Iftar of displaced Palestinian families during Ramadan

2024 Mar Mon 17:37
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Displaced Palestinian families in Gaza are forced to eat little to nothing near their destroyed home, amid the inhumane attacks by Israeli forces during the fasting month of Ramadan.
Displaced Palestinian man Abu Nabeel Hele displays an iftar meal before he breaks the fast with his family during the holy month of Ramadan, at a school where they shelter. Photo - Reuters.
Displaced Palestinian man Wael Al-Attar eats Khobiza, a wild leafy vegetable, with his family as they break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan, at a school where they shelter. Photo - Reuters.
Palestinians wait to receive a free meal of Khobiza, a wild leafy vegetable, during the holy month of Ramadan. Photo - Reuters.
A member of Palestinian Abu Ghouta family carries a tray with food as he prepares to break his fast near the rubble of their destroyed house during the holy month of Ramadan. Photo - Reuters.
Members of Palestinian Abu Ghouta family eat their iftar meal as they break their fast near the rubble of their destroyed house during the holy month of Ramadan. Photo - Reuters.
Displaced Palestinian man Abu Nabeel Heles eats an iftar meal with his family as they break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan, at a school where they shelter. Photo - Reuters.
A displaced Palestinian woman cooks on fire as she prepares iftar food during the holy month of Ramadan, at a school where she shelters with her family. Photo - Reuters.