I have worked in the world’s most dangerous combat zones. Never have I felt as unsafe as I did in Gaza | Amy Neilson

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The Israeli drones hold a particular kind of terror. When they get louder, you know they are close. Are they armed? When there are several, the Palestinians explain they are performing reconnaissance. When they then fly away, you would expect to feel relief. But no, the silence is louder. Palestinian colleagues say the drones have completed their surveillance and will return with munitions.It is almost two weeks since I left Rafah. For the latter half of April, I lived in West Rafah as part of a team of medics with the German organisation Cadus, providing emergency and generalist medical…

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