Mobile masseuse relieves Gaza pain

Following war that left thousands wounded, Ramadan Jaradah's service is proving popular.

    Israel's war on Gaza last year left hundreds, if not thousands of people, injured and disabled.
    But in a place where access to treatment can be difficult, one man's mobile massage service is proving popular among the region's men.
    Al Jazeera's Casey Kaufmann followed him on his rounds.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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