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Scenes from my visit to Quneitra, Syria, 2001. (Wikipedia on Quneitra.)
Posted by Namit Arora at 01:30 PM in Justice, Travel, Video | Permalink
are these the pics of the place you have visited or these just the pics you down loaded from the net, if down load from net i think i can forward you good photos to upload. as i am admirier of photos
Manju Kiran |
March 04, 2008 at 07:41 PM
Manju, www.shunya.net is a personal website and contains photos I have taken myself (with a few exceptions).
March 04, 2008 at 11:05 PM
Wonderful video, very touching, and you have a great site!
March 05, 2008 at 04:51 AM
Very intersting video and photos which bring back many memories.I was a UN Peacekeeper (one of four Canadian Communications pers) attached to the Austrian Battalion which deployed to Quneitra early 1974. We travelled by road convoy from Suez city to a new UN camp near Sasa. The IDF was in the process of pulling out of Quneitra and I remember quite well the tremendous destruction of the city. I freely photographed IDF tanks and crews as they left the area and redeployed to Israel.
Warrant Officer Colin Blackburn Canadian Forces (now retired) |
October 04, 2009 at 09:06 AM
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