Activestills photographer, Anne Paq, has featured her reportage on the Gaza's artists and sub-cultures on Paris Match.
A garden of flowers planted in used tear gas grenades memorilizes Bassem Abu Rahmeh, killed by Israeli forces in 2009 in Bil'in. But recent AP photo coverage looks mostly at the flowers and misses the memorial. See the full story on +972 Magazine.
Palestinians celebrated as they received 26 prisoners who were released from Israeli prisons in the early hours of October 30th, 2013. The men were freed in the second stage of a deal between Israel and the Palestinian Authority designed to enable a return to negotiations. Thousands of people gathered in Ramallah and throughout the West Bank to meet their newly released loved ones. See the full story on +972 Magazine.
The late Moshe Silman burned himself to death at a social justice demonstration that took place in Tel-Aviv on July 14, 2012, in protest of his housing problems. In his suicide letter he elucidated his act by announcing, "I will not be homeless," and blamed the Israeli government for years of neglect and abuse. Read more...