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A member of Hamas security forces looks at the remains of spent ammunition and unexploded bombs, fired by Israeli warplanes during Israel's 22-day offensive, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip January 26, 2009. Some 1,300 Palestinians, including at least 700 civilians, were killed, Palestinian medical officials said, in the offensive Israel launched in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip with the declared aim of ending cross-border rocket attacks. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

A Hamas police officer directs traffic past the bombed out Palestinian parliament building in Gaza Sunday, Jan. 25, 2009. Gaza remained jittery Sunday, a week after a truce ended Israel's punishing offensive, and an Israeli Cabinet minister added to the tension by threatening attacks against Hamas leaders until an Israeli soldier held more than two years is freed. From AP Photo by ALFRED DE MONTESQUIOU.

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عکس های امروز غزه

A Jordanian protester shouts pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. A Hamas militant walks through the destroyed Hamas headquarters compound in Gaza January 24, 2009. The Hamas headquarters was repeatedly bombed during Israel's devastating three-week war. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Jordanian protesters shout pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Jordanian protesters shout pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Jordanian protesters shout pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. An Israeli soldier fires a tear gas canister towards Hamas supporters (unseen) during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron January 23, 2009. Hamas supporters held a march in Hebron on Friday celebrating the alleged victory of Hamas over Israel during the recent war in the Gaza Strip. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Hamas legislator Mushir al-Masri, center, leads prayers as Palestinian men pray on a street after their mosque was destroyed in Israeli Army operations in Jebaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 23, 2009. Gaza residents headed for Friday communal prayers and Israeli naval guns were largely silent as grief and shock began to mix with a palpable sense of relief in the coastal strip pounded by weeks of Israeli airstrikes and ground assaults. From AP Photo by Anja Niedringhaus. Jordanian protesters shout pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Jordanian protesters shout pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Jordanian protesters shout pro-Hamas slogans during a rally to show their solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza, in Amman January 23, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Palestinian youngsters stand under an Hamas street banner as they wait for customers to sell their smuggled petrol in Gaza City, Friday, Jan. 23, 2009. Hamas emerged stronger from the war but ordinary Palestinians suffer from increased shortages including petrol. From AP Photo by Anja Niedringhaus. An Israeli soldier (foreground) stands guard opposite Palestinian Hamas supporters marching to celebrate what they called the "Gaza war victory" following the weekly Friday prayers in the West Bank city of Hebron on January 23, 2009. A Hamas delegation from Gaza crossed into Egypt for talks to shore up the ceasefire with Israel which ended a 22-day assault on the coastal strip, a border official said. Egypt is trying to secure a durable ceasefire between Israel and Hamas and the reopening of crossings, followed by Palestinian reconciliation talks. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. A Hamas militant walks through the destroyed Hamas headquarters compound in Gaza January 24, 2009. The Hamas headquarters was repeatedly bombed during Israel's devastating three-week war. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. A Hamas policeman sits next to a mural depicting militants, opposite the destroyed Parliament building in Gaza City in the Gaza strip, Friday, Jan. 23, 2009. Writing on weapon in arabic reads "Al-Ansar Brigades", a small militant group established after Hamas took over. From AP Photo by Ben Curtis. Hamas legislator Mushir al-Masri, center right, leads prayers as Palestinian men pray on a street after their mosque was destroyed in Israeli Army operations in Jebaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 23, 2009. Gaza residents headed for Friday communal prayers and Israeli naval guns were largely silent as grief and shock began to mix with a palpable sense of relief in the coastal strip pounded by weeks of Israeli airstrikes and ground assaults. From AP Photo by Anja Niedringhaus. Masked Hamas supporters set tyres ablaze as others block the road during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron January 23, 2009. Hamas supporters held a march in Hebron on Friday celebrating the alleged victory of Hamas over Israel during the recent war in the Gaza Strip. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Hamas supporters hold banners and flags as other supporters run from tear gas fired by Israeli troops (unseen) during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron January 23, 2009. Hamas supporters held a march in Hebron on Friday celebrating the alleged victory of Hamas over Israel during the recent war in the Gaza Strip. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. A Hamas supporter shows a victory sign as others hold up copies of the Koran during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron January 23, 2009. Hamas supporters held a march in Hebron on Friday celebrating the alleged victory of Hamas over Israel during the recent war in the Gaza Strip. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Hamas supporters hold banners and flags as other supporters throw stones in the direction of Israeli troops (unseen) during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron January 23, 2009. Hamas supporters held a march in Hebron on Friday celebrating the alleged victory of Hamas over Israel during the recent war in the Gaza Strip. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Masked Hamas supporters set tyres ablaze as others block the road during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron January 23, 2009. Hamas supporters held a march in Hebron on Friday celebrating the alleged victory of Hamas over Israel during the recent war in the Gaza Strip. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.

