Gazan girl sells coffee and tea to support her displaced family

Nuseirat (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) – Walking up and down the shore near central Gaza’s crowded Nuseirat camp, 17-year-old Sojood Al-Harazin is selling tea and coffee to support her family. Originally from Gaza City, she was forced south by the conflict ravaging the territory. The war was triggered by Hamas’s unprecedented October 7 attack on Israel that resulted in the deaths of 1,194 people, according to an AFP tally. The militants also seized 251 hostages. Israel’s retaliatory offensive has killed at least 37,300 people in Gaza, says the Hamas-run health ministry.


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