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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

In one of the remaining houses of Lifta, a young Israeli woman comes to have a picnic. She knows nothing about the village's story. On the wall, written in Arabic is the slogan, "Lifta is ours, we will come back".

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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

An Israeli family enjoys a picnic in Lifta. When asked, they do not know about the story of the village. Only the youngest daughter, who did not want to appear in the photograph, mentioned that it was a Palestinian village. She said that the Palestinian people had to leave in order to give their homes to Jewish people, and that they are now asking for the right to return. Baffled by the story the mother asked, "But why can't they return?".

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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

In the village, "Palestine" written in Arabic on the leaf of a prickly pear tree.

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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

In 1948, Jewish people, mostly from Yemen, arrived in Lifta to live in the Palestinian village. After leaving their lives in the countries of origin, they were disappointed with what they found in Lifta; a small, remote village, with little infrastructure.

At the end of 1964, when they saw Asheknazi Jews (Jews of European descent) living in nice "luxury" houses, the Jews of Lifta protested. In 1965, the government provided them with housing in Jerusalem. They were so happy to leave the village that they blew up the roofs of every house to ensure nobody will ever return.

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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

Ilan Shtayer is an Israeli Jew. He is a member of the association "Save Lifta" and fights for the preservation of the village. He is also a former fighter in the Israeli army and is now a member of "Combatants for Peace", an Israeli-Palestinian organization comprised of former Israeli soldiers who demand an end to the occupation of Palestinian land.

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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

Before 1948, the village of Lifta had 500 houses with about 3.000 inhabitants. Half of them were in the upper part of the village, the other half in the lower part, which still remains. The upper part has already been demolished. On the left, the center, and the right of the photograph, three old houses from the former upper part of Lifta are still visible.

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Erasing palestine- historic village n...
By Vinciane Jacquet
06 Sep 2014

September 7, 2014
Lifta, Israel

One of the four olive presses used by the Palestinian inhabitants of Lifta. The family probably lived on the second floor.

Dying Trades in the Holy Land
By dafnatal7
04 Sep 2014

A look at some of Israel's last family businesses, which are being crushed by changing times. For some of the most traditional Jewish and Arab businesses, it won't be long before their doors close for the last time. New technologies, large corporations, and the draw of the modern world mean that the next generation of consumers and the heirs to the businesses no longer have an interest in the businesses' futures.

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Syrian-Palestinian Refugees find New ...
Gaza City
By Yasser Abu Wazna
03 Sep 2014

August 30-31, 2014
Gaza City and Beit Hanoun, Gaza

Mr. Atef el Emawai is a Palestinian refugee who fled the brutal siege of the Yarmouk camp in Damascus for the Gaza Strip. Once in Gaza he and his family soon found themselves in the middle of another war. When Israel launched the July 2014 war in Gaza, Atef's new house was destroyed and his family once again had to flee their home, this time to the still dangerous Gaza City.

Before the war in Syria, Atef had established a comfortable life in Syria for him and his family. Despite not being a Syrian citizen, Atef had married a Syrian wife and built a successful business. However, Atef lost most of his fortune when the Syrian War broke out. The violence in the Damascus suburb of Harasta forced him to relocate to the Yarmouk camp with his family. However, the ensuing violence in Yarmouk forced him and his family to flee the country all together.

Atef decided to return to his birthplace, the city of Beit Hanoun, in the Gaza Strip. For Atef, Gaza was a long sought after dream, a place of peace he had always yearned to return to.

When he arrived he established a committee to help assist the 200 Syrian refugee families living in Gaza. He also, with the assistance of his wife, established a food processing workshop in his rented house in Beit Hanoun.

However, Atef soon realized his choice to return to Gaza was a mistake when Israel launched the July 2014 war. His house and business in Beit Hanoun were demolished by Israeli forces. He and his family had to flee Beit Hanoun and had to relocate four times during the war until they settled again in Gaza City.

A man in his sixties, Atef now feels helpless and that he can no longer improve his situation. He cannot afford the university fees of Madhat, his son, or the rental of the new apartment he lives in now. Unemployment and very poor aid from the Palestinian government makes life miserable for him and his family. His wife, Mrs. Wisam says, ‘I regret I came to Gaza. I hope I can leave it.’

