Photos from Gaza
I have been reporting and blogging from the besieged Gaza since a year. I have used several ways to transfer the true suffering of people. I made and wrote photo stories, features, diaries and articles. Today, I have launched a web space for Gaza's daily photos. I would be taking photographs around the strip to let you know what's going on with picture.
The harsh siege still affects civilians and it claimed the life of more 230 people till today. Israel still not abiding herself by truce it has made with Gazans. Thus, life still lifeless for Gazans.
Today, I have uploaded some new albums that touch various aspects of fragile life. I hope this would be a brand new style to show the world our true suffering. The following albums focus on various topics:
Daily Life In Gaza...Living under siege
Various photos taken in some of Gaza's main streets, quarters and squares.
Gaza's Contaminated Sea due to siege!
Sewage Water is flooding into the Sea as there is no way to treat it. Around 50 Million liters of untreated water flood to the sea causing epidemics for people and killing life on the sea.
How Gazan children play?
Children in the Gaza strip are deprived basics of life needs. They have no access to good education, health or fun. They have no way to get enjoyment but playing with garbage and rubble.
Final football Match on the rubble of Gaza!
The photos describe how simple is life in Gaza. It tells a story of some people playing football. They are playing not in a stadium but on remains of school's rubbles.
Free Gaza Boats!
The photos narrate a heroic story of International activists who were able to break the siege through a sea voyage. Many Palestinian boats sailed from Gaza to welcome them with presence of thousands of civilians on the Gaza shore.
Photos take you for another direction of Romanticism, but besieged
Moon Eclipse in the Gaza strip!
Successfully 100 %, the moon was able to make its eclipse in Gaza. It defeated Israel and come despite siege and checkpoints.
Sameh A. Habeeb
Photojournalist & Peace Activist
Gaza Strip, Palestine