‘He’s all that’s left’: Gaza father grasps infant son after Israeli air strike wipes out family

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘He’s all that’s left’: Gaza father grasps infant son after Israeli air strike wipes out family” – below is their description.

    There are few signs of violence abating, more than a week since fighting broke out between the Israeli army and Palestinian militant groups, despite international calls for an end to the conflict. In what has been some of the fiercest hostilities seen in the region for years, Israeli air strikes on May 15, 2021, levelled a building that wiped out nearly the entire family of Mohammad al-Hadidi. His five-month-old son was the sole survivor in the building, but his wife and four other sons died in the attack in Al-Shati, also known as Beach camp, a Palestinian refugee camp in northern Gaza.

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