Translations:

(02:03)“This photo was hung on the wall, along with the photos of my mother and father. We could only find the photo of my father in law, we are very proud of it of course. God have mercy on my mother’s and father’s soul, we were not able to find their photos”. (02:21)

(02:35) “Because I do not have a refrigerator, I am going to take them to the neighbor’s house, so they would not get ruined”. (02:39)

(02:53) “It was not our free will that brought us to Gaza, Gaza was our only option, one way. We were not able to go to Lebanon, or Jordan, or Turkey, or any other place. We came here because we have relatives here, there is a home, a country. (03:13)

(03:14) “We used to live in Harasta. We fled to al-Yarmouk camp because it was safe and it had many Palestinians. Though my wife is originally Syrian, we witnessed how things escalated in the area of north Damascus, which is a part of Eastern Ghouta. Harasta and Douma are a part of Eastern Ghouta”. (03:43)

(03:44) “Many people told us that we were leaving a bad place to go to another”.(03:47)

(04:48) “We took some money from a few friends, as a loan, and we started a pastry factory. When we were in Syria we had a textile factory, it was average, but we were living comfortably off that factory. We had over 40 families working in it, and over 60-70 families during high season. Now in Gaza, we were hit really hard, this war came to kill all of our dreams of living a comforting dignified life. It destroyed those dreams by taking everything that we have built and to take us back to the point zero in this old age. We are not young people to start over again”. (04:45)

(04:46) “Concerning fear, I was more afraid in Syria, to be honest, because we did not know our enemy. I used to worry about my son going out, not only from the shelling or the bombing, but also from people, from the road blocks, kidnapping. You fear rape for the girls, so the fear there was much bigger. Death is the same, but.. here the enemy is very clear, you know that you are just like anyone else. As they say, dying with a group is easier, you know that you are just like anyone else, you could die any minute. There [Syria[ the situation was much harder because you do not know where your enemy is”. (05:31)

(05:32) “I hope to go back to Syria, I do not think it is anytime soon, I do not have hope that Syria will go back. I wish of course for Syria to go back to the way it was, despite of the government, I am not talking about the regime, I am talking about the humane loving, wonderful atmosphere that used to be in the past. However, I think this matter will take too long, and based on that, I cannot return to Syria under these circumstances because, first of all, my nationality, and the fact that we are unable to go back. If you want to go back to Syria, what will you do?Simply work, a person has to work and build his life, and there is not a way to do that in this situation in Syria right now. Also to remain in Gaza, the way it is now, is also insanity”. (06:51)

(06:53) “My choice to leave Gaza is not an unlikely thing, but it is not on the table at the moment”. (07:01)

(07:02) “In the beginning of the war we moved to a house so we wouldn't be alone. It is better if we are with a group and we can run together. Then it escalated, so we spent a night in Jabalia. The house was small and packed with people. Then we went to another place and we stayed with 40 people in the same house. A Syrian family took us in, then we came to this house after 47 days.

When we first arrived to Gaza, there was this feeling of wonderment, about why we came to Gaza. People in Gaza have enough problems, and the issues they have are not easy, and even once I was saying that most Syrian refugees here have university degrees, so they said: “why did you come here? The inhabitants of Gaza are not finding jobs”. They feel that whoever comes here is taking job opportunities from the Palestinians”. (08:12)

(08:13) “We are four people, two children, and my husband and I. A small family and still we suffer. As you know, a university student has expenses for university and transportation, tuition fees”. (08:33)

(08:35) “I deeply regret coming to Gaza, I wish we had not come here”. (08:41)

(08:42) “Here are our passports. My Syrian passport, these are the stamps of entering Gaza, here is the residency [permit] of my daughter and the residency [permit] of my son. Here is my husband’s passport and it has the residency on it from Syria. These are school papers for my son and for my daughter, those papers are from Syria.

Our memories in Syria, this picture is taken in Douma garden, with Abu Salim’s family, I saw him today.

This is a bit burnt because of the fire that happened in Hanan’s house, it is from Syria. My son loves Palestine, and while he was in Syria someone got him this box that has Palestine on it for his birthday. That is the only thing he brought with him from Syria, it is the only thing for him he found in the ruins when Hanan’s house was destroyed. He brought this Qanun with him from Syria, it was not easy to carry on the plane. The room was burnt completely but it was not affected. The whole room burnt, but nothing happened to it”. (11:17)

(11:22) “This is the entrance of the house we used to live in”. (11:28)

(11:50) “Here we witnessed the first five days of the war, ever since the first day of the ground invasion, we were here, sitting two families together, from upstairs you will have a better view”. (12:06)

(12:14) “That night we spent it here at the door, I do not play cards, but I wanted to entertain them, so I told them to come up so we can play cards. We got a table and chairs and we spent the night here, the Israelis were not far away, we were sitting here and the bullets were hitting the window of the house”. (12:37)