Masked spokesmen for Hamas-allied violent group the Popular Resistance Committees hold a press conference to announce their victory in the conflict with Israel, in Gaza City, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009. Israel waged a 22-day war meant to end rocket fire on southern Israel from Hamas-ruled Gaza. Cease-fires declared by both sides Sunday ended an offensive that killed some 1,300 Palestinians and wounded thousands, according to Gaza health officials, and inflicted widespread destruction in Gaza. Thirteen Israelis were also killed. From AP Photo by ASHRAF AMRA.

عکس های امروز غزه

Hamas police officers raise their right fingers while chanting in Arabic " there is only one god and that is Allah" during a pro-Hamas demonstration in Gaza City January 20, 2009. Voicing shock and anger at the "heartbreaking" devastation, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday to pledge aid for Palestinians after Israeli attacks killed 1,300 and left thousands homeless. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. A Hamas police officer raises his right finger while chanting in Arabic "there is only one god and that is Allah" during a pro-Hamas demonstration in Gaza City January 20, 2009. Voicing shock and anger at the "heartbreaking" devastation, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday to pledge aid for Palestinians after Israeli attacks killed 1,300 and left thousands homeless. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Palestinians take part in a pro-Hamas demonstration on the rubble of the destroyed house of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan, who was killed by an Israeli air strike earlier this month, in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 20, 2009. Voicing shock at stark scenes of destruction, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and Israel was poised to withdraw its troops before the U.S. presidential inauguration later in the day. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Palestinians take part in a pro-Hamas demonstration on the rubble of the destroyed house of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan, who was killed by an Israeli air strike earlier this month, in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 20, 2009. Voicing shock at stark scenes of destruction, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and Israel was poised to withdraw its troops before the U.S. presidential inauguration later in the day. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Palestinian girls wearing Hamas headbands stand on the ruins of the destroyed house of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 20, 2009. Rayyan was killed in an Israeli air strike earlier this month. Voicing shock at stark scenes of destruction, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and Israel was poised to withdraw its troops before the U.S. presidential inauguration later in the day. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. A woman holds up a poster of Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal during a rally calling for the boycott of U.S. and Israeli products in Sanaa January 20, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Palestinian men pray in the street before a pro-Hamas demonstration in the northern Gaza Strip January 20, 2009. Voicing shock at stark scenes of destruction, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and Israel was poised to withdraw its troops before the U.S. presidential inauguration later in the day. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. A woman holds up a poster of Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal during a rally calling for a boycott of U.S. and Israeli products in Sanaa January 20, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS. Palestinian men wave Hamas flags next to destroyed buildings during a march through Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. Hamas leaders vowed to restore order to the shattered territory Monday after Israel pummeled the militant group in a three-week war. But the task of reconstruction faced deep uncertainty because of the fear of renewed fighting and Israel's control over border crossings. From AP Photo by Anja Niedringhaus. Palestinian men wave Hamas flags next to destroyed buildings during a march through Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. Hamas leaders vowed to restore order to the shattered territory Monday after Israel pummeled the militant group in a three-week war. But the task of reconstruction faced deep uncertainty because of the fear of renewed fighting and Israel's control over border crossings. From AP Photo by Anja Niedringhaus.A Hamas militant and his two children participate in a rally in Palestine Square in Gaza City, in the northern Gaza strip, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon inspected the devastation wrought by Israel's onslaught in