August 1, 2019

For most people, the Chechen Republic is a remarkably unknown place. While infamous for its turbulent past, little is known about the region's recent developments that define this part of the Northern Caucasus.  Large Russian investments have improved infrastructure an...

Photo cover (Taken in Iraq) for Jessica Davis’s recent book Women in Modern Terrorism. / Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

The book looks at the role of women in terrorist organizations, their motivations for joining, and why some organizations choose to employ women. It...

Assignments for National Geographic Traveler Magazine. Israel edition. 

NG Traveler's publishing goals are to find the new, to showcase fresh travel opportunities, and to be an advocate for travelers.

Each issue of the magazine contains four or more features, roughly...

October 16, 2018

Soon after President Shavkat Mirziyoyev took office in December 2016, Mirziyoyev decreed that tourism would be a government priority and announced that an ambitious visa-free regime for a range of countries in Europe and Asia would be introduced in the upcoming years.


August 28, 2018

The shtetl was home to two-thirds of Eastern Europe's Jews in the 18th and 19th centuries, yet it has long been one of the most misunderstood chapters of the Jewish experience.

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Photo 2018 © Eddie Gerald

July 26, 2018

10 Years after the Russo - Georgian war that shook the world.

August 1, 2008 - A Georgian police car was blown up at 08:05 on the Eredvi-Kheiti road. Joint Peacekeeping Forces (JPKF) commander's media assistant Captain Vladimir Ivanov reported that JPKF military observe...

May 31, 2018

South Korea faces a triad of pressures - from its enemy in the north, its superpower ally across the Pacific, and its largest trading partner, China.

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 Photo 2018 © Eddie Gerald

Questions relating to the concept and identity of victims are highly problematic, because our attitudes towards victims (and how they should be dealt with photographically) are likely to be shaped by the brief assumptions we make about them during our short encounters...

June 11, 2016

A safe passage through one of the most dangerous places on earth.

On April 26, 1986, Reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, located in Ukraine, exploded. Nearly nine tons of radioactive materials - 90 times as much as the Hiroshima bomb - were hurled in...

Assignments for National Geographic Magazine & NG Traveler Magazine. Israel edition. 

 Antiquity merchandise. East Jerusalem February 2016

 Amber fishing. Northern Lithuania July 2016

 Polish heritage. Northern Poland August 2016

The active Pacaya volcano. Guatemala Augu...

April 11, 2016

On assignment in Eshel prison ( Israel ) for the International Red Cross

 ( Due to sensitivity of material captured in the prison photos can not be displayed over here. )

March 24, 2016

"We would rather hide our heads in the sand than listen to evidence questioning our beliefs, even if the facts are solid" For BBC future series. Photo: Eddie Gerald / Getty


  • By David Robson

24 March 2016


If you ever need proof of human gullibility, cast your mind...

February 11, 2016

The increase in “quality of life” settlers is a major shift from the settler movement’s origins in the late 1960s, when after its victory in the 1967 war with Egypt, Jordan and Syria, Israel began moving its citizens into what it refers to as Judea and Samaria, the bib...

December 6, 2015

The on going project "Jewish State" at the International Angkor Photo festival in Cambodia.

December 2015.



MIFA Honorable mention award. November 2015




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