استعدادات غزاوية لعيد الأضحى

Palestinian men tape a donkey in order to paint it to look like a zebra ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, at the Marah Land Zoo in eastern Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. The zoo cannot afford to buy a zebra which can be very expensive to buy as it can only be snuck through the tunnels from Egypt. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, with the sacrificial killing of sheep, goats, cows or camels.

صور الاستعدادات الغزية لعيد الأضحى وأجواء شراء الأضحية من الغنم والبقر والإبل والماشية، ومعالم الحصار والأوضاع الاقتصادية..

وكل عام وأنتم بخير

 

A Palestinian man smuggles a sheep into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel's blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
A Palestinian man smuggles a sheep into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel’s blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
A Palestinian man carries sheep smuggled into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel's blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
A Palestinian man carries sheep smuggled into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel’s blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
Palestinians smuggle sheep into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel's blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
Palestinians smuggle sheep into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel’s blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
A Palestinian man carries a sheep smuggled into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel's blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
A Palestinian man carries a sheep smuggled into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel’s blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
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A truck carrying cattle is checked by Palestinians after crossing into Gaza through the Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip November 15, 2009. Israel allowed shipments of cattle to cross into Gaza ahead of the upcoming Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
A Palestinian man carries sheep smuggled into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel's blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
A Palestinian man carries sheep smuggled into the Gaza Strip through a tunnel under the Egypt-Gaza border in Rafah on November 15, 2009. Residents of the poverty-stricken Gaza Strip fear a shortage of sacrificial cattle ahead of a major Muslim holiday due to Israel’s blockade. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice marks the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and is celebrated in remembrance of Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son to God.
Sheep are seen in a cattle market in Cairo ahead of Eid al-Adha Muslim holiday November 15, 2009. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha or the Festival of Sacrifice, which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca by hundreds of millions of Muslims around the world by slaughtering goats, sheep and cattle in commemoration of the Prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to Allah.
Sheep are seen in a cattle market in Cairo ahead of Eid al-Adha Muslim holiday November 15, 2009. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha or the Festival of Sacrifice, which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca by hundreds of millions of Muslims around the world by slaughtering goats, sheep and cattle in commemoration of the Prophet Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to Allah.
A Palestinian man sells goats on a street ahead of the holiday of Eid al-Adha, in al-Buraij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip November 19, 2009. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha to mark the end of the haj by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God's command.
A Palestinian man sells goats on a street ahead of the holiday of Eid al-Adha, in al-Buraij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip November 19, 2009. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha to mark the end of the haj by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God’s command.
A Palestinian man drives a motorbike with a goat in a basket in Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2009. Muslims worldwide are preparing for Eid al-Adha, or Feast of the Sacrifice, commemorating God's provision of a ram to substitute for Abraham's impending sacrifice of his son, where able Muslims offer an animal sacrifice during the feast rituals.
A Palestinian man drives a motorbike with a goat in a basket in Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2009. Muslims worldwide are preparing for Eid al-Adha, or Feast of the Sacrifice, commemorating God’s provision of a ram to substitute for Abraham’s impending sacrifice of his son, where able Muslims offer an animal sacrifice during the feast rituals.
Men unload goats from the back of a truck after they were brought to a cattle market in Lahore November 22, 2009, ahead of the Islamic Eid al-Adha celebrations. Also known as the 'Festival of Sacrifice,' Eid al-Adha is scheduled to be observed on November 28 in Pakistan.
Men unload goats from the back of a truck after they were brought to a cattle market in Lahore November 22, 2009, ahead of the Islamic Eid al-Adha celebrations. Also known as the 'Festival of Sacrifice,' Eid al-Adha is scheduled to be observed on November 28 in Pakistan.
A man is silhouetted along with his camels after they were brought to an animal market to be sold in Lahore November 24, 2009, ahead of the Islamic Eid al-Adha celebrations. Also known as the 'Festival of Sacrifice', Eid al-Adha is scheduled to be observed on November 28 in Pakistan.
A man is silhouetted along with his camels after they were brought to an animal market to be sold in Lahore November 24, 2009, ahead of the Islamic Eid al-Adha celebrations. Also known as the ‘Festival of Sacrifice’, Eid al-Adha is scheduled to be observed on November 28.
Workers load a sheep onto a truck to be transported to Jammu and Kashmir, the only Muslim majority state in India, at a wholesale cattle market, ahead of Eid al-Adha festival in Amritsar, India, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, is celebrated to commemorate the prophet Ibrahim's faith in being willing to sacrifice his son.
Workers load a sheep onto a truck, the only Muslim majority state in India, at a wholesale cattle market, ahead of Eid al-Adha festival, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, is celebrated to commemorate the prophet Ibrahim’s faith in being willing to sacrifice his son.
A Palestinian youth feeds cattle for sale, on a farm, in Jabaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, celebrated to commemorate the prophet Ibrahim's faith in being willing to sacrifice his son.
A Palestinian youth feeds cattle for sale, on a farm, in Jabaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, celebrated to commemorate the prophet Ibrahim’s faith in being willing to sacrifice his son.
A shepherd decorates one of his flock with beads and sun glasses as he sprays it  with deodorant ahead of the Muslim holiday of Eid el-Adha in the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon, on Wednesday Nov. 25, 2009. In Eid el-Adha Muslims slaughter camels, cows or sheep, with the meat later being distributed to the needy, in the holiday which honors the prophet of Abraham for preparing to sacrifice his son Ismael on the order of God who was testing his faith.
A shepherd decorates one of his flock with beads and sun glasses as he sprays it with deodorant ahead of the Muslim holiday of Eid el-Adha in the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon, on Wednesday Nov. 25, 2009. In Eid el-Adha Muslims slaughter camels, cows or sheep, with the meat later being distributed to the needy, in the holiday which honors the prophet of Abraham for preparing to sacrifice his son Ismael on the order of God who was testing his faith.
