Photojournalist Ahmed Jadallah was born in Palestine in 1970. He is the oldest of four brothers, who are also award-winning photographers. Jadallah studied science and worked as a teacher before joining a local newspaper in Gaza as a correspondent in 1989. He became a cameraman and producer in 1990 for CBS, where he befriended photographers and helped guide them through Gaza while they taught him photography.
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