Gaza on Tuesday, leading a moment of silence at the U.N. headquarters, as the territory's militant Hamas rulers, triumphant at having survived, held victory rallies amid the ruins. From AP Photo by Ben Curtis. Palestinian Hamas supporters march during a rally supporting the Islamic organization in the northern Gaza Strip town of Jebaliya, Tuesday Jan. 20 , 2009. At least 1,259 Palestinians were killed in Israel's air and ground onslaught, more than half of them civilians, according to the United Nations, Gaza health officials and rights groups. Thirteen Israelis died, including four soldiers killed inadvertently by their own forces' fire. From AP Photo by LEFTERIS PITARAKIS. Palestinian Hamas supporters march during a rally supporting the Islamic organization in the northern Gaza Strip town of Jebaliya, Tuesday Jan. 20 , 2009. At least 1,259 Palestinians were killed in Israel's air and ground onslaught, more than half of them civilians, according to the United Nations, Gaza health officials and rights groups. Thirteen Israelis died, including four soldiers killed inadvertently by their own forces' fire. From AP Photo by LEFTERIS PITARAKIS. Palestinian men gesture during a Hamas rally in Jebaliya, northern Gaza strip, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. Hamas leaders vowed to restore order to the shattered territory Monday after Israel pummeled the militant group in a three-week war. But the task of reconstruction faced deep uncertainty because of the fear of renewed fighting and Israel's control over border crossings. From AP Photo by Anja Niedringhaus. Palestinian Hamas supporters pray prior to a rally supporting the Islamic organization in the northern Gaza Strip town of Jebaliya, Tuesday Jan. 20 , 2009. At least 1,259 Palestinians were killed in Israel's air and ground onslaught, more than half of them civilians, according to the United Nations, Gaza health officials and rights groups. Thirteen Israelis died, including four soldiers killed inadvertently by their own forces' fire. From AP Photo by LEFTERIS PITARAKIS. A boy stand between Palestinian Hamas supporters during a prayer before a rally supporting the Islamic organization in the northern Gaza Strip town of Jebaliya, Tuesday Jan. 20 , 2009. At least 1,259 Palestinians were killed in Israel's air and ground onslaught, more than half of them civilians, according to the United Nations, Gaza health officials and rights groups. Thirteen Israelis died, including four soldiers killed inadvertently by their own forces' fire. From AP Photo by LEFTERIS PITARAKIS. Palestinians watch from their destroyed apartments a rally by Hamas supporters in Jabalia, northern Gaza Strip on January 20, 2009, on the bombed site where Hamas interior minister Said Siam  was killed by an Israeli air strike. Israel will cooperate with reconstruction efforts in the Gaza Strip only if the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas does not lead the process, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said today. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.


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A Palestinian boy is reflected in the mirror of a motorcycle ... A Hamas militant and his two children participate in a rally ... Palestinian sisters Dunia, 10, and Dana, 5, sort out their school ... A white dove flies off sandbags left behind by the Israeli army ...The remains of one of the shells that allegedly struck the warehouse ... Palestinian boys stand on the rubble of a mosque in Jabalia, ... Palestinians stand on the rubble of the destroyed house of senior ... A local U.N. worker stands inside the United Nations compound ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, center, speaks to the media ... A local U.N. worker stands inside the United Nations compound ... Photographers gather around U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, second from right, arrives ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks to journalists in ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (C) speaks to journalists ... A Palestinian man gestures while taking a break from cleaning ...Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert meets U.N. Secretary-General ... Palestinian Tahani Hijji, 26, carries her young child as she ... Palestinians clear the rubble from their house near the border ... Trucks loaded with humanitarian aid wait on the Israeli side ... Humanitarian aid waits on the Israeli side of Kerem Shalom border ... A man pushes another man sitting in a wheelchair through the ... An Iranian student holds an anti-Israel poster during a protest ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (R) arrives for a visit at ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, center, speaks to the media ... A protester looks on as he stands under a banner with a picture ... U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon adjusts his eyeglasses while ...