A boy watches rams on a Damascus street, November 25, 2009. Farmers started bringing their livestock to urban centers ahead of Eid al-Adha which will commence on November 27. Muslims traditionally sacrifice a live animal and donate meat to the poor during the festival.
A boy watches rams on a Damascus street, November 25, 2009. Farmers started bringing their livestock to urban centers ahead of Eid al-Adha which will commence on November 27. Muslims traditionally sacrifice a live animal and donate meat to the poor during the festival.
Shepherds display their sheep at a livestock market in Amman ahead of Eid al-Adha festival November 25, 2009. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha by slaughtering sheep, goats, camels and cows to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God's command.
Shepherds display their sheep at a livestock market in Amman ahead of Eid al-Adha festival November 25, 2009. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha by slaughtering sheep, goats, camels and cows to commemorate Prophet Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God’s command.
A Palestinian man sells a goat on a street ahead of the holiday of Eid al-Adha, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip December 7, 2008. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha to mark the end of the haj by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God's command.
A Palestinian man sells a goat on a street ahead of the holiday of Eid al-Adha, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha to mark the end of the haj by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God’s command.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 07: Palestinians sell goats and sheep at a market as they prepare for the holiday of Eid al-Adha, December 7, 2008 in Gaza, Gaza Strip. Most of the sacrificial sheep in Gaza have been smuggled through tunnels between Rafah and Egypt as Israel still blocks their crossings with Gaza Strip. To celebrate the Eid festival Muslims slaughter animals to commemorate Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The meat will then be distributed to the needy.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP: Palestinians sell goats and sheep at a market as they prepare for the holiday of Eid al-Adha, in Gaza, Gaza Strip. Most of the sacrificial sheep in Gaza have been smuggled through tunnels between Rafah and Egypt as Israel still blocks their crossings with Gaza Strip. To celebrate the Eid festival Muslims slaughter animals to commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The meat will then be distributed to the needy.
Palestinian smugglers lift a calf on the Palestinian side of a tunnel between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip under the border in Rafah, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008. The Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of the Sacrifice which commemorates Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son for God starts Dec. 8. According to Muslim tradition, after Abraham expresses his willingness, God sends the prophet two sheep instead for slaughter. Israel's tightening Gaza blockade, a response to Palestinian militant rocket fire, has led to frequent blackouts throughout Gaza and resulted in shortages of food, supplies and even cash.
Palestinian smugglers lift a calf on the Palestinian side of a tunnel between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip under the border in Rafah. The Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of the Sacrifice which commemorates Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son for God starts Dec. 8. According to Muslim tradition, after Abraham expresses his willingness, God sends the prophet two sheep instead for slaughter. Israel’s tightening Gaza blockade, a response to Palestinian militant rocket fire, has led to frequent blackouts throughout Gaza and resulted in shortages of food, supplies and even cash.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 07: Palestinians sell goats and sheep at a market as they prepare for the holiday of Eid al-Adha, December 7, 2008 in Gaza, Gaza Strip. Most of the sacrificial sheep in Gaza have been smuggled through tunnels between Rafah and Egypt as Israel still blocks their crossings with Gaza Strip. To celebrate the Eid festival Muslims slaughter animals to commemorate Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The meat will then be distributed to the needy.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP : Palestinians sell goats and sheep at a market as they prepare for the holiday of Eid al-Adha, Gaza Strip. Most of the sacrificial sheep in Gaza have been smuggled through tunnels between Rafah and Egypt as Israel still blocks their crossings with Gaza Strip. To celebrate the Eid festival Muslims slaughter animals to commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The meat will then be distributed to the needy.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 07: Palestinians sell goats and sheep at a market as they prepare for the holiday of Eid al-Adha, December 7, 2008 in Gaza, Gaza Strip. Most of the sacrificial sheep in Gaza have been smuggled through tunnels between Rafah and Egypt as Israel still blocks their crossings with Gaza Strip. To celebrate the Eid festival Muslims slaughter animals to commemorate Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The meat will then be distributed to the needy.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP: Palestinians sell goats and sheep at a market as they prepare for the holiday of Eid al-Adha, 2008 in Gaza, Gaza Strip. Most of the sacrificial sheep in Gaza have been smuggled through tunnels between Rafah and Egypt as Israel still blocks their crossings with Gaza Strip. To celebrate the Eid festival Muslims slaughter animals to commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The meat will then be distributed to the needy.
A Palestinian leads camels for sale on a farm, in Jabaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, celebrated to commemorate the prophet Ibrahim's faith in being willing to sacrifice his son.
A Palestinian leads camels for sale on a farm, in Jabaliya, northern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, or the Feast of the Sacrifice, celebrated to commemorate the prophet Ibrahim’s faith in being willing to sacrifice his son.
A Palestinian man counts cattle aboard a truck after it crossed into Gaza through the Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip November 15, 2009. Israel allowed shipments of cattle to cross into Gaza ahead of the upcoming Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
A Palestinian man counts cattle aboard a truck after it crossed into Gaza through the Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip November 15, 2009. Israel allowed shipments of cattle to cross into Gaza ahead of the upcoming Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
Palestinian women prepare sweets ahead of the Muslim Eid al-Adha celebrations, in the West Bank city of Nablus, Wednesday Nov. 25, 2009. Muslims around the world are preparing for the celebrations of Eid al-Adha, the Muslim feast of sacrifice to commemorate the prophet Abraham's offering of his son to God.
Palestinian women prepare sweets ahead of the Muslim Eid al-Adha celebrations, in the West Bank city of Nablus, Wednesday Nov. 25, 2009. Muslims around the world are preparing for the celebrations of Eid al-Adha, the Muslim feast of sacrifice to commemorate the prophet Abraham's offering of his son to God.
A man displays his goat's teeth before selling it to a customer at a livestock market in Amman ahead of Eid al-Adha festival, November 25, 2009. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha by slaughtering sheep, goats, camels and cows to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God's command.
A man displays his goat's teeth before selling it to a customer at a livestock market in Amman ahead of Eid al-Adha festival, November 25, 2009. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha by slaughtering sheep, goats, camels and cows to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God's command.

