This is Gaza, by S., Gaza, Palestine

At 2:35 AM I hold my phone, and stand in front of the window to took a picture of the landscape. As you see the picture is empty. The darkness covered it. I will not say "this is Gaza". Gaza is suffering from a terrible electricity crisis. This is not Gaza, in fact, this is … Continue reading This is Gaza, by S., Gaza, Palestine

Behind the gates of death, there is a new life, Ahmad, Gaza, Palestine

The cancer that raged through the body of Eman, 45, a Palestinian lady from the Gaza Strip, was not the end of her life or her soul. It was the beginning of a new life and a new hope, a story worthy of being followed by every woman in the world. I sat next to … Continue reading Behind the gates of death, there is a new life, Ahmad, Gaza, Palestine

I want you to be a man by Mohamed, Gaza, Palestine

The power was off while the dark sky was moonless, empty, except of some reconnaissance drones that I thought were bright stars in the dawn. Everything was pretty quiet, and everyone from my family inside one room of our small unpainted house was sleeping and snoring on their mattresses without blankets. The atmosphere was really … Continue reading I want you to be a man by Mohamed, Gaza, Palestine

My mum, the Palestinian chef, by Haneen, Gaza – Photo Essay –

I would like to introduce you to the loveliest person in my family: my mom. Every Friday we have special foods made by her loving hands, guided by her wonderful and powerful soul. “As a woman, I am a mother and I really feel comfortable and love cooking for my family,” she says. Every Friday … Continue reading My mum, the Palestinian chef, by Haneen, Gaza – Photo Essay –

Refugee camps By Abdalsalaam, Gaza – Photo Essay –

Here is one of our refugee camps - the Al-shati camp in Gaza, the place where I was born and lived for 20 years, from 1994 until 2014! Your feet will take you into the narrow alleys and branching streets, to houses stuck to one another, gluing us together as if we’re one. Simple houses … Continue reading Refugee camps By Abdalsalaam, Gaza – Photo Essay –