In Pictures: 'I miss my games and red dress'

Gaza's children talk about the loss of the places in which they once felt safe, their small universes - their bedrooms.

| | War & Conflict, Humanitarian crises, Gaza, Middle East, Palestine

More than 108,000 Palestinians lost their homes during the latest Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip, dubbed Operation Protective Edge, with more than 60,000 housing units destroyed or damaged, forcing one in four Palestinians in Gaza to flee.

Around 110,000 people are still displaced. And the majority of them are children.

Their bedrooms were their safe place, their small universe, but that was destroyed this summer. According to the UN, it will take 20 years to rebuild the parts of Gaza that were damaged.

A simple question was asked of some children: What do you miss most from your room?.

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