If you've read about the Israel-Palestine conflict at all in the last few years, chances are your eyes have stopped at least once over the photography of Gharabli Ahmad. The East Jerusalem-based Agence France-Presse photojournalist has developed a distinctive style during his years of documenting life in Israel and the Palestinian territories, much of his work conveying the conflict from the Palestinian perspective. It's a subject that normally invites clichés, but which he gives new life by finding someone standing out in a crowd, a meaningful glance at the camera, a moment of unscripted candor amid the usual routines of the conflict. Collected here are 25 of his photos from the last few years, much of it from Jerusalem. They show the conflict, normal daily life, and the vast grey area in between. In keeping with the nature of life on Israel-Palestine's front lines, the conflict and non-conflict photos are intermixed.