Photographs for which there are no words: Some hurdles to Back-to-School in Gaza


Getty images. A young boy at the blackboard of a school in Gaza, August 2014. Via BBC.

Getty images. A young boy at the blackboard of a school in Gaza, August 2014. Via BBC.

Gaza got bombed 97 years ago when the British seized it, in World War I.

In the 21st century, things have not changed enough for the people who live in the area.

It’s even worse in Gaza than it was for the West Bank earlier.

 

3 Responses to Photographs for which there are no words: Some hurdles to Back-to-School in Gaza

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    This Tweet offers some silent, photographic commentary:

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  2. A powerful visual.

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