THE HOLY MOUNTAIN : THE STORY OF THE ISRAELITE SAMARITANS
In 2017, I was awarded the Neville Shulman Challenge Award from the Royal Geographical Society in London. With this support I flew to Israel to spend time with the Israelite Samaritans; perhaps the smallest and oldest ethno-religious group in the world. I travelled between their two communities in Holon, near Tel Aviv, and Mount Gerizim, above Nablus in the West Bank, during the festival of Pesach, or Passover.
You can read a newspaper piece that I wrote here.
Currently I'm working on another series of stories about the project, but in the meantime, here are some pictures from the journey.