Israeli force Gaza offensive

epa04327622 Palestinians inspect the destroyed Al Sham-aa mosque after Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, 23 July 2014. At least 15 Palestinians and two Israeli soldiers were killed overnight 23 July in the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian death toll on the 16th day of an Israeli offensive surpassed 640, Gaza Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qedra said Wednesday. More than 4,000 people have been injured. Twenty-nine Israeli soldiers have died during six nights and days of ground fighting, the military said. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Airstrikes on Gaza

epa04329380 Palestinians inspect the rubble of a destroyed house after Israeli airstrikes in Al Tufah neighbourhood in eastern Gaza City, 24 July 2014. Palestinians say there are fewer and fewer safe places in Gaza to take shelter. The UN deems 44 per cent of the enclave to be unsafe for civilians. Dozens of Palestinians were killed 24 July on a bloody 17th day of an Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, officials said, as mediators tried to broker a five-day humanitarian truce. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Military summer camp in the West Bank

epa04267862 Palestinian youths take part in military-inspired exercises during a summer camp organised by the Islamic Hamas movement in central Gaza City, 19 June 2014. Summer camps of this nature start in June annually. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

MIDEAST ISRAEL PALESTINIANS CONFLICT

epa04339985 Fatma Ihjela, 28 years-old, holds her two day old baby whom she has named "Gaza Tuqawem" (translated in English means "Gaza Resists") as she rests at a United Nations-run school after fleeing from the Al-Shejaeiya neighbourhood in Gaza City 03 August 2014. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

25th anniversary of the ruling party of the Gaza Strip Hamas

epa03501544 Exiled Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal (L) and Hamas prime minister Sheikh Ismael Haneiya (R) wave to Hamas supporters during the 25th anniversary of the ruling party of the Gaza Strip Hamas in Gaza City, 08 December 2012. Tens of thousands of Palestinians gathered in a central Gaza City square to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Islamist Hamas movement. The square's decoration includes a huge stage, showing a model of an M-75 rocket, fired by Hamas against Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in last November fighting with Israel. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Hamas and Israeli delegations in Cairo to resume Gaza talks

epa03488395 A Palestinian sits in the remains of a destroyed house of the Al-Khole family in the East of Gaza City, Gaza Strip, 27 November 2012. Hamas and Israeli delegates arrived late 26 November in Cairo to meet separately with Egyptian mediators to discuss details of a ceasefire agreed last week that ended eight days of fighting in the Gaza Strip. The ceasefire between Hamas and Israel came into force on 21 November, after the fighting killed some 170 Palestinians and six Israelis. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

A panoramic view of Gaza City at dusk

epa03480737 Panoramic view of Gaza City at dusk, 21 November 2012. Palestinian militants renewed their rocket fire on Israel on 21 November, and Israel continued hitting targets inside Gaza Strip. The Israeli military informed it bombed some 100 targets in the area overnight, including 50 underground rocket launchers. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israel Gaza violence

epa03479017 The Mother of Foaad Hejaze (L) cries during the funeral of her son and grandsons in the Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza strip, Gaza Strip, 20 November 2012. Foaad Hejaze and his two sons were killed after Israeli air strike in Jabaliya refugee camp which also left his wife injured. Reports state that Israel pounded more than 100 targets in Gaza on the seventh day of its offensive, 20 November. Israeli aircraft, ships and artillery hit targets overnight including underground rocket launchers, tunnels and houses that the military said were 'hide-outs' or 'command centres' of Hamas leaders. Palestinians also fired at least 20 rockets at Israel since midnight. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Mideast Israeli Gaza conflicts

epa03478152 Palestinian women cry during the funeral of Al Dalou family in Al Sheikh Redwan area in Gaza City, 19 November 2012. Eleven members of the Dalou family died when an Israeli air strike hit their hose in Gaza City 18 November. Media reports state that Israeli forces were on 19 November 2012 targeting the homes and other buildings occupied by Palestinian militants in its bombardment of the Gaza Strip, as the combined death toll in six days of airstrikes and rocket attacks climbed to 100. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israeli air strike in the east of Gaza city

