Photojournal; Lebanon

The following photographs were taken during my visit to Lebanon nearly two weeks ago

Flags of Hezb’Allah and Lebanon; Arab Salim, south Lebanon


Heart of Arab Salim; a floating, raised fist – a symbol of resistance to Israel’s occupation of south Lebanon

A mosque (Muslim house of worship) in the village of Arab Salim, built after the 2006 war on Lebanon

The grove of olive trees where my aunt Hoda was killed by Israeli occupation forces in the 1980’s

Arab Salim, south Lebanon

Arab Salim, south Lebanon

Tyre beach, south Lebanon

Tyre beach, south Lebanon; friend Leila Saleh building a sand-castle.

 

Sun setting in south Lebanon

Hajj Imad Mughniye billboard in el Dahye, southern district of Beirut; Mughniye was a senior intelligence official in Hezb’Allah; assassinated by Israeli forces in 2008 in an car bomb blast.

Beirut, Lebanon

 

A mosque (Muslim house of worship) in south Lebanon

A destroyed Israeli tank in Bint Jbeil, south Lebanon

A statue in Bint Jbeil; a resistance fighter stands atop an Israeli military hardhat

Also see: photographs of Palestine as seen from the Lebanon-occupied Palestine border

 

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3 thoughts on “Photojournal; Lebanon

  1. Excellant photos ! I wish I could visit Lebanon in my life . Whenever I remember Lebanon it reminds me of late Muahammed Jawad Mughniyah, Muhammed Mahdi Chamseddine, and Hashim Ma’roof al Hasani. Their books have enlightened me.

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