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A few days ago, a dear friend of mine, Jen Marlowe, called me to ask if I could help with something. She had gotten to know a family, the Abu Kash family, in her recent visit to Gaza, and had found out that their 6 year-old son, Abdallah, is in serious need of medical care. He’s been diagnosed with bronciectasis, a rare lung & chest disease, and one that the hospitals in Gaza do not have the capacity to deal with.
With testing and proper treatment, Abdallah should be able to live a relatively normal life. Without it, the disease can be fatal.
So: He’s been given permission to get treatment inside of Israel, but his family doesn’t have the money to pay for his transport to and from Tel Aviv, let alone for the testing and treatment. His father used to be a farmer, but after sewage was redirected to Wadi Gaza and flooded…
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