Palestinian women

Hajji Sara, strong independent woman living in the south Hebron Hills, routinely aggressed by Israeli soldiers and colonists

Hajji Sara

dispossessed from her land, living in ramshackle tent under constant threat of Israeli colonist or soldier attack

making taboon bread

Nablus resident after her home was invaded and occupied by Israeli soldiers, depriving she, her husband and family members food and water for over one day, ransacking the house

house destroyed by Israeli army, this Palestinian woman from eastern Gaza lives alone in the re-stacked rubble of her former home.ا

sheep herders in Gaza scour for edibles for their flocks. Land rendered aridly devoid of growth by lack of rains and Israeli bulldozing and bombing.

sheep herders in Gaza scour for edibles for their flocks. Land rendered aridly devoid of growth by lack of rains and Israeli bulldozing and bombing.

Mossadar, eastern Gaza: her family house and land with generations-old olive, fruit and nut trees, was bulldozed by Israeli military dozers in early 2010.

her land and home were bulldozed by Israeli army bulldozers suddenly in march 2010, with no warning and for no reason. She lost mature olive and fruit trees and her home.

young Palestinian artist painting mural on Israeli War on Gaza

protesting the Israeli-imposed “buffer zone” which annexes up to 2 km of land from the Gaza-Israel border and under which pretext Israeli soldiers shoot Palestinian farmers and workers, injuring and killing them regularly

protesting the Israeli-imposed “buffer zone” which annexes up to 2 km of land from the Gaza-Israel border and under which pretext Israeli soldiers shoot Palestinian farmers and workers, injuring and killing them regularly

protesting the Israeli-imposed “buffer zone” which annexes up to 2 km of land from the Gaza-Israel border and under which pretext Israeli soldiers shoot Palestinian farmers and workers, injuring and killing them regularly

Palestinian mother joins in weekly protests outside the Red Cross, calling for the basic right to visit their loved ones in Israeli prisons. Many have gone 7 or more years without being allowed to see their imprisoned loved ones.

made homeless during the Israeli war on Gaza in 2008-2009, this woman and her family from the Atattra area live year-round in an inadequate tent, their only option.

made homeless during the Israeli war on Gaza in 2008-2009, this woman and her family from the Atattra area live year-round in an inadequate tent, their only option.

volunteer with the Beit Hanoun “Local Initiative” community group, which works to help farmers and poor families in and near the Israeli-imposed “buffer zone”

Leila and her family lived 470 metres from the Gaza-Israel border but fled the house after a May 2008 Israeli army invasion which shot up their home, killed thousands of their chickens, plowed up farmland and crops and terrified their children. She still returns during the day with Jaber, her husband, to work the land anew and cook over felled olive trees.

Leila and Jaber were rooftop one day, fixing a broken water tank (Israeli gunfire) when Israeli troops began firing suddenly on the house from the border 470 metres away. Running from their fire, Leila fell down the roof stairs and broke her leg.

member of the Athemna family which lost 17 people in an 8 November 2006 Israeli shelling on their house, a continuous onslaught of shells throughout the night which killed their targets in horrific ways.

wafa, 17, shot in the kneecap by Israeli soldiers.

Palestinian farmer from Khoza’a, southeastern Gaza

Palestinian farmer from Khoza’a, southeastern Gaza.

2 comments

  1. Bravo chère Eva,
    Avec nos salutations!
    Tina et Aleks te passent de bonjours spéciaux!
    Tina a beaucoup aimé ces photos particulièrement les deux dernières.
    Donne de tes nouvelles et si tu as besoin de quelque chose laisse moi le savoir.
    As tu un numéro de téléphone?
    Mes amitiés.

    Amir.

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