Upon entering Mikhmas, you may get a sense of what Palestinian villages would look like were it not for the occupation. The village is still replete with everything familiar to Palestinian collective imagination, geographic and cultural: women’s embroidered thobes, the elderly’s koufiyas, old domed houses amongst modern buildings, and a serene rural atmosphere. However, the scenery is disfigured as you reach the outskirts of the village overlooking the alien and insidious Israeli colonies.
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