Children make up 51% of Gaza's population, so when Palestine is attacked, children are attacked. But the devastation doesn't always take the form of rocket blasts or gunshots. Policies managing even the most basic aspects of life are the daily norm for people in Gaza – including, at times, the strict rationing of food.
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Sources: International Rescue Committee, Global Voices, AP