Gaza massacre: Helping kids to cope with disturbing graphic content


Lost childhood: Palestinian children look on as people search the rubble of a building destroyed by Israeli strikes on Nov 20 on Rafah, on the southern Gaza Strip. — AFP

EIGHT-year-old Adam Samer al-Ghoul was playing football on the street of the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank last Wednesday when he was suddenly hit by a bullet in the head.

Not too far down the road, 15-year-old Basel Suleiman Tawfiq Abu Al-Wafa was shot in the chest as other bullets showered him while he floundered in pain and agony on the ground.

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