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“Her life consists of painkillers” – The war-torn Gaza children

“We were awakened on October 17 by the sound of bombing and discovered that we were buried beneath debris. Fatima was sitting on my lap, but she was able to move away. “I noticed that she had both of her legs crushed when I got up to help her,” the woman says in a BBC interview that was recorded in Gaza by freelance journalists.

It was necessary to amputate Fatima’s legs below the knees.

Fatima is crying and seems to be in pain while sitting in her mother’s lap at the European Hospital in southern Gaza. Her legs are covered in white bandages.

Nehad and her spouse attempted to conceive for a period of fourteen years. Fatima was subsequently born.

“My sincere gratitude”


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