epa03477357 Palestinians inspect a ruble of a destroyed houses after Israeli air strike in the east of Gaza city on, 19 November 2012. Reports state that the Israeli military is prepared to significantly widen operations against Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his cabinet 18 November 2012. He said Israel's Operation Pillar of Defence had caused 'significant damage' to the missile arsenal that Palestinian militant groups were aiming at Israel, and had extracted a 'heavy price' from Hamas and other armed organizations EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Destroyed Hamas site after an Israeli air strike

epa03471068 A Palestinian passes by a destroyed Hamas site after an Israeli air strike hit an area south of Gaza City on, 14 November 2012. Hamas says the head of its military wing has been killed in an Israeli air strike. Israel said it had targeted Ahmed al-Jabari because of what it called his decade-long terrorist activity. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

PALESTINIAN ALMUJAHIDEEN BRIGEDS MILITARY EXERCISE

epa04248529 Masked Palestinian gunmen from the Al Mujahideen Brigades are silhouetted as they carry their weapons during a refresher military exercise in their camp in the region of Johr Al-Deak, near the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip in the east of Gaza City on, 10 June 2014. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

sunset feature

epa03426876 As waves from the Mediterrean Sea lap on the beach at Nusairat, a Palestinian man takes his camel for a ride at sunset in the central Gaza strip on, 09 October 2012. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israeli force Gaza offensive

epaselect epa04327626 Palestinian mothers and childrens flee from their houses in the east of Gaza City after Israeli air strikes on 23 July 2014. At least 15 Palestinians and two Israeli soldiers were killed overnight 23 July in the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian death toll on the 16th day of an Israeli offensive surpassed 640, Gaza Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qedra said Wednesday. More than 4,000 people have been injured. Twenty-nine Israeli soldiers have died during six nights and days of ground fighting, the military said. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr

epa03365239 Palestinian Muslims attend Eid Al- Fitr prayers at al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, Israel, 19 August 2012, to celebrate the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr which marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Gaza horse riding

epa03309320 A Palestinian rides a horse during a training session at the Equestrian Club in the west of the Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza strip, 17 July 2012. Palestinian families go to tourist sites and entertainment places because of hot weather which coincides with the cut off of electricity to the Gaza strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER DAILY

Gaza airstrikes

epa04334882 Smoke rises from Tuffah neighbourhood after Israeli air strikes in the east of Gaza City, 29 July 2014. Violence escalated overnight, as Israel renewed intense airstrikes on Gaza in response to barrages of Palestinian rockets after an attempted unofficial truce for the three-day Eid al-Fitr holiday crumbled. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza stri

epa03278699 Palestinian relatives of six year old Ali Al-Shawaf mourns during his funeral in Khoza-a arae in the east of Khan younis city in the southern Gaza strip on, 23 June 2012. Ali was killed and his father wounded after Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER STRIKE

Palestinians swim in the sea off Gaza City during a warm day

epa03267344 Palestinians on a small boat in the sea off Gaza City 15 June 2012 as the sun sets during a warm day. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Palestinians swim in the sea off Gaza City during a warm day

epa03267284 Palestinians swim in the sea off Gaza City 15 June 2012 during a warm day. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Prisoners swap deal between Hamas and Israel

