Palestinians praying in Gaza city
Fear no one but Allah
متى يجي الشتاء 😔 ؟
أحب جوه و أحب صباحه.
و النفسيه الهاديه , مو مثل الصيف غصب
العصبية بذا الظهريه والنرفزهّ 😔.
كل شيء أصير أحبه بعز الشتاء
- أولها المذاكره .
لبس الشتاء و برده و الدراسه تفتح النفس وقتها.
لون السماء وقت الغيم و أول الصباح الرايق.
دفا القلب بوجود الشخص المميز بحياتك
مع الغيم و رشّ المطر و نسمات الهوا☁️🎶.
تلوموني بحب الشتاء❄️☔️؟.
As the world looks on with horror at the growing civilian toll in Gaza, and Hamas and Israel consider the terms of a U.S.-proposed ceasefire, one young Palestinian architect is responding to the crisis through art. Gaza-based Tawfik Gebreel aims to send a message, in the “universal humanitarian language understood by all peoples of the world.” He is using photos of the smoke thrown up by rocket strikes and reworking the images with symbols of hope and unity.
"…I find a brute yet honest identity of my subjects…” states Rogelio Manzo. His journey as an artist began studying architecture, but the rigidity and formality of architectural practice led him to painting where he creates chaotic, dark and brooding, yet harmonious “portraits”. His past in architecture is not lost though, as geometric elements sneak into his paintings that are made of resin panels, silk and other fabric. His subjects faces are draped in sweeping swatches of blue, orange and vivid white hues while hints of their personality seep through.
diary of a child in Gaza with blood on it.
“mom cooked dinner
my dad, my mom my sister and I sat around the table and ate”
The red text is correction.
He rewrote the miswritten words four times.
I don’t think it’s a dairy, it looks like a school notebook. This child was doing his/her homework 💔.