@WSJ Middle East Correspondent based in Cairo. Formerly a criminal justice reporter in NYC. Follow me on Instagram http://t.co/hlx3wzQnSQ
The aftermath. #pt #gaza pic.twitter.com/mKF4Z49hSf
Was taking a picture of smoke after two missile strikes and accidentally caught the moment of impact of a third. pic.twitter.com/SgY7ToPsDf
First time hearing missiles screech past before making defeating impact. #gaza
Gaza City now. Flares. Blasts. Acrid smoke filling the air as drones buzz above. pic.twitter.com/hI3MTtIFWo
Huge blast. Hotel staffer looks at me, pauses, turns on "Boshret khier." #sisi
I suspect the pounding of Gaza City tonight is no worse than that of Shujaiyah and Beit Hanoun. It's just that we're all hearing it.
RT @ahmed: She said Eid this year was like asphalt, an Arabic phrase used to describe unfortunate situations. “Zift,” she said on.wsj.com/1Ar1uWb
@amira888 I don't go out at night because @ahmedabuhamda won't let me.
RT @katebt3000: #Gaza night sky tonight pic.twitter.com/oXVRv9A2nf
@Cairo67Unedited he's a great kid.
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