We Flew a Drone Over the Fires Raging Around Gaza. This Is What We Saw

The good news: No one was killed. The bad news is everything else: Huge swaths of charred land, millions in damages, dead wildlife and health problems. Two months since the flaming kites began landing in Israel, Haaretz assesses the situation from a bird's eye view

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Clockwise from top left: The Be’eri Crater, blackened by fire, the reservoir adjacent to Kibbutz Nir Am, surrounded by scorched fields, North of Sderot and Kissufim forest. Credit: Maya Ben Nisan
Animals that did not manage to escape the fire.Credit: Arnon Soffer and Mendy Rizel



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