Hundreds of thousands of children shell-shocked after the war in Gaza ~ Robert Tait, Gaza City, The Telegraph, 28 Jan 2015.
More than 370,000 children have been left shell-shocked by last year’s Israeli attack on Gaza.
Sayed Bakr lived through a deadly missile bombardment in the darkest days of the war in Gaza.
But posing underneath a portrait of his closest brother, Mohammed, who he lost in that attack, proved too much. After volunteering to stand with the picture, the 12-year-old broke down and called for his mother.
Sayed and his friends were the target of one of the most harrowing episodes of last summer’s war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. While playing football on the beach, they came under fire…
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