Al Jazeera Net correspondents
Gaza- On the hospital bed, with traces of blood still on his face, Gazan citizen Khaled Salah speaks in a tired voice about the moments when his family home was subjected to an Israeli bombing, from which even able-bodied people could hardly survive. How could the disabled survive? He suffers from a mobility disability that forces him to use a wheelchair.
Salah spoke to Al Jazeera Net about before and after the moment of the sudden bombing, where he was sitting with his family when the missiles rained down on his house, and his relatives took him to the hospital, while a number of his brothers and parents remained stuck under the rubble, without knowing their fate.
When asked why his house was bombed without any warning, he answered himself by repeating the word “criminalism, only criminality, only criminality without mercy.”
Dr. Marwan Al-Hams, Director of Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in the southern city of Rafah, commented Gaza stripWhile examining Salah’s injury, he stated that the Israeli bombing does not differentiate between healthy, disabled, and needy people.
He spoke about Salah’s condition: “He cannot move at all, and he also complains of a fracture in his shoulder and an injury to his head,” explaining that this condition is considered a violation of international laws.