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“I was thirteen when we had to flee our home,we heard our neighbors scream but we couldn't help them,my father told me not to look back,we kept running till our legs couldn't carry us anymore and our neighbors voices vanished, I’m sure they are long gone but when its late at night I could swear I hear their cries."
Um Ahmad,78 years old, 1st generation refugee.
Home town : Ba'er Shebaa,Naqab. current city : Eastern Gaza Strip,Al Zaitoun
From Ouyon Lajeaa , The Arab diaspora.
“When the war started my grandparents fled their home back in Be’er Sheva seeking shelter in Gaza city,by the time they arrived here they realized that none of their family members managed to leave on time so they built a tent on the border line hoping to be reunited with their family,that never happened and they spent their life waiting,now that they are gone I can’t leave the tent.”
Azhar,37 years old
3rd generation refugee.
Home town : Be’er Sheba,Naqab.
Current location: Gaza strip, Al Zaitoun.
Ammna,13, is the first member in her family who managed to attend school after the family’s displacement in 1948. Her school consists of two class rooms and two part time teachers. Kids between the ages of 6 and 10 go to one class together and the older ones go to the other classroom.
Fourth generation refugee.
Home town : Ba'er Shebaa,Naqab.
current city : Eastern Gaza Strip,Al Zaitoun
“I didn't use a (Mergaba=mirror) for years, never bothered to look at one, since the day I married my wife she checked my outfit everyday, told me if I look good or not, I trusted her eyes more than mine" (Chuckles), after she passed away I started using her mirror, it’s not the same .. I miss her”
Haj Abu Salem, 75, First generation refugee.
Current location: Eastern Gaza strip.