FEARLESS - 1 I used to see this old man for quite sometime on my way to school, his face always occupied by his big smile and awkward joy/happiness even when he smokes cigarettes. One day, I went straight up and asked him, "sorry, sir, but aren't you too old to smoke? You know smoking kills". … Continue reading In the streets of Morocco by Abdellah El Bakri, Morocco – Photo Essay –
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
The most beautiful place in Nablus. On the pictures you can see old buildings, houses, mosques and shops that were built many years ago by many civilization like Byzantines and Ottomans. The old city of Nablus called Minor Damascus because it is very similar to Damascus city in its architecture, customs, traditions, accent and a … Continue reading “Old Town ” of Nablus by Aseel S. Salman, Palestine – Photo Essay –
It does not matter where you are from, it does not matter if you are young or old, black or white or yellow or red, rich or poor, healthy or disabled, it does not matter what your religion is … we are all human beings, we want and we deserve to live in peace and … Continue reading My Religion is HUMANITY by Abdelhak El Ouargui, Morocco – Photo Essay –
Last week YaLa Alumni participated in a photo challenge. Participants from all over the region, including from Sudan, Morocco, Palestine, and Israel, submitted photos from their weekend. Many photos included nature and animals, and they are pictured here.