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since Gazans started protesting against Israeli policies last March over hundreds of lost limbs , in the past year of protests the World Health Organization says nearly seven thousand Gazans have suffered gunshot wounds mostly to the islands for the delay Qassim just one bullet meant giving up his dreams to be a photo journalist he says it struck one leg and then penetrated the other as he sat on the ground with friends as a rally the day the United States moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem several journalism requires a lot of movement but now I have no legs I must to something that is suitable for my life I will work in computer science from the bottom of the door twenty eighteen was a busy year for Gaza's artificial limbs sent to it gives them PT's a chance to learn how to adjust to the new situation UN investigators say Israel has used excessive force but Israel says it had no choice but to protect the border for militants and info traces , in the southern Gaza town of Khan Yunis brother insisted sue Abbott NASA ha each lost a leg two Israeli gunfire it's not hard to make money to support the family , medics at the center say patients will lead up to two years of treatment but for many protest as their injuries are life changing