23 Jul. 2013
Qalqilya, Palestinian Territories
Taysir Sharif Abu Hader (R), a 57-year-old Palestinian labourer, who has a permit to work in Israel, drinks tea after returning home from prayers at a mosque in the West Bank town of Qalqilya June 29, 2013. There are two ways for Palestinian workers to cross into Israel every day. Those with work permits can pass through a military checkpoint. Those without have to find a way through the separation barrier, which is made up of mostly fences and some cement walls, snaking its way through the West Bank. Those caught entering illegally risk a fine or imprisonment. Both ways are time consuming but the reward for those who find a job in Israel is four times the amount of pay that they can earn in the West Bank. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK - Tags: SOCIETY)
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