World Bulletin / News Desk
Millions of Muslims began Ramadan with peace, but anybody don't see any change in Palestinians' life in refugee camps. The photos took from the Al-Zaiton neighbourhood in Gaza Strip.
A Palestinian refugee family breaks their fast in between makeshift tents in one of the poorest regions in the Al-Zaiton neighbourhood during on the third day of the Holy month of Ramadan.
Palestinian refugee children play in between makeshift tents in the Al-Zaiton neighbourhood before Breaking fast on the third day of the Holy month of Ramadan, in Gaza Strip.
A Palestinian child reads the Koran in the Al-Awda mosque, in the Jabaliya North Gaza Strip, 21 July 2012. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating the fasting month of Ramadan.
Palestinian refugee children play in between makeshift tents in the Al-Zaiton neighbourhood before Breaking fast on the third day of the Holy month of Ramadan, in Gaza Strip, 22 July 2012.
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