Judea and Samaria are regions in the south and north heartland of Israel, with roots going back to Biblical times. Although Jews have a continuous presence here for millennia, their numbers increased dramatically following the Six Day War. The area has been a source of tension with the local Arab population who claim the land to be part of what they hope to make the future state of Palestine, though many chances have been missed, especially since the 2003 Oslo Accords, to exploit that opportunity.
The organization said they won for “chronicling Israel’s bombardment and invasion of their homeland, Gaza. The two photographed the conflict from its opening hours on Oct. 7." | Read More in JPost.com - Homepage