It is an open air-prison ~ both physically and psychologically
Ayman QWAIDER – 1-03-2012
Walking along the narrow roads of the Palestinian refugee camps in the Gaza Strip, you hear people continually discuss politics. Of course, living in a military occupation the connection between politics and daily life is ever-present. The daily reality in Gaza is experiencing a dramatic change day-to-day. In another words, it is an environment where security does not exist. In Gaza, insecurity has become integral aspect of people daily life. People often talk about the inescapability of violence and wars and the symptoms of their suffering. Gaza is an open-air prison with physical and psychological negative impact on the entire young nation of 1.7 million people mostly women and children.
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