Mkhaimar Abusada

al-Azhar University

Political science professor at al-Azhar University in Gaza City

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Sadly, the death of four boys in Gaza is just one of too many tragic stories that continue to emerge from the hostilities between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

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No Israelis have been killed by rockets from Gaza, while the Palestinian death toll from retaliatory strikes is almost 100.

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