epa02969175 An Egyptian control tower post is visible against the sunset along the border between Egypt and Gaza strip, southern Gaza Strip, 16 October 2011. Captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who is to be swapped for 1,027 Palestinians held in Israeli jails, will be handed over to Egypt rather than the Red Cross, a senior Hamas official said on 15 October. The official for Hamas, the militant organization which runs the Gaza Strip and is holding Shalit, told Israel Radio that the swap would take place on the border between the Strip and Egypt's Sinai peninsula. Shalit will be handed over only after the prisoners being released in the first stage of the swap arrive at the point where the exchange is to take place. The exact date of the swap has still not been released. Israeli envoy David Meidan is set to fly to Cairo for talks, possibly though an intermediary, with Hamas officials to iron out the final technicalities of the exchange. Shalit was snatched during a cross-border raid carried out by Hamas and two other Palestinian militias from the Gaza Strip on 25 June 2006. Under the deal to free him - announced earlier this week - Israel will release 1,027 Palestinian prisoners, 477 of them, including 27 women, in the first stage, and 550 others at a later date. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Solidarity rally for Palestinian prisoners

epa02965124 Burning candles are reflected on a Palestinian flag during a solidarity rally for Palestinian prisoners being held in Israeli jails, in Gaza City on 13 October 2011. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER war

Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier who has been held captive in Gaza for the past five years, will come home in the coming days

epa02962713 Palestinian masked militants of Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigade, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas celebrate in the streets of Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on, 11 October 2011. Both the Islamic Hamas Movement Khaled Misha-al and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed on 11 October 2011 the prisoner swap deal under which Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit held captive in Gaza would be freed in exchange for the release of 1,000 Palestinians jailed in Israel. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER war

Palestinians fleeing Gaza

epaselect epa04313309 Palestinians flee their homes on a horse-drawn carriage and head towards a United Nations' school to seek shelter in Gaza City, 13 July 2014. An Israeli airstrike in Gaza City overnight killed 18 people and wounded approximately 50 others, including the commander of the Gaza police force, health officials said. Meanwhile, the Israeli army warned residents in northern Gaza to leave their homes 'for their own safety.' The Israeli military said Hamas militants fired 36 rockets on 12 July, two of which were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defence system. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Kite festival organised by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency

epa02845743 A Palestinian refugee girl attends a kite festival organised by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in which they attempt to break the Guinness world record for the largest number of kites flown simultaneously, during a sunset in the northern Gaza strip near the border between Israel and Gaza Strip, on, 28 July 2011. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Gaza rally for electricity and diesel

epa03151666 Palestinians wave their national flag during a demonstration demanding that the Egyptian government provide the Gaza Strip with electricity and diesel, near the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, 19 March 2012. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER STRIKE

Palestinians work in recycling rubble from the remains of ruined Palestinian buildings

epa02472854 A Palestinian holds his arms in the air showing the V for victory sign as he works recycling rubble from the remains of ruined Palestinian buildings that were destroyed during the Israeli war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, near the border between Israel and Gaza strip in the east of northern Gaza Strip 29 November 2010. Five Palestinian workers were injured early Sunday after Israeli troops open the fire near the border between Israel and Gaza strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER DAILY

Power cut in Shatea refugee camp in the west Gaza city

epa03131056 A Palestinian girl collects clothing from a washing line during a power cut in Shatea refugee camp in the west Gaza city on, 03 March 2012. The Gaza Energy Authority said that the sole remaining power plant in the Gaza Strip had stopped working because it had run out of fuel. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER STRIKE

General Bodybuilding Championship for Gaza Strip

epa02418965 Palestinian men flex their muscles as they compete in a bodybuilding contest during a General bodybuilding championship for Gaza Strip, in Gaza City, on 29 October 2010. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

A Palestinian family warm up by a fire during a cold winter night

epa03088499 A Palestinian family warm up by a fire during a cold winter night in their destroyed house, in Beit Lahiya town in the northern Gaza strip on, 01 February 2012, after the Israeli offensive on Gaza two years ago,in the northern Gaza strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Palestinian Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni' graffiti in Gaza City

epa02746447 Shadow of Palestinian man on his bicycle seen near the graffiti of the pro-Palestinian Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni on a wall in the central of Gaza City, 22 May 2011. The 36-year-old Arrigoni was killed on 15 April, several hours after he was kidnapped in Gaza by members of the a radical Salafist Islamic group. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Funeral of Mahmud al Jarow

