Palestinian interpreter Emad Falah makes tea in his Gaza City apartment while his four boys watch. The boys haven't left their apartment since the Israeli military started bombing the Gaza Strip last Saturday.
Palestinian interpreter Emad Falah makes tea in his Gaza City apartment while his four boys watch. The boys haven't left their apartment since the Israeli military started bombing the Gaza Strip last Saturday. Ahmed Abu Hamda / MCT
Palestinian interpreter Emad Falah makes tea in his Gaza City apartment while his four boys watch. The boys haven't left their apartment since the Israeli military started bombing the Gaza Strip last Saturday. Ahmed Abu Hamda / MCT

With nowhere safe, Gazans hunker down inside their homes

January 02, 2009 5:31 PM

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