وهنا.. أطرف ما في الموضوع.. بدلاً من الحمار الوحشي تم دهان هذا الحمار كي يفرح به الأطفال في العيد..
في مدينة مرح لاند للملاهي، طبعاً لأن سعر الحمار الوحشي يزيد عن 40 ألف دولار

Palestinian men tape a donkey in order to paint it to look like a zebra ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, at the Marah Land Zoo in eastern Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. The zoo cannot afford to buy a zebra which can be very expensive to buy as it can only be snuck through the tunnels from Egypt. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, with the sacrificial killing of sheep, goats, cows or camels.
Palestinian men tape a donkey in order to paint it to look like a zebra ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, at the Marah Land Zoo in eastern Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. The zoo cannot afford to buy a zebra which can be very expensive to buy as it can only be snuck through the tunnels from Egypt. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, with the sacrificial killing of sheep, goats, cows or camels.
A Palestinian man paints a donkey to look like a zebra ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, at the Marah Land Zoo in eastern Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. The zoo cannot afford to buy a zebra which can be very expensive to buy as it can only be snuck through the tunnels from Egypt. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, with the sacrificial killing of sheep, goats, cows or camels.
A Palestinian man paints a donkey to look like a zebra ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, at the Marah Land Zoo in eastern Gaza City, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. The zoo cannot afford to buy a zebra which can be very expensive to buy as it can only be snuck through the tunnels from Egypt. Muslims worldwide are preparing for the Eid al-Adha festival, with the sacrificial killing of sheep, goats, cows or camels.

 

عن Khaled Safi

خالد صافي مدرب في مجال الإعلام الجديد ومهتم بالتصوير والتصميم، حاصل على لقب سفير الشباب الفخري من وزير الشباب والرياضة التركية، حاز على جائزة أفضل مدونة عربية لعام 2012 من دويتشه فيله الألمانية.

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  1. غزاوية ورافعة راسى بالحمساوية

    مسكين هذا الحمار غيروا معالمه بس هذا الخروف مشخص بالنظارة والإكسسوارات ولا هاى إلا راكبة الدراجة النارية حد صاححله يركبها ،،،بس عن جد كان نفسي من زمان أشوف الأنفاق من الداخل وكيف بدخلوا فيه الصور كفت و وفت ،،،مشكور أخي خالد…

  2. كل عام وكل الغزاويين بخير

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