Palestinians left facing the odds alone after ceasefire

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by: Mohammed Omar

Families return to Beit Lahia in northern Gaza to pick up the pieces but find their homes almost completely destroyed

13-year-old Feras Abuelneen was wounded last week but now walks atop the rubble next to his former home (MEE / Mohammed Omer)

BEIT LAHIA, Gaza Strip – When Israel and Palestinian factions announced a 72-hour ceasefire, Umm Feras Abuelneen, 35, had few choices left open to her except to return to her apartment at al-Nada residential towers in Beit Lahia.

She expected little, but what met her eyes when she reached her home in the northern Gaza Strip was worse. The whole apartment was bombed and smashed. Dust and debris lay scattered everywhere, as if a hurricane had smashed straight into the center of it.

“They [Israel] bombed the hell out of our homes, with their Hellfire missiles, drones, tank-shells and gas…

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