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Ahmad H. Sa’di

of social, economic and political activity was defined as ‘crime’ and was dealt with by the rhetoric and practices of crime control. (Ibid.:659) Third, intimate surveillance was sought not only through Palestinian collaborators – who passed on information which people made public in social gatherings or while travelling on public transportation (e.g. Cohen, 2006:13) – but also through their operators. The regional representatives of the Military Government were required to live in the area under their supervision in order to obtain first-hand and unfiltered

in Thorough surveillance