this is how Palestinian prisoners have passed messages to their families and loved ones for decades. most often, the piece of paper is tightly folded, wrapped in plastic and swallowed by a prisoner due to be released.

photo by me from a meeting with Khalid Ashour, Palestinian ex-prisoner who spent 12 years of his life in Israeli prisons.


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