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Israel's intensive strike on Gaza earlier this year, left many residents in need of urgent medical treatment - treatment that simply is not available in the Gaza Strip.
Many attempt to leave, journeying to the Erez crossing in the hope of making their way to Jerusalem for treatment.
However, recent data collected by the group Physicians for Human Rights - Israel, alleges that Israeli security forces are denying Gazans urgent medical care unless they agree to become collaborators.
Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
Dr Nafiz Abu Shabaan is the head of the burns unit at Shifa Hospital.
During the war, Dr Abu Shabaan spoke to Al Jazeera about the daily horrors he witnessed.
Many of his patients died from injuries that may not have been fatal under normal circumstances. But the Gaza Strip is anything but normal.
Four months on, we spent a day with Dr Abu Shabaan who showed us a typical day in the life of a doctor in Gaza.
The Pope's visit to the Holy Land will be bittersweet for Gaza's tiny Catholic community.
The estimated 2,500 members of the Christian faith who live among the nearly 1.5 million Palestinian Muslims, are disappointed that the Pope is not visiting their impoverished coastal strip.
Casey Kauffman met the Anton family who told us what it really means to be Catholic in Gaza.
Source: Al Jazeera