Walls. Checkpoints. Long lines in the hot sun. To go on everyday errands, let alone to achieve their national aspirations, Palestinians are forced to wait and wait and wait, to the point that life in the occupied territories is literally slowing down. Meanwhile, bypass roads and the like are speeding up the lives of Israeli settlers. Middle East Report 248 ticks off the ways in which time itself has become a dimension of differential power.
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