Video: Saddling up for school

Palestinian bedouin children ride donkeys and negotiate border checkpoints to reach school.

    Unco-operative donkeys and checkpoints manned by armed soldiers are not obstacles most students have to face on their way to school.

    But for some Palestinian bedouin children living in the occupied West Bank, they are everyday challenges on their journey to get an education, as Al Jazeera's Clayton Swisher finds in the town of Tubas.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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