Friday, 27 July 2018

Teenaged girl shot by Israeli soldiers to walk again



By Hikmet Faruk Baser

ISTANBUL

A Palestinian teenage girl, who was shot by Israeli soldiers during anti-occupation rallies on Gaza Strip, will be able to walk again, her doctor said.

Meryem Abu-Matar, 16, who lives in Gaza’s Rafah city, was brought to Istanbul for medical treatment.


Since March, Abu-Matar has been through 42 phases of surgery, the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) said on Thursday.


The girl can now walk with the support of a walker. Full Story HERE.

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