‘Where can I go?’ The threat of annexation in the Jordan valley

By EA Cassie.

As the sheep ventured out in search of food, the sun rose over the hills behind them. Their climb was made significantly easier than previous weeks, as the sweltering heat of the day didn’t arrive until after 8.30am. The sheep and their shepherd Burhan lead the way, accompanied by the sound of the flock rustling in the dry bushes; the bell on the donkey chiming with each wave of its neck.

Burhan tends his flock in the hills of the Jordan Valley

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