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‏A Palestinian child traumatized after losing his eye by an Israeli sniper

Feb 07 2019

Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old - Gaza Strip
Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old - Gaza Strip
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Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar (12) is living a severe psychological shock after losing his right eye by an Israeli sniper's bullet during his participation in the Great Return March protests on 11 January.

‏When Mohammed learned about his eye, he locked himself up in his room and stopped going to school. He also hasn't played with his friends in his neighborhood since then.

Since Great March of Return protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have killed more than 250 Palestinians and wounded more than 25.000, including children, women, and elders, according to the Ministry of Health.

Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old - Gaza Strip
Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old -  Gaza Strip
Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old - Gaza Strip
Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old  - Gaza Strip
Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old- Gaza Strip
Palestinian child Mohammed Al-Najjar 12-year-old- Gaza Strip

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