(12:38) “This was the living room, I got this refrigerator two days prior to Ramadan, it is gone, you cannot even see it anymore. The things I told you were brought from Syria, were there, and there was our bedroom”. (13:19)

(13:28) “I had two refrigerators and a freezer because I prepare a lot of food in advance, it's all gone now”. (13:38)

(13:40) “There was the closet, there was a wall here, and here are the remains of the closet, and the remains of our things. This is what is left of our bed, this was a gift for mother’s day, the children brought it from Damascus”. (14:13)

(15:24) “A harsh and heartless enemy does not know the difference between the elderly and the young, or between men and women”. (15:34)

(15:35) “We are refugees from Syria, we lost everything in Syria, we came here and lost everything again. We do not having a stable income, I am a university student, and since my family does not have a stable income, I am trying to find work just to cover my tuition fees. Unfortunately, Gaza has an unbelievable rate of unemployment. We are trying to live, despite the siege, the destruction, the poverty and the horrible situation our population is going through, we will try to live”. (16:22)

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Golan heights: Syrian Rebels Show off...
By Abdu al-Fadel
01 Sep 2014

September 1, 2014
Quneitra, Golan, Syria

Opposition Fighters from the Rebels of Syria Brigade show off captured UN and Syrian Army Posts in the Golan. Footage gives an inside look at the captured posts, which are about 2km away from Israeli Army positions on the Golan Heights. When fighters from another militia, Jabhat al-Nusra, captured the UN post they apprehended 40 UN peacekeepers stationed at the position. Footage shows UN equipment and close and wide shots of the area.

Translation:

Young fighter, Rebels of Syria Brigade:

"Grace is to God the Almighty the “truthful promise” battle.

When we first started the incursion it was from this side and we pressed on until the (regime) army detected our presence here. That was when we engaged them from our location near that barbed wire. The skirmishes continued as we pressed forward. The big battle took place when we got here and the liberation of this checkpoint began."

Military commander Abu Raed from the Rebels of Syria front:

"The 'truthful promise' fight is just the beginning. After the liberation of this checkpoint we will press on toward the capital Damascus to liberate it from the vile regime and the cursed Shia who support it (regime) and fight along side of it."

Reporter: Is the entire checkpoint and crossing being held by rebels now?

Abu Raed: "Yes, the entire crossing is rebel held thanks to the strength of almighty god and the heroic efforts of the Mujahadin, who have given their lives for God to accomplish this great deed."

Reporter: What about the rest of the stages of the operation?

Abu Raed: "The stages were the crossing itself, the city of Quneitra and Hamidiya and these are all held by the rebels now."

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Gaza's Orphans Begin New Lives
Gaza
By Andrea DiCenzo
25 Aug 2014

August 28, 2014
Gaza, Palestine

Palestinian children orphaned in the 2014 Gaza war begin new lives in the care of extended family and orphanages. While the physical wounds many of them sustained during the 50 day war are healing, their psychological wounds are just beginning to show. Gaza's dismal, blockaded, and underfunded mental health system cannot cope with massive amount of children in need of psychosocial care. Most children will receive no specialized treatment for their deep psychological wounds.

Many children orphaned in the war are now beginning new lives in the care of extended family members. However, as Islam forbids adoption, those who do not have extended family to go to are now under the care of orphanages and will remain so until they are adults.

These photos profile three young girls who lost their parents in the 2014 Gaza conflict and are now looking for a new start as their caretakers help rebuild their shattered lives.

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Gaza: Assessing the Damage
Gaza
By Andrea DiCenzo
25 Aug 2014

After what was possibly the most destructive war in Gaza in recent history, residents of the besieged coastal enclave finally have a chance to assess the damage done to their homes and properties. For the thousands left homeless by the hostilities, life is now a painstaking process of rebuilding the little that remains of their possessions.

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20 years lost: Gaza family loses home
Gaza City
By Sanaa Kamal , Zaher ghoul
18 Aug 2014

Having bought land in 1994, the Beik family spent 20 years constructing their dream home in Al Nafaq street, in Gaza city. In July 2014, during Israel's Operation Protective Edge, a missile struck the house and destroyed it. No one was injured, but 20 years of hard work was lost in one missile attack. After only 3 years living in the house, 28 people from 3 generations were made homeless and now live together in a small 300 sqm house.

This video shows the Beik family in their new found shelter and follows them to their old home, where they inspect the damage and come face to face with a shattered dream and 20 lost years of hard work.

Translation:

I was shocked, I did not expect the destruction to be this severe. They told me that a part of the house was destroyed, they did not tell the severity of the situation because they wanted to spare our feelings. However, when I saw it, I did not imagine it too be like this, It was a huge shock for me.

