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  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222206.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222207.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222208.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222209.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222210.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222211.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222212.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222213.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222214.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222215.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222216.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222217.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222218.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222219.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222220.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222221.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222222.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222223.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222224.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222225.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222226.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222227.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222228.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222229.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219973.jpg
    Some people pray wwhile waiting for their exit permits in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219974.jpg
    Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219975.jpg
    Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219976.jpg
    People wait for their permits in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219977.jpg
    People wait for their permits in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219978.jpg
    People wait for their permits in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219979.jpg
    People wait for their permits in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219980.jpg
    People wait for their permits in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219981.jpg
    People take the bus to Egypt. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219982.jpg
    People take the bus to Egypt. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Blockade of Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219983.jpg
    People take the bus to Egypt. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219879.jpg
    A United Nations (UN) vehicle passes the premises of the NGO UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East). The Gaza Strip is undergoing medical aid and donations from Muslim countries around the world. There are also many associations active in the field of health, education, for women's rights or for assistance to agriculture. May 10, 2018. Gaza City. Strip Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219880.jpg
    Portrait of Yasser Arafat. The city of Gaza is an open-air art gallery. Everywhere the walls are covered with various inscriptions. From personal messages to advertising to propaganda drawings or simple artistic frescoes, it is a means of expression for everyone. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219881.jpg
    Daily life, Gaza Palestine
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219882.jpg
    Market day in a main artery of a city near Rafah. The agricultural sector of Gaza represents a small share of the economy (between 7 and 8%). At least 30,000 Gazans are officially working in agriculture. With Israeli army pesticide applications and the buffer zone (30% of Gazan agricultural land), farmers are struggling to properly exploit these fertile lands. May 13, 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219883.jpg
    Children play in front of men who collect waste. 470,000 tons of waste are produced each year in Gaza, or 1,300 per day. The landfills of the Gaza Strip are all saturated and only that of the center meets anti-pollution standards. The health risks associated with this mismanagement are particularly high because of the high density (1.6 million inhabitants in less than 400 square kilometers). The proximity of landfills to densely populated areas increases the risk of disease spread, while releases of toxic gases or liquids pose a risk of air and groundwater pollution while water resources are already extremely limited . May 13, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219884.jpg
    View of the main hall of the mosque of the city of Malaka. The men discuss and pray a few days before the beginning of Ramadan. May 13, 2018. Malaka. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219885.jpg
    mosque of the city of Malaka. Almost all of the people in the Gaza Strip are Muslim Sunni. May 13, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219886.jpg
    Palestine Islamic Bank is engaged in banking, financial and commercial services in addition to investment activities in accordance with Islamic Sharia. May 13, 2018. Gaza. Gaza Strip
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219887.jpg
    Mediterranean sea view from Gaza City beach. The white lights on the horizon indicate the fishermen gone to sea. Since the Israeli-Egyptian blockade, the sea is also framed by Israeli ships to maintain the blockade. Under the current restrictions, Palestinians are allowed to fish only 6 nautical miles from the coast (11kms), although a 2002 agreement between the United Nations and Israel allows them to go 12 nautical miles (22kms) , and that the 1993 Oslo Accords gives them the right to go 20 miles (37kms). May 13, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219888.jpg
    A man prays in the street behind his shop at nightfall. Almost all of the people in the Gaza Strip are Muslim Sunni. May 14, 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219889.jpg
    A man, in his mobile shop, prepares pita bread for people who walk at night on the seashore. 14 May 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219890.jpg
    Symbol of Hamas on one of the infrastructure of the movement. Several buildings and training centers are located in the center of Gaza City. The movement, which came to power in 2007, is planning a return to the land of Israel. May 10, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219891.jpg
    View of the minaret of the mosque of the city of Rafah. Almost all of the people in the Gaza Strip are Muslim Sunni. May 13, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219892.jpg
    People wait for their authorization in the waiting room at the border crossing. Reopening of Rafah border post between Egypt and the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian government authorized the reopening of the post during the Ramadan period. May 12, 2018. Rafah. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219893.jpg
    One of the entrance of the city of Gaza materialized by a metal structure above the road where it is written -welcome to Gaza-. May 14, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219894.jpg
    Procession in the streets of Gaza for the funeral of a person who died in clashes with the Israeli army at the border. May 14, 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219895.jpg
    Border crossing Palestinian side. a corridor of 300 meters on each side of the border allows passage from the Israeli border post to the Palestinian border post. May 14, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219896.jpg
    View from the windshield of a car on buildings near the border with Israel. They are partly destroyed, following the war of 2014. May 10, 2018. Erez. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219897.jpg
    An anti israel graffiti on a wall in Gaza city. May 10, 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219898.jpg
    Two young street vendors walk under a poster of the telecom company Watanya sponsoring the Palestinian football team. It is one of the two operators of mobile telephony in Palestine. 3g is not available on the Palestinian networks of Gaza Strip, Israel prohibiting access for security measures. Most people therefore have an Israeli card too. May 11, 2018. Gaza City. Gaza strip. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219899.jpg
    Children pass by the last hospital built in the Gaza Strip (opening late 2015). The hospital saw the light of day for Indonesian donations. The idea was conceived by the Indonesian NGO Medical Emergency Rescue Committee. The Gaza Strip is undergoing medical aid and donations from Muslim countries around the world. There are also many associations active in the field of health, education, for women's rights or for assistance to agriculture. May 11, 2018. Gaza Strip. Beit Lahia. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219900.jpg
    A shepherd walks his goats in the buffer zone, near the Israel border, in Beit-Hanoun north of the Gaza strip. 50% of Gaza's animal production previously came from this buffer zone. The agricultural sector of Gaza represents a small share of the economy (between 7 and 8%). At least 30,000 Gazans are officially working in agriculture. With the use of Israeli army pesticides and the size of the buffer zone (30% of Gazan agricultural land), farmers are struggling to properly exploit these fertile lands. All agricultural infrastructure is systematically destroyed by the Israeli army to free field to his snipers who guard the border. May 10, 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • Daily life, Gaza Palestine
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0219901.jpg
    A family in a car passes a roundabout overhanging with a statue representing a missile in the colors of Palestine. It is written that Al-Qassam, Hamas's armed wing, will bomb Israel. May 10, 2018. Gaza. Palestine.
  • CONFLICT - GAZA - ISRAEL
    Palestine
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0217142.jpg
    Friends and family at the burial of Jamal Affana (15) after he succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained during protests last Friday at the Gaza border fence with Israel on May 13, 2018 in Rafah, Gaza. Affana was killed Friday by an Israeli sniper while participating in the demonstrations. For the 1.9 million Palestinians living inside the Gaza Strip life has become a daily struggle for food, electricity and money after 10 years of an Israeli blockade on the area. The protests have so far left 40 Palestinian dead and over 1,700 wounded by Israeli army fire. Gaza's Hamas rulers have vowed that the marches will continue until the decade-old Israeli blockade of the territory is lifted. On May 15 the protests will culminate to mark the -nakba- or catastrophe, to commemorate the anniversary of their mass uprooting during the 1948 war over Israel's creation. May, 13th 2018. Rafah. Gaza Strip. Palestine.
  • Demonstration against Netanyahu's visit to the Champs-Élysées
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0182518.jpg
    protesters blocked by gendarmes on the Champs Elysees
    Hundreds of people marched Tuesday in Paris, Marseille, Lille and Lyon to denounce the visit to France by the Israeli Prime Minister, designated as a -criminel war.
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