epa02677905 Sister of Mahmud al Jarow, 12, cries during his funeral in al Shejaeiya area in the east of Gaza City on, 09 April 2011. Al Jarow was killed yesterday after Israeli airstrike against Islamic Jihad group, three militants from Islamic Jihad were killed and Mahmud al Jarow. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Hammam in Gaza City

epa02659860 A Palestinian boy sits in the Al Samra Hammam in the Gaza City, 29 March 2011. Al Samra Hammam is the only remaining working traditional Hammam in Gaza and it was renovated many times. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Palestinian children ride the ferris wheel

epa01573813 A ferris wheel at an amusement park during third day of the Eid Al Adha festival in southe of Gaza City, 10 December 2008. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israeli missiles strike four targets

epa02571063 Palestinian firefighters try to extinguish a fire at a burning medicine warehouse after it was struck by Israeli missiles in the east of Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza strip on 09 January 2011. Israeli war planes struck four targets including Hamas and Islamic Jihad training camps and the medicine warehouse in the Hamas controlled Gaza strip in response to a rocket fired from Gaza to Israel. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Thousands of Hamas supporters attend a demonstration against Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

epa02553510 Palestinian Hamas and Islamic Jihad supporters attend a demonstartion against Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City on, 28 January 2011. Thousands of Hamas supporters attended a demonstration against Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after Al-Jazeera TV, citing leaked documents, said Abbas made major secret concessions to Israel. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

makeshift home

epa02521694 A Palestinian girl stands between a makeshift homes in one of the most poor regions in the Gaza Strip on 09 January 2011. It is well known in the Gaza Strip, said the region inhabited by approximately 1000 Palestinian families and is one of the poorest areas in the Gaza Strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER DAILY

makeshift home

epa02521729 A Palestinian boy stands around his makeshift home in one of the most poor regions in the Gaza Strip on 09 January 2011. It is well known in the Gaza Strip, said the region inhabited by approximately 1000 Palestinian families and is one of the poorest areas in the Gaza Strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER DAILY

Egypt starts building steel wall on Gaza Strip border

epa01960163 (FILE) A file photograph showing Ahmad, a Palestinian 16-year-old boy looking up from the entrance of a smuggling tunnel that runs under the border between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip, 06 July 2009. Egypt has begun constructing a huge metal wall along its border with the Gaza Strip as it attempts to cut smuggling tunnels, media reports stated on 09 December 2009. Egyptian security sources said the authorities had started digging and placing steel tubes through the ground at several points on the border, without giving details. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER *** Local Caption *** 00000401784933

Gaza war cemetery

epa02103273 A grave of a British soldier is seen at Gaza war cemetery in the east of Gaza City on 03 April 2010. Gaza war cemetery is a memorial of the British soldiers who where killed during world war I from 1914 to 1918.The war grave is the largest in the Gaza Strip, which was the theatre for several major battles during the first world war between British and Ottoman forces. It is the last resting place for 3,502 soldiers. Most are British, although there are many Australians and at least 700 Turks. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

White phosphorous munitions are blown up by UN and Hamas sappers in Rafah town

epa02088773 White phosphorous munitions are blown up by UN and Hamas sappers in Rafah town in the southern Gaza Strip, on 22 March 2010. United Nations officials have blown up white phosphorous munitions that remained unexploded since the Gaza war. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Hamas military training

Members of the the militant Hamas group take part in a training at a camp in the al-Shejaeiya area, in the east of Gaza City, Gaza Strip on 10 August 2008. A crackdown on political rivals has been widened by both Hamas in Gaza and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank in recent weeks, analysts say. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Destroyed houses in Jabaliya refugee camp

epa01621185 A Palestinian girl inspects the barbed wire surrounding a tent area for Palestinian families whose homes were destroyed in the east of Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip, 01 February 2009. Hundreds of homes in this area were blown up or bulldozed by Israeli troops who entered the area with tanks during their three-week offensive against Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

