Families Interrupted

This series of anonymous portraits, by Haifa-based photographer Jenny Nyman, captures the reality of the many thousands of Palestinian families who are forced to live in the shadows by the Israeli Citizenship Law. By lifting the thin veil of anonymity that envelops them, the images give insight into how the ban turns them into "families interrupted", struggling to lead a normal life together. By photographing them in their personal spaces, it offers glimpses of their day-to-day human existence as families. Produced for Adalah, The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel. More Information