Great march return
For nearly six months, Palestinians have been conducting anti-Israeli rallies on the border between Gaza and Israel, which they call the “Great March of Return”. The goal is to draw attention to the right of Palestinians to return to the territories that became Israel 70 years ago.
In the lens of the most spectacular photos.
- If you were asked to retell the essence of the Arab-Israeli conflict in one minute, would you be able to do it?
- I would describe it as a struggle of two peoples for the right to control one territory. There are two groups of the population, each of which seeks to create its own sovereign state on this territory.
- Canadian historian Neil Kaplan
1. (Photo by Menahem Kahana):
2. Palestinians set fire to tires near the border between Gaza and Israel, so that it was not visible where to shoot with tear gas, on April 6, 2018. (Photo by Anadolu Agency):
3. A Palestinian with a slingshot. (Photo by Mahmud Hams):
4. The border with Israel, May 11, 2018. (Photo by Mohammed Abed):
5. Photographers. (Photo by Etienne De Malglaive):
6. Tennis players. They send tear gas cylinders back to Israel, May 11, 2018. (Photo by Mustafa Hassona):
7Palestinians use kites to set fire to Israeli territories. (Photo by Said Khatib):
8. The snake arrived on May 15, 2018. (Photo by Ahmad Gharabli):
9. Tearful reptile for Palestinians, May 25, 2018. (Photo by Khalil Hamra):
10. Effect of gas. (Photo Ashraf Amra):
11. Israeli tank Merkava-4 on the border, June 8, 2018. (Photo by Jack Guez):
12. The Palestinians have their weapons. (Photo of Mustafa Hassona):
13. August 2018. Nothing has changed. Tear gas shells are flying again. (Photo by Mahmud Hams):
14. In response, stones from a sling are flying from Palestine. (Photo by Mahmud Hams):
15. (Photo by Hassan Jedi):
16. Palestine, September 7, 2018. (Photo by Ali Jadallah):
17. Palestinian, September 14, 2018. (Photo by Ali Jadallah):
18. On the border, September 14, 2018. (Photo by Ali Jadallah):
19. (Photo by Ali Jadallah):
20. (Photo by Ali Jadallah):