Category War Photos

Find a difference between the Zionist and the Nazist in these images

“THE GRANDCHILDREN OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS FROM WORLD WAR II ARE DOING TO THE PALESTINIANS EXACTLY WHAT WAS DONE TO THEM BY NAZI GERMANY…” BUILDING WALLS & FENCES TO KEEP PEOPLE IN PRISONS CHECK POINTS NOT TO ALLOW PEOPLE BASIC FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT ARRESTS & HARASSMENTS DESTROYING HOMES & LIVELIHOODS GIFTS (WITH LOVE) FROM THE CHILDREN […]

Stereotyping

We have all seen this award-winning photo. We received it either by email, or saw it on some blog with a critical caption of the cultural diversity, contradiction or clash in Lebanon. The original caption spoke of affluent Lebanese driving down the streets of the suburbs of Beirut to look at destroyed buildings a day […]

Post Cease Fire, War Photos – 3

Okay, so where do we go from here?! I can not post all the photos I took of the suburbs. Forget about the time they need to upload. All the places look alike in the photos. It is like the same rubble over and over again. I will just post some photos of the area […]

After Cease Fire. War Photo Updates – 2

Remember when I posted a photo of my parents home during the first few days of the bombing in Haret Hureik (we moved there in 1972). Well this is how it looks like today: The view here is from my parent’s home side of the road, the photo in the previous post was from the […]

After Cease Fire. War Photos Updates – 1

Remember the building in the fifth and seventh photo of the post during the first days of the bombing? This is how it looks today: And the bridge in the third photo of that post now looks likes this:

Cease Fire / Fire Works

Convoys of cars are roaming about at this moment in Beirut. Letting go of their horns and victorious screams. The loudspeakers fill the streets with speeches of Nassrallah and songs of victory. Did I mention the fire works? Yes there are fire works too despite the cease fire. Jubilation. The instant the cease fire came […]

Ghaziyeh… So Who’s the Terrorist?

Yesterday the people of Ghaziyeh, a village close to Sidon, went out to bury 14 of their family members who were killed the day before.Israel then bombed near (500 meters) the funeral procession.13 new Lebanese civilians were killed in Ghaziyeh.The people of Ghaziyeh picked up the coffins and continued the procession while others went to […]