Photojournalism gallery Photojournalism by UK photographer Josh Jones. Jordan Valley farmers, Palestine, 2008 Mother of the children featured here. The Israeli forces have blocked roads to her farm using bulldozers. Our taxi navigates around them bumpily. Bedouin children. The land around their farm is used by the IDF for live-fire exercises. Bedouin boy milking a sheep in the family farm. Hebron children, Palestine, 2010 Yunis, in the back garden where he was assaulted by neighbouring Zionist settlers. Rajhad, looking out of the fence that protects her small school. The building is built like a fortress following assaults by settlers in 2006, 2008 and 2009. In one instance, settlers set fire to the building while classes were taking place. A lone trainer hangs in part of Hebron closed by the IDF. An IDF soldier on duty. My friend is teasing and pleasding with him to leave Hebron and the IDF, even if that means facing jail. Graffiti by the far-right ‘Jewish Defence League’. Once the centre of a bustling Palestinian commercial area, all the buildings on this street have been closed by Israeli forces. Here, a dog passes the time where a shopkeeper once would have sat. A pupil at the small school in Hebron that has suffered multiple arson attacks from Israeli settlers. She is showing her work: a picture of her ideal house. Bi’lin protest, Palestine, 2010 From the age of 18 every Israeli male and female is required to serve three and two years, respectively, of compulsory military service. Non-violent resistance to the Israeli separation wall. Photographers, civilian and military. Protesters attempt to reason with IDF soldiers, asking them to leave the land that has been stolen by the Israeli separation wall. ‘Weapon of choice’. An Israeli solider holding a tear gas grenade; a Palestinian doctor holding alcohol swabs. Moments after being shot in the leg, Ashraf Al-Khatib attempts to limp away from advancing soldiers. Ashraf Al-Khatib, having been shot with live ammo, is carried to safety by fellow protesters. Protests in London and Brighton, 2009-10 Photographers flee, laughing, as an anti-austerity protest outside the Labour Party Conference in Brighton gathers momentum. Brighton, 27th Sep 2009. Stop the War’s ‘Bring the Troops Home’ protest. London, 24th Oct 2009. Anti-war protesters clash with mounted police. London Road, Brighton, 4th May 2009. At this anti-BNP protest, police threatened to break the action using horses. The protesters responded by linking arms. Derbyshire, 15th Aug, 2009 Protesters and police struggle outside the arms manufacturer EDO. Brighton, 10th Jan 2010. More in Photojournalism archives.