a hot summer day in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli children slide down an inflatable water slide, during a hot summer day in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli girls sit on a swing, during a hot summer day in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

A Jewish Israeli father and his children walk up an unpaved road in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south ofthe Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

A donkey is seen on a hilltop in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Aviya Morris (L), Raphael Morris (R) and their child Cherut Zion pose for a portrait in Merav, a religious Kibbutz located on Mount Avinadav, one of the summits of the Gilboa mountain range, overlooking the Beit Shean Valley and the Jordan Valley, on August 5, 2015. Aviya Morris, a 20-year-old Temple Mount activist, was arrested in July by Israeli Police for saying “Mohammed is a pig” while on a visit to the Temple Mount.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers
Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

The Washington Post commissioned me to create photos for two stories about Ultra right-wing Jewish settlers and activists in the West Bank. Read the stories online here and here

Author: William Booth

Photo Editor: Jade-Snow Joachim

Ezri Tubi, a spokesman for the Israeli settlement of Yitzhar, poses for a portrait at his house, in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south ofthe Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015. 

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli laborers are seen during work at a construction site, in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli children enjoy the cold water of a spring pool, during a hot summer day in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli children slide down an inflatable water slide, during a hot summer day in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Jewish Israeli girls sit on a swing, during a hot summer day in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

A Jewish Israeli father and his children walk up an unpaved road in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south ofthe Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

A donkey is seen on a hilltop in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus, on August 5, 2015.

Commissions - The Washington Post - Israel's Ultra Right-Wing Settlers

Aviya Morris (L), Raphael Morris (R) and their child Cherut Zion pose for a portrait in Merav, a religious Kibbutz located on Mount Avinadav, one of the summits of the Gilboa mountain range, overlooking the Beit Shean Valley and the Jordan Valley, on August 5, 2015. Aviya Morris, a 20-year-old Temple Mount activist, was arrested in July by Israeli Police for saying “Mohammed is a pig” while on a visit to the Temple Mount.

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