Soccer star David Beckham removes his LA Galaxy jersey to reveal the new tattoo on his upper left chest depicting Jesus being helped out of his tomb by three cherubs, in Carson, Calif., on May 15. Splash News/Newscom
Victoria Beckham and her husband, soccer star David Beckham, both have Hebrew tattoos with words from Song of Solomon in the Bible: 'I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine, who browses among the lilies.' Newscom/Wenn.com/File
Actress Alyssa Milano has a rosary inked on her right shoulder blade, along with a sacred heart on her lower back, and Buddhist tattoos on her wrist and neck. Debbie VanStory/iPhoto.ca/Newscom/File; Inset: Mario Anzuoni/Splash News/Newscom/File
Actress Angelina Jolie has a Buddhist prayer tattooed on her back in Khmer, the native language of Cambodia, where she adopted her son Maddox. Herbert Boesl/Newscom
Singer Justin Timberlake, the son of a Baptist church choir director and grandson of a minister, has a large cross on his shoulder. Steve Dennett/Splash News/Newscom/File
Actress Drew Barrymore has a Gothic cross entwined with a rose vine on her right leg. Denis Poroy/Reuters/File; Inset: JDEVE/Queen/Newscom/File
Actress Vivica Fox has a tattoo of a cross on her right shoulder blade. Business Wire; Inset: Dave Proctor/iPhoto/Newscom/File
Television personality Nicole Richie has a tattoo of a rosary around her ankle. Peter Kramer/AP/File; Inset: John Pkl/Splash News/Newscom/File
Singer Katy Perry is the daughter of Christian pastors and has the word 'Jesus' tattooed on her wrist. DP/AAD/Starmaxinc.com/Newscom/File
Amid fear that Hamas had captured an Israeli soldier, the Israeli military sealed civilians in the Rafah area and began shelling on Aug. 1, 2014. The Israeli military confirmed that Rafah residents were barred from leaving the area, but declined comment on the war crime allegations.
ByKarin Laub and Ibrahim Barzak, Associated Press
The first of August dawned as a day of promise for the Mahmoum clan and thousands of other Palestinians stuck in United Nations shelters in Rafah — thanks to a temporary cease-fire with Israel they could go home for three days.