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Photo Series by Eduardo Waller

Thursday, January 1, 1970, 12:00 am


Going deep inside the West Bank in Palestine, I was able to see for myself a new generation of Palestinians being raised in “Refugee Camps”. These are brave children, victims of an occupation that they didn’t asked for. They lost their families for the war, and the only thing they have is a “Refugee Camp”.

I took these are pictures at the Refugee Camps in: Beit Sahur, Jenin and Nablus. Despite all the tension and strife these children are being raised in, they are becoming a generation of brave and strong Palestinians. They are defiant, courageous and I love them all. I also discovered and captured some of the exquisite settings near the fantastic Sea of Galilee, including artwork in the streets around the old port of Haifa and the Wall of Shame.

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