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A Letter from Gaza

In a harrowing dispatch from Gaza, Palestinian human rights activist and Gaza City resident Raji Sourani gives an account of daily life amid Israeli air strikes that are killing entire families. Despite it all, Palestinians in Gaza are clinging to hope.

Palestinians survey the damage to a residential building following an Israeli airstrike in a refugee camp west of Khan Younis, southern Gaza, on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024. (Photo by Ahmad Salem / Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Once again, I found myself being rescued from a destroyed house. The first time this happened was when a bomb struck my family home in Tel al Hawa, a middle-class neighbourhood in Gaza City. I was with my wife Amal and my adult son. In response to the nearby bombings that were violently shaking our […]

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