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Soon, Hospitality Replaced Hostility And Suspicion

What I find interesting is that I guess the majority of us expects a different world view from Dvir, being a descendant of Israel. But he does the opposite. His choice is to use his professional life as a photographer to get close. And by getting close in images he shows me the world and growing up of people that he is supposed to call ‘the enemy’. He gives me hope with his portraits and even very literally in his words when I quote Natan Dvir:

“If I, a Jewish Israeli man, have been accepted and was allowed into my subjectsʼ personal lives – so can other.”