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Part 2 - Lebanon Photo Series: Refugees, Rubble and Resistance

category international | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Wednesday August 30, 2006 14:41author by Farah Mokhtareizadeh - Voices for Creative Non-Violence (VCNV.org) Report this post to the editors

Traveling through Qana and Dahiyeh....
Qana
Qana

Also see the previous photo series and Indymedia.ie feature:
Lebanon Photo Series: Refugees, Rubble and Resistance
http://indymedia.ie/article/77980


Farah is in Lebanon as part of a larger team from Voices for Creative Non-Violence ( http://VCNV.org )

Toy Truck
Toy Truck

Unexploded Ordinance
Unexploded Ordinance

Unexploded Ordinance (close up)
Unexploded Ordinance (close up)

Dahiyeh Petrol Station
Dahiyeh Petrol Station

author by Farah Mokhtareizadehpublication date Wed Aug 30, 2006 14:55author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Also see the previous photo series and Indymedia.ie feature:
Lebanon Photo Series: Refugees, Rubble and Resistance
http://indymedia.ie/article/77980


Farah is in Lebanon as part of a larger team from Voices for Creative Non-Violence ( http://VCNV.org )

Dahiyeh
Dahiyeh

People in Dahiyeh
People in Dahiyeh

Women in rubble of Dahiyeh
Women in rubble of Dahiyeh

Yellow Tape at Dahiyeh
Yellow Tape at Dahiyeh

Moscow Street
Moscow Street

author by Farah Mokhtareizadehpublication date Wed Aug 30, 2006 15:02author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Also see the previous photo series and Indymedia.ie feature:
Lebanon Photo Series: Refugees, Rubble and Resistance
http://indymedia.ie/article/77980


Farah is in Lebanon as part of a larger team from Voices for Creative Non-Violence ( http://VCNV.org )

redjade note: It is, of course, difficult for Farah to get online and be able to send these photos from Lebanon - hopefully she will have the time later to tell us more information about these photos and her travels.

Tree and Rubble
Tree and Rubble

Just Hope
Just Hope

author by Ciaron - Dublin Catholic Worker/Ploughshares (personal capacity)publication date Wed Aug 30, 2006 16:15author address author phone 087 918 4552Report this post to the editors

Mucho solidarity & many thanx Farah, Kathy, Michael & Caoimhe.

Also messages of solidarity from manyfolks who gathered at the Grenbelt Christian Music Festival at Cheltenham this past weekend...including Norman Kember (taken hostage in Iraq). Micahel Franti & Spearhead concluded with kick ass anti-war gig
www.iknowimnotalone.com

Will be taking your message of peace and nonviolent intervention to Electric Picnic this weekend.
http://www.electricpicnic.ie/html/leviathan.html

Keep on keeping on
Ciaron O'Reilly

Related Link: http://www.iknowimnotalone.com
 
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