Howard Kaplan

My 1998 Photos of Gaza

In 1988, I spent a day in Gaza with American aid workers. First photo the al-Shati refugee camp, 90,000 inhabitants, in north of Gaza near the sea. Four mosques inside the camp were struck by aerial bombardment on October 9 for strategic reasons.

After all these years I do not know the locations other than those of the Israeli settlements in the Kush Katif beach area in the south of Gaza whose photos I will post last. Kush Khatif was not far from Khan Younis.

An Israeli jeep patrolling in Gaza City.

AndKush Khatif.

About the Author
Howard Kaplan's new novel, THE SYRIAN SUNSET: a novel of the Syrian Civil War, the failure of the West to save the Syrian people, and how that inaction against the Russian incursion in Syria emboldened Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine. The film adaptation of his THE DAMASCUS COVER, starring Sir John Hurt in his final film, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and seven Israeli actors is available on Tubi in the U.S.
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