In photos: sunset over Gaza, as seen from Israel

Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. The concrete barrier seen in the distance is a fortification installed to protect the kibbut’s residents. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Sunset over Gaza City as seen from Kibuts Netiv HaAsara on the Israel-Gaza border. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Gaza City as seen from Zikkim Beach in Southern Israel. Israel’s recently installed sea barrier with the Strip can also be seen in the distance. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Gaza City as seen from Zikkim Beach in Southern Israel. Israel’s recently installed sea barrier with the Strip can also be seen in the distance. The washed-up rubbish being cleaned apparently came from Gaza. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Gaza City as seen from Zikkim Beach in Southern Israel. Israel’s recently installed sea barrier with the Strip can also be seen in the distance. The washed-up rubbish being cleaned apparently came from Gaza. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.
Gaza City as seen from Zikkim Beach in Southern Israel. Israel’s recently installed sea barrier with the Strip can also be seen in the distance. The washed-up rubbish being cleaned apparently came from Gaza. Photo: Hannah Schneiderman.

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