Images from Lebanon

Photos you’re unlikely to see in corporate media, from independent journalist Dahr Jamail—including: Israeli Air Strikes Targeting Lebanese Red Cross, Scenes from Shelter in Qana where Israeli air strikes killed over 60 civilians, Wounded Lebanese civilians crowding hospitals in Sidon, Israeli air strike-destroyed oil storage tanks leaving Lebanon’s coast covered in oil and tens of thousands of people jamming the border with Syria to escape the bloodshed.

2006.08.05

I have taken many photographs of different aspects of the conflict in Lebanon.

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Israeli Air Strikes Targeting Lebanese Red Cross
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Scenes from Shelter in Qana where on July 30, Israeli air strikes killed over 60 civilians, 37 of whom were children, as they slept in a shelter.
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Views of villages and roads in southern Lebanon which have been hit by Israeli air strikes. July, 2006.
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Targets destroyed by Israeli air strikes in Sidon, and on highway between Sidon and Beirut. July, 2006.
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Wounded Lebanese civilians, many in critical condition, crowd hospitals in Sidon. July, 2006.
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Israeli air strikes destroyed 5 of 6 oil storage tanks at electrical plant in El-Jiye, leaving much of Lebanon’s coast covered in oil, including the ancient harbor at Byblos.
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Images of destruction south of Beirut, as well as inside Beirut, from Israeli air raids. July, 2006.
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As Israeli air strikes continue, wounded Lebanese arrive at hospitals in Beirut. July, 2006.
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Israeli bombings of oil storage tanks near the coast, along with an Hezbollah attack against an Israeli warship have left Beirut’s beaches covered in oil.
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Approximately 75% of southern Beirut has been damaged or destroyed by a massive Israeli air assault. July, 2006.
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Lebanese refugees from southern Beirut and southern Lebanon, fleeing Israeli bombs, now living in Parks in central Beirut. July 2006.
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Refugees from Lebanon clog the northern border with Syria, as they flee for their lives from indiscriminate Israeli bombing of their country, July 2006.
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As Israel invades Lebanon, tens of thousands of people jam the border with Syria to escape the bloodshed in July 2006.
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Author: Dahr Jamail

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