The wreckage of a burnt down car is seen from Krayot Lookout Point, which lies at the top of an extension of Mount Amasa, the higher area of the Yatir region, in close proximity to the 1949 Armistice Agreements, or the Green Line, south of the West Bank Palestinian town of Hebron, on July 12, 2017.
June 5th, 2017, marked the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War. Half a century has passed since Israel gained control of the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Ahead of that date, I was commissioned to photograph a story by Dan Ephron for a special issue of The Washington Post Outlook Section.
Photo Editor: Chloe Coleman
Layout Design: Danielle Rindler
Horses are seen grazing at the West Bank Jewish settlement of Har Bracha, located on the southern ridge of Mount Gerizim near the Palestinian city of Nablus, on March 22, 2017.
I'm proud to have my photo on the front page of The Washington Post for the second time this month. Story by William Booth. Photo Editor: Nick Kirkpatrick
An article in The Washington Post by Ruth Eglash, about European Union guidelines for labeling of products from West Bank Jewish settlements. Photo Editor: Nick Kirkpatrick
Read the article online here.
Israeli women hold banners with the slogan 'Bring Back Our Boys' written on them, as they sing and pray during a demonstration calling for the return of three Israeli teenagers who were kidnapped by Palestinian Islamist group Hamas militants, on June 19, 2014, at Alon Shvut junction in Gush Etzion, a cluster of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, from where the three teenagers who were hitchhiking a week earlier were kidnapped.
A deserted guard post overlooks the hills surrounding the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, near the Palestinian city of Nablus, on April 10, 2014.