The parents of Gentile children with terminal cancer are among those who are being denied travel permits by the Jewish apartheid Israel regime. Miral Abu Amsha, a little 10-year-old girl suffering from leukemia, is undergoing chemotherapy in a Nablus hospital by herself. And she’s not the only child in that situation.
By Gideon Levy and Alex Levac: The look on Miral’s face says it all: the anguished features of a little girl, a study in pain. There are balloons in the room, dolls on the bed, and a grandmother by her side – but Miral’s face bespeaks suffering. Occasionally, she is on the brink of tears, but holds back in order not to cry in front of strangers. But at some point, she can no longer contain herself and begins to weep. She’s sitting on the bed, the chemo tube attached to her arm, dripping the liquid directly into her vein.
'A portrait of the essence of Jewish Israeli evil.'