Fears remain after Gaza war

Al Jazeera revisits a Palestinian family one year after Israel's assault.

    One year after the start of Israel's war on Gaza, Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros revisits a family she met during the assault.

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    Rima Abid, the mother, says that even though the bombings have stopped, reminders of the war are still present in the family's daily life.

    Her children are afraid to sleep alone, fearing there might be another attack.

    Together with other mothers, Rima has started a group for kids with side effects from the war.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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