A farm on the sting of Gaza | EUROtoday

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Since Israel’s invasion of Gaza greater than seven months in the past, Gaza’s meals and agricultural system is getting ready to collapse. Airstrikes and bulldozers have razed farms and orchards throughout the area, in keeping with a Washington Post investigation evaluating satellite tv for pc imagery earlier than and after the beginning of the warfare. Experts say that it might take many years to reconstruct what had already been a weak however dynamic meals system.

But past these satellite tv for pc photographs is the story of Ashraf Omar Alakhras and his household’s farm. For months, the Post’s visible forensics reporter, Nilo Tabrizy, has been corresponding with Alakhras about what has occurred and what it’s going to take to rebuild.

Today’s present was produced by Elana Gordon. It was combined by Sean Carter and edited by Monica Campbell. Thanks to Reem Akkad, Peter Finn, Leila Barghouty and Elyse Samuels. Additional reporting from Imogen Piper and Miriam Berger, with assist from He Yin of Kent State University.

Find The Post’s newest protection of the Israel-Gaza War right here.

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