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A Palestinian supporter of Hamas holds up the holy Koran during a demonstration against Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip, at al-Yarmouk Camp near Damascus January 2, 2009. Israeli warplanes struck targets in Gaza on Friday and Islamist fighters fired rockets into the Israeli port of Ashkelon, dashing international hopes of a ceasefire to end seven days of fighting. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinians carry the bodies of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan and his family during their funeral in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 2, 2009. Rayyan, his four wives and eight children were killed in an Israeli air strike on their home on Thursday. Palestinian Islamists vowed revenge against Israel on Friday for killing a senior Hamas leader and his family, and said all options including suicide bombs were now open to "strike at Zionist interests everywhere". From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.The body of one of the children of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan, who was killed Thursday in an Israeli airstrike with 4 of his wives and 10 of his children is lowered into a grave during their funeral in the town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. Israel bombed a mosque it says had been used to store weapons and destroyed the homes of more than a dozen Hamas operatives on Friday, the seventh day of a blistering offensive in Gaza and the day after an airstrike killed a prominent Hamas figure. From AP Photo by KHALIL HAMRA.The body of one of the children of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan, who was killed Thursday in an Israeli airstrike with 4 of his wives and 10 of his children is carried during their funeral in the town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. Israel bombed a mosque it says had been used to store weapons and destroyed the homes of more than a dozen Hamas operatives on Friday, the seventh day of a blistering offensive in Gaza and the day after an airstrike killed a prominent Hamas figure. From AP Photo by KHALIL HAMRA.A Palestinian supporter of Hamas gestures during a protest against Israel's attacks on Gaza, at al-Yarmouk Camp near Damascus January 2, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinians carry 14 bodies during the funeral procession for Hamas leader Nizar Rayan, 4 of his wives and 10 of his children who were killed Thursday in an Israeli airstrike, in the town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. Israel bombed a mosque it says had been used to store weapons and destroyed the homes of more than a dozen Hamas operatives on Friday, the seventh day of a blistering offensive in Gaza and the day after an airstrike killed a prominent Hamas figure. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.Palestinians carry the bodies of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan and his family, who were killed in an Israeli air strike on their home on Thursday, during their funeral in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 2, 2009. Palestinian Islamists vowed revenge against Israel on Friday for killing Rayyan, his four wives and eight children, and said all options including suicide bombs were now open to "strike at Zionist interests everywhere". From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinians carry the bodies of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan and his family, who were killed in an Israeli air strike on their home on Thursday, during their funeral in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 2, 2009. Palestinian Islamists vowed revenge against Israel on Friday for killing Rayyan, his four wives and eight children, and said all options including suicide bombs were now open to "strike at Zionist interests everywhere". From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinian Hamas supporters shout anti-Israel slogans during a protest against Israel's offensive in Gaza, in the West Bank city of Nablus January 2, 2009. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinian supporters of Hamas take part in a demonstration against Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip, at al-Yarmouk Camp near Damascus January 2, 2009. Israeli warplanes struck targets in Gaza on Friday and Islamist fighters fired rockets into the Israeli port of Ashkelon, dashing international hopes of a ceasefire to end seven days of fighting. The headband reads, "Al-Qassam battalions". From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinian firefighters work in the rubble of senior Hamas militant Nizar Rayan's house, who was killed Thursday in an Israeli airstrike with 4 of his wives and 10 of his children, in the Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. Israel showed no sign of slowing a blistering seven-day offensive against Hamas militants in Gaza, destroying homes of the group's leaders and bombing one of its mosques a day after a deadly strike on a prominent Hamas figure killed him and most of his family. