In one of Egypt’s most spiritual places, Bedouins find peace and resilience

Connecting with Bedouin roots in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt: "What I always see is an unconditional love for the land."

An embroidered photograph of Mahmoud Abdo in his home in Al Tarfa Village. His cousin Nora Mohamed embroidered the image.
Photograph by Rehab Eldalil

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