Jamal Dababish, a 49-year-old Gaza City resident, stands atop the rubble of his apartment building in the Sheik Radwan neighborhood. After the building was leveled by an Israeli airstrike on Jan. 9, destroying Dababish's home and the supermarket he owned with his family, Hamas officials gave him just $500 in compensation.
Jamal Dababish, a 49-year-old Gaza City resident, stands atop the rubble of his apartment building in the Sheik Radwan neighborhood. After the building was leveled by an Israeli airstrike on Jan. 9, destroying Dababish's home and the supermarket he owned with his family, Hamas officials gave him just $500 in compensation. Shashank Bengali/MCT
Jamal Dababish, a 49-year-old Gaza City resident, stands atop the rubble of his apartment building in the Sheik Radwan neighborhood. After the building was leveled by an Israeli airstrike on Jan. 9, destroying Dababish's home and the supermarket he owned with his family, Hamas officials gave him just $500 in compensation. Shashank Bengali/MCT

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