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.Palestinians pray beside the bodies of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan and his family during their funeral in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 2, 2009. Rayyan, his four wives and eight children were killed in an Israeli air strike on their home on Thursday. Palestinian Islamists vowed revenge against Israel on Friday for killing Rayyan and his family, and said all options including suicide bombs were now open to "strike at Zionist interests everywhere". From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.Palestinians carry the bodies of senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan and his family, who were killed in an Israeli air strike on their home on Thursday, during their funeral in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip January 2, 2009. Palestinian Islamists vowed revenge against Israel on Friday for killing Rayyan, his four wives and eight children, and said all options including suicide bombs were now open to "strike at Zionist interests everywhere". From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.The body of family members of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan, who was killed Thursday in an Israeli airstrike with 4 of his wives and 10 of his children is carried during their funeral in the town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. Israel bombed a mosque it says had been used to store weapons and destroyed the homes of more than a dozen Hamas operatives on Friday, the seventh day of a blistering offensive in Gaza and the day after an airstrike killed a prominent Hamas figure. From AP Photo by KHALIL HAMRA.Flames rise from the rubble of senior Hamas militant Nizal Rayan's house after an Israeli airstrike hit a nearby mosque in Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. Israel showed no sign of slowing a blistering seven-day offensive against Hamas fighters in Gaza, destroying homes of the group's leaders and bombing one of its mosques a day after a deadly strike on a prominent Hamas figure killed him and most of his family. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.Pakistani protesters demonstrate against Israel and in support of Hamas outside the Islamic University in Islamabad Friday, Jan. 2, 2009. From AP Photo by David Guttenfelder.Palestinian mourners carry the body of one of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan�s slain children during a funeral procession in Jabalia on the way to the Beit Lahia cemetery in the northern Gaza Strip on January 2, 2009, after he was killed in an Israeli air strike that also killed his father and other members of his family. Israeli warplanes pounded militant targets including a mosque in Gaza today as angry protests unfurled on Hamas's "day of wrath" against the blistering assault that has killed more than 420 people including senior Hamas commander Rayan and several of his wives and children. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.Palestinian mourners carry the bodies of the children of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan, who were killed along with their father in an Israeli air strike, during a funeral procession in Jabalia on the way to the Beit Lahia cemetery in the northern Gaza Strip on January 2, 2009. Israeli warplanes pounded militant targets including a mosque in Gaza today as angry protests unfurled on Hamas's "day of wrath" against the blistering assault that has killed more than 420 people including senior Hamas commander Rayan and several of his wives and children. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.Palestinian mourners pray before the bodies of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan and his family members who were killed in an Israeli air strike during a funeral procession in Jabalia before burial in Beit Lahia cemetery in the northern Gaza Strip on January 2, 2009. Israeli warplanes pounded militant targets including a mosque in Gaza today as angry protests unfurled on Hamas's "day of wrath" against the blistering assault that has killed more than 420 people including senior Hamas commander Rayan and several of his wives and children. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.Palestinian mourners carry the bodies of the children of Hamas leader Nizar Rayan, who were killed along with their father in an Israeli air strike, during a funeral procession in Jabalia on the way to the Beit Lahia cemetery in the northern Gaza Strip on January 2, 2009. Israeli warplanes pounded militant targets including a mosque in Gaza today as angry protests unfurled on Hamas's "day of wrath" against the blistering assault that has killed more than 420 people including senior Hamas commander Rayan and several of his wives and children. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.

A Palestinian supporter of Hamas holds up the holy Koran during a demonstration against Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip, at al-Yarmouk Camp near Damascus January 2, 2009. Israeli warplanes struck targets in Gaza on Friday and Islamist fighters fired rockets into the Israeli port of Ashkelon, dashing international hopes of a ceasefire to end seven days of fighting. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.