Sarah Jabbari

Documentary Photographer
      
Selective Sympathy
Location: India
Nationality: Iranian
Biography: Sarah Jabbari, born on December 1989, Tehran, is an Iranian freelance documentary photographer concerned by social and cultural issues, gender and identity; with interest in working on long-term projects to get deeper into the story.
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Selective Sympathy
Credits: sarah jabbari
Date of Work: 01/10/19 - Ongoing
Updated: 08/14/19
The Hindu origin Kashmir has become Islamic during centuries by Muslim rulers. Particularly after the seventh mass exodus of Kashmiri Hindu Pandits out of Kashmir in late 1989 and early 1990 due to their massacre by Jihadi forces, the majority of the population has remained Muslim. Kashmir is the most densely militarized zone in the world, controlled by India and Pakistan.

The project has begun a few weeks before the Pulwama attack in Jammu and Kashmir, where 40 Police Force personnel and the attacker have been killed.
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The Far End

By Sarah Jabbari — Arthur, a middle-aged Dutchman has been lived in Cambodia for the last 6 years, surviving on the basis of a small pension from the government of..
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The Forgotten Empire

By Sarah Jabbari — “The principle of development begins with the history of Persia (Iran). This, therefore, constitutes strictly the beginning of..
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No Regret

By Sarah Jabbari — KAMARAN ADLE IN FOCUS Iran’s foremost living legend in photography “9 am, a day of Jun 1979 in Evin Prison…covered eyes, long..
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When The Rain Is Dry

By Sarah Jabbari — " May Mazda Save This Country from Enemies, Famine and Lies"-Darius the Great, Iran,  521-486 B.C       " I..
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Waiting for Better Days

By Sarah Jabbari — Negoor is one of the oldest towns in Sistan and Baluchistan, the most extensive province in Iran located in the southeast part of the country near..
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An Artist's Death

By Sarah Jabbari — In 2009, after the suppression of green revolution in Iran and cheating in the election, many Iranian people came to streets and asked for their..
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Hidden Boarders

By Sarah Jabbari — “Most of the people say you can do whatever you want, you're a free woman but it is still expected to be more accepted. Yes, you do have equal..
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Substitution of Grieving

By Sarah Jabbari — Muslims mark the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), the grandson of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), on Ashura, which is the 10th day of the lunar..
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A kind of Anniversary

By Sarah Jabbari — Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Republic entered in Tehran on 1 February 1979 and conduced the resurrection at..
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Abeyance

By Sarah Jabbari — Last days of a horse... 
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Free Fall

By Sarah Jabbari — Falconry, the art of training and hunting with birds of prey, recognized as a human heritage by UNESCO, is disappearing from human society. In..
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We don't want it, so you do

By Sarah Jabbari — Sadeh is an ancient Iranian festival that dates back to the first Persian Empire, Achaemenid Empire. Sadeh celebrates 50 days before Norooz. Sadeh..
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Saddam Wasn't Alone

By Sarah Jabbari — Khuzestan, is one of the provinces of Iran, maintaining Aryan civilization heritage begins with Elam period- 3000 BC, containing mark lands of..
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GBAR

By Sarah Jabbari — Night of a Gay Bar
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Relation

By Sarah Jabbari — In Aarhus Festival 2016
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Oppressed at home

By Sarah Jabbari — Norooz (new day) is the name of the Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year , which is celebrated worldwide by the Iranians, along..
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