Gaza is 45 km long and at its narrowest only 5 km wide. For these three young residents, parkour is their form of resistance. They practice it every day, in all the sites that were bombed in 2006 and 2012. Many times even during attacks they go out and keep practicing. Bright, talented, and full of potential, they’re studying accounting at university. Their dream is to travel and see what it’s like outside Gaza, because they’ve never left. Every time I meet them they fill my heart with joy, and at the same time I feel a bit angry and frustrated, because I think, why are they trapped in here?
Belles photos pleines d’espoirs ,de fraîcheurs et de jeunesse qui résiste à cet arrière plan de douleur et d’emprisonnement .ce sont des oiseaux qui volent vers la liberté .
Merci. Oui, ils sont vraiment des oiseaux qui volent vers la liberté, parce que la liberté se trouve dans de leurs coeurs!
HABIBI SAMI> YOU HAVE DONE, WHAT OUR GENERATION, FAILED BADLY TO ACHIEVE. MAY ALLAH BE WITH YOU
dear Sami, what a poetic and STRONG stance these young men have taken, your presence with the camera lifts their committed vision into our sight, thank you for sharing ***
Great job,proud of you and your talented way of struggle.
Sami, when I think about it you probably came to this world at least a couple of generations ahead of your time. Few shared your vision and motivation, sadly because others who could were reluctant into doing so. Maybe now you are in a better place appreciated and celebrate the great result of your art work in almost daily basis. I am certain your eternal dwelling is heaven.