I took some pictures too, but they mostly look like ice cream, so I won't waste your time with them.
Before the eclipse started:
And then the Earth's shadow gradually ate the moon:
As the shadow extended across the moon, the whole moon became a dusky red, as if seen through dirty red sunglasses. Because the human eye adjusts in ways even a clever camera does not, the bright edge of the moon still looks white, even though to the eye, the whole moon was covered by the shadow of the earth. You can see stars to the right of the moon, which shows how dark the moon really was.
It was a clear night for the Middle East, but the next picture shows how much suspended dust there is in the atmosphere, as the red light rays bounce off the dust particles. The face of the moon was completely shadowed at this point, although it still looks like part is illuminated.
Watching the eclipse was remarkably and unexpectedly moving.