Days of Palestine, Gaza Strip –Standing for long hours at the gate of the Rafah Crossing under direct sun heat waiting for the Egyptian Authorities to get the permission from the Israeli occupation in order to open the allow for the Palestinians to pass is a very difficult experience. But when you look around yourself and see parents carrying or standing beside little boys with very critical health conditions or serious wounds, you feel the volume of pain the people in an urgent need to travel are experiencing. The Israeli war on the Gaza Strip left more than 2,160 Palestinian citizens dead and more than 11,000 wounded –almost two thirds of them are civilians. More than 560 of the dead and around 4,000 of the wounded are children. Here you can recognise the lost childhood in Gaza.
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