Interviewer: How did you spend last night?

I spent it sitting all night with my children on my lap, scared because of the shelling and the destruction. Also, the night before, the bombing was very close to our area, so the children were really scared. [They are] not only my children, but my nephews too, we were all gathered together in one house.

Interviewer: What did you tell the children the noise was?

What could i tell them? I told them it is the neighbors making noise to calm them down. My children are very young, they do not know what a missile means or a plane means. My son is 3 years old and he comes and tells me, "mom there is a missile." He does not understand. he does not understand the danger of a missile, so I want to switch the terms that he is using. I tell him, no it is the neighbor, he threw a rock against the wall and we will no longer speak to this neighbor. What else could i possibly do?

Where is safety? My family's house is where we felt safe and secure, now it is gone, where should we go? My family do not know where to go, how are we going to follow them? We are all homeless.

May God help us, what did my parents do to deserve this? All their life they worked so hard to raise us and build this house. They starved themselves to build this house and feel safe.

I stopped thinking, what would I think about? A house we have been building since 1994, that we spent our lives collecting money for, gets destroyed in seconds. Even if they want to make it up for us, what could they possibly do to make up for all we put in this house?

There is a huge difference between this kitchen and my kitchen in that house. I built that kitchen in an american style, filled it with new machines, my fridge is new, everything is new. When I first came here, my relatives started bringing things for the kitchen each one brought something, just to be able to live here. I do not even have an oven, I do not own anything in this kitchen, all the stuff belong to my relatives, they put them here. There is a huge difference between my new, well organized kitchen, the kitchen that I made according to what I want, I prepared everything I like in that kitchen so I can live comfortably in this period of time when I grow old, and now we are homeless, accepting charity from people.

Instead of going into a nice bedroom, now we are sleeping here, and those mattresses we got them from the Red Cross.

On the day of the incident we were at the evening prayer, my husband and all my children went to the mosque and only the eldest one stayed here with us. He said he will stay and pray at home because the situation was already compacted and bombing was happening outside. My daughters and daughters in law were terrified of the bombing, so he said, "let me stay here, in case anything happens near us, we would feel safe because there is a man in the house."

Before we finished the evening prayer, we heard a bomb sound. We did not know where the sound came from, near our house there is a gym, so we thought it came from there. We stopped praying and we went to see where the sound came from, we did not know that the sound was in our house. It was a missile dropped from a drone, we went out to see, we thought it was in the gym, people started saying no it is in the al-Beik house. So I went out with my son and the daughters started screaming out of fear and terror. So I went out with my eldest son to look. The house was two parts, so I went to check the other part and I saw smoke and nobody was able to see. It was also dark because there was no electricity, which made it much scarier for us. We had a small lightbulb, and then my son came and told me, "mother the missile hit our house take the women and the children and go down quickly." We told him we do not have anything with us, he told us to hurry.

We took the women and the children and we went running down the stairs barefoot. I was dressed the same way I am dressed now, we were running and I have knee problems, so it was very hard for me to run down the stairs. God helped me to go down quickly and got out. One of my daughters has a nerve decease, she is simple minded, does not understand everything. So when we had to run I grabbed her and pulled her and told her to go down quickly, but she was insisting on getting her shoes. I told her leave the shoes, just go down. She left me, but I thought she had went down with the rest. When we went down, we started knocking on doors to hide in someone's house, but no one opened, everyone was afraid and locked up in their homes. Eventually someone opened for us and when we went in we started checking up on everyone. One of my daughters screamed, my sister Rania is not here. My sick daughter, so I said I brought her with me, they said, "she is not here mother!" I turned to my son and told him, we cannot find your sister, she is not here. So we started looking for my daughter, we were terrified and we thought she was gone. Her brother started looking and all the men started looking.

After a while, apparently she went down from the house on her own and stood at the entrance, so a young man from the neighborhood saw here and brought her to us. I asked her, `'where were you my daughter?" She said, "I went to get my shoes". I told her " didn't I tell you to come down with me?" she said :" I went to find my shoes and a missile was dropped from the ceiling" . The poor girl, went to drink water because she was afraid, and then she went down to sit in the apartment in the lower floor. She did not know what is happening while were were looking for her outside. So when the young man came and took her and brought her to us while her brother was shouting her name, so she answered him while the guy was bringing her up, and she said "you are calling me?'', so her brother said, "yes Rania come here."

After that we left the house we were hiding in because it was close to where the bombing was happening. We went to a further place, where we hid in houses with people. At that time a missile was dropped and the house was destroyed.

