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Journey to Jerusalem and the West Bank

Updated 10:00 AM ET, Mon January 28, 2013
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The sign at the checkpoint to the West Bank warns Israelis that it is illegal for them to enter Bethlehem -- as well as dangerous to their lives. Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University
The "separation barrier" is covered with graffiti on the Bethlehem side of the wall. Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University
The entrance to the Tent of Nations, 100 acres owned by a Palestinian with a deed that dates to 1916, says, "We refuse to be enemies." Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University
Men pray at the Wailing Wall, the only remnant of the ancient Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University
Writer Arri Eisen at a "small Wailing Wall" in the Old City of Jerusalem. Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University
An Orthodox Jew talks on his cell phone on the roof of the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University
A lone crow perches on a pole on the roof of the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. Carlton D. Mackey/Emory University