My small city, which has become sad and dark, has taught me something new. It, like Gaza as a whole, needs not only its infrastructure rehabilitated, but also its men, women and children
Mohammed Azaiza is a resident of Gaza and a field worker for Gisha – Legal Center for Freedom of Movement.
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A technical problem stopped the generator, and the children’s respirators started to work on batteries. But after 15 minutes the batteries ran out
My children are Yusuf, six, and Karim, five. I don’t know exactly why, perhaps because of the bitter cold or because of the growing tension at home since the electricity shortage began, but they have wet their beds a number of times.