Photographing Palestine: Life and Hope

Palestine Square | ميدان فلسـطيـن

Palestine Square does not own any of the following photographs and full credit belongs to the photographers. The purpose of the article is to highlight and promote the work of Palestinian photographers who bear witness to their people’s struggles and aspirations. Many of these photographers have collections outside of historic Palestine, but we have chosen to focus on those photographs within the original borders of Palestine.

Majd Hadad. 

Issawiya village near Jerusalem. Photo Credit: Majd Hadad. Issawiya village near Jerusalem. Photo Credit: Majd Hadad.

Dead Sea. Photo Credit: Majd Hadad. Dead Sea. Photo Credit: Majd Hadad.

Dome of the Rock and replica. Photo Credit: Majd Hadad. Dome of the Rock and replica. Photo Credit: Majd Hadad.

Ahlam Shibli is a Palestinian citizen of Israel whose work, although international in scope, often focuses on unrecognized Arab villages in the Israel. 

Peace and Love (Palestine, 2000). Photo Credit: Ahlam Shibli. Peace and Love
(Palestine, 2000). Photo Credit: Ahlam Shibli.

Tal al-Saba’a (Goter no.13), al-Naqab (2002 – 2003). Photo Credit: Ahlam Shibli. Tal al-Saba’a (Goter no.13), al-Naqab (2002 – 2003). Photo Credit: Ahlam Shibli.

Trackers (2005). This collection photographed Palestinian-Israeli citizens who serve in the IDF. Photo Credit: Ahlam Shibli. Trackers (2005). This collection photographed Palestinian-Israeli citizens who serve in the IDF. Photo Credit:…

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