May God help us, what can I do, I had a nervous breakdown, when a person sees his lifelong work and effort, getting thrown away. I have not lived in this house for long, I have recently moved there. I have been living in that house for only three years. I am a teacher, and I save some money of my salary each month to get this house. We have been saving money to buy the land ever since 1994. I have been waiting from 1994 to live in it, and it has only been three years. My life long work and my husband's and children, all put in for this house so we can live in it. What could I possibly be feeling?

This is our beloved home. For 20 years my parents have been building it and they have put the most beautiful things, the best things in that house so we can live there happily and comfortably. For 20 years they have been working on this house and at the end, one missile ruins everything. It destroys and destroys our dreams. I used to wake up, work in the house, go sit in the sun, change things around the house, it was amazing, a wonderful house. My room was beautiful, I put the best things in it, the best furniture and suddenly, we move from the best house to the ugliest house.

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Protest Demonstration - Hebron
Hebron, Palestine
By Ibrahim Hamouz
16 Aug 2014

Hebron, Palestinian Territories

August 15, 2014

Protestors demonstrating against the conflict in Gaza clash with Israeli soldiers in the Bab el Zawya district of Hebron.

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Funeral Sparks Clashes in West Bank
Hebron, Palestine
By adrian
12 Aug 2014

August 9, 2014
Hebron, West Bank

A funeral procession takes place for Nader Idris, a Palestinian father of seven killed by live fire shot by Israeli troops, in Hebron, West Bank. The funeral was followed by violent clashes between local residents and Israeli troops in the nearby Bab al-Zaweya district.

Hundreds of Hebron citizens partook in the funeral amongst sentiments of public outrage and chants against the ongoing Israeli invasion of Gaza.

The funeral procession moved around in the city with the participation of many national public figures. Participants carried the Palestinian flag.

After the funeral, clashes broke out between local civilians and Israeli forces in the area of Bab al-Zaweya. Young men threw rocks and empty bottles, and Israeli forces hit back with live bullets, rubber bullets, and sound bombs.

Five men were injured with live bullets in the bottom part of the body, and journalists were forbidden to cover the incident.

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Police Keep a Watchful Eye
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
06 Aug 2014

Law Enforcement demand protesters stop from climbing White House outer fences during Gaza protest

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Gaza Paramedics Evacuate Civilians fr...
Gaza City
By adrian
06 Aug 2014

July 19-20, 2014
Gaza City

Paramedics from the Red Crescent Center in Gaza City brave shell fire and street battles to evacuate civilians trapped in the volatile Shajaya area. Throughout the Operation Protective Edge, paramedics have been killed and injured while on duty. Often, paramedics are the only people willing to risk entering dangerous areas to evacuate stranded civilians. This photo story follows a crew of Gaza City's paramedics over the course of a dangerous night in Gaza.

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Thousands Rally for Gaza Outside the ...
Washington D.C.
By Wes Bruer
04 Aug 2014

Thousands of supporters of Palestine rallied to the White House to protest the U.S. Government's support of the Israeli military which is carrying out military operations in Gaza leading the many civilian deaths. Prominent speakers such as activist and professor Dr. Cornell West and Director of the Council of American-Islamic Relations Nihad Awad decried U.S. involvement in the conflict and called on President Obama to stop all aid to Israel as thousands chanted from the filled streets lining the White House.

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Gaza Supporters Swarm the White House
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

Thousands swelled the streets in front of the White House to denounce Obama's aid to Israel.

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Obama Can't Ignore
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

Thousands of Gaza supporters flooded Lafayette Park in front of the White House to demand a halt to U.S. aid to Israel.

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Young and Old Unite for Gaza
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

A woman and her neighbor attend the National March on the White House to show their solidarity with people in Gaza.

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Jewish Support for Gaza
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

Anti-Zionist Jews rallied to the National March on the White House to denounce the Israeli military's operations in Gaza.

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Break From Protest to Pray
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

A man takes a break from marching on the White House to pray in a parking garage.

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Israel Protester is Silenced
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

A lone Israeli protester is drowned out by the thousands of Gaza supporters marching outside the White House

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Call to Prayer During Protest
Washington, D.C.
By Wes Bruer
02 Aug 2014

Muslim-Americans take a break from the Gaza protest to pray in Lafayette Park in front of the White House.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.

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Act pro-Palestine in Sao Paulo
By Juliana Spinola
27 Jul 2014

July 27, 2014
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hundreds of people came together for an event organized by the Palestinian community in Sao Paulo, to demand the end of Israeli attacks in Gaza.