Gaza under siege
Ramzi Abu Ouaimer and Farida Hasanova, refugees from Gaza
As many as 90,000 residents have reportedly fled the Gaza Strip since Israel launched its campaign against Hamas in December. But the figure represents only a small part of Gaza's 1.5 million population, who remained under heavy shelling and fire. Thirteen hundred people lost their lives during the conflict. Those that survived are living in the ruins of the destroyed city. Our guests in the studio to tell us about everyday life in the aftermath of war are Ramzi Abu Ouaimer and Farida Hasanova.