James Lukoski, a New York-based photojournalist, has covered numerous domestic and international events during his storied career. Some of his most notable coverage was of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the end of the '80s and early 1990s. His coverage is presented in a documentary style, but the implications are discomfiting. Through his photos he showed the tragedy of the conflict and the toll that it took on the general population in the West Bank and Gaza, as seen on the faces of the people he photographed.
What do you think? Have things changed between the two sides or are we still in a situation where photos like these are all too common?
Check out Lukoski's images here, and let us know what you think of the photos and the photographer's approach in the comments section below:
Every Friday, HuffPost's Culture Shift newsletter helps you figure out which books you should read, art you should check out, movies you should watch and music should listen to. Learn more