*over-crowded living, Gaza City, Gaza Strip, Palestine
The above photo isn’t even in one of Gaza’s numerous refugee camps, invariably aptly described as “squalid, over-crowded, under-serviced (or not at all) hell-holes”–not reflecting their inhabitants but rather the impossible standard of living in the camps.
It is a district of Gaza City, families piled upon on another in cement buildings. The house I live in isn’t much different: blistering in summer and numbing in winter, no-frills all around, lucky to have water (albeit water stored in the massive water tanks ubiquitous throughout occupied Palestine), surrounded by other like-constructed concrete ovens.
When drones hover over homes, TVs go fuzzy and even cell communication is affected, not to mention the more obvious disruption of one’s psyche. They’re flying overhead quite a bit these days, along with the standard IOF warplane fly-overs.
The Zionists have been bombing Gaza the last few days, Israeli…
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