A Childhood Measured in Wars

A childhood measured in wars Living through a war is an experience I don’t wish on my worst enemies. It’s one of the most excruciating experiences a person could have, and I first had mine when I was 10 years old. It was 2006 when Fatah and Hamas fought for control of Gaza. I find [&hellip

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I apologize for being alive

I feared I wouldn’t be able to go back to my former life after the war ended, but I did. It felt so awkward. Everything was normal and people were acting as usual. How did I go back to my life, loaded with the guilt of being alive, of breathing? I apologize for being alive. [&hellip

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