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ei: In Gaza, a "ranch" turned to rubble

ei: In Gaza, a "ranch" turned to rubble: "'There is nothing left for us to live for -- the house was lost and the furniture destroyed,' lamented Suad Muhammad Abed Rabu, a 53-year-old mother sitting in front of a fire stove in a still intact room of her badly damaged home. 'We prefer to die in our demolished house rather than live life as outcasts,' she said. 'Since we were born we have been suffering. Since 1948 we have moved from one refuge to another and from one war to another. All, including Arabs and Europeans, are conspiring against us, they don't want us to live.'"


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