A Palestinian woman walks past a destroyed area after Israeli military operations

epa01601183 A Palestinian woman walks past a destroyed area after Israeli military operations in the Tal al Hawa area of Gaza City, 16 January 2009. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israeli missile attack on Gaza Strip

Smoke rises following an Israeli missile strike in the east of Gaza City, Gaza Strip on 11 January 2009. Israel's ongoing attacks on Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip have claimed almost 900 lives. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

First anniversary of Israel's Gaza offensive

epa01975962 (FILE) A file picture dated 07 January 2009 shows a girl relatives of the ten victims of the Deeb family weeping during their funeral in the refugee camp of Jablaiyia in the northern Gaza strip, after they were killed in an Israeli missile strike the previous day. Under the slogan 'victory and steadfastness,' Gaza's ruling Hamas movement organized a series of activities on 27 December 2009, including rallies and ceremonies, to mark one year since Israel's three-week military offensive against militants in the salient. Israel said it launched the offensive with airstrikes, and expanded it to include sending ground forces into the Strip, to end over seven years of incessant rocket fire on its towns and villages adjacent to the salient. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Mourning relative

epa01592553 Women relatives of the ten victims of the Deeb family weep during funeral ceremonies in the refugee camp of Jablaiyia in the northern Gaza strip 7 January 2009 after they were killed in an Israeli missile strike the previous day. Israeli missiles strike yesterday at a UN run school killed 43 Palestinians, ten of them from Deeb family. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

First anniversary of Israel's Gaza offensive

epa01975929 (FILE) A file picture dated 01 January 2009 shows Palestinians amongst the debris of the destroyed house of Hamas senior leader Nizar Rayan after Israeli missiles strike in the refugee camp of Jabaliya, northern Gaza Strip. Under the slogan 'victory and steadfastness,' Gaza's ruling Hamas movement organized a series of activities on 27 December 2009, including rallies and ceremonies, to mark one year since Israel's three-week military offensive against militants in the salient. Israel said it launched the offensive with airstrikes, and expanded it to include sending ground forces into the Strip, to end over seven years of incessant rocket fire on its towns and villages adjacent to the salient. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Funeral of boy in Gaza city

epa000245184 The mother of ten- year-old Ali abu Ilba, who died during clashes, kisses his body during his funeral in the Jabaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip on Thursday, 05 August 2004. Israeli troops and tanks withdrew from some densely populated Palestinian areas in northern Gaza on Thursday. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

MIDEAST GAZA HANIYEH

Palestinian Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh speaks to journalists after returning to his house in Gaza City after taking part in the Hajj to the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, Thursday 04 January 2007. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

Israeli soldiers pullback from Beit Hanoun town in the northern Gaza Strip , June 29, 2003. Israel began a troop pullback in Gaza and three leading Palestinian militant groups declared a three-month suspension of attacks on Israelis. .. EPA PHOTO / MOHAMMED SABER

FUNERAL OF KILLED PALESTINIAN

A Palestinian boy looks at his home after it was blown up during an Israeli raid in the Rafah refugee camp, Southern Gaza Strip 29 May 2003 Israeli sources said army units in Jenin in the northern West Bank and in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip killed two armed Palestinians. Eyewitnesses said in Khan Younis dozens of Palestinians were arrested. Army units moved into several Palestinian areas, just hours before anticipated high-level peace talks in Jerusalem, Israeli sources reported. EPA-PHOTO/EPA/MOHAMMED SABER

A Hamas site after an Israeli air strike

epa03475079 Smoke rises from a Hamas site after an Israeli air strike in the south east of Gaza City, 17 November 2012. Reports state that Haneiya's office was destroyed early on 17 November 2012 in an Israeli air strike on Gaza City. Israel has put 75,000 reservists on standby amid speculation of an impending ground invasion. EPA/MOHAMMED SABER
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