Wounded by Israeli Mines, Khalial Halwah has to Stay at Home

Mohammed Khalial Halwah was hit by an explosion from Israeli mines and struggles to live in limited conditions. His arms and legs were seriously injured as a result of the explosion. He cannot make a living for his family.

Mohammed Khalial Halwah with his wife and two children.
Mohammed Khalial Halwah with his wife and two children. ( ACTNews)

ACTNews, GAZA – The attacks carried out by the Israeli army caused deep wounds mentally and physically for Palestinians. The survivors of the Israeli attacks are sometimes seriously injured and need ongoing treatments. 

One of them is Mohammed Khalial Halwah, a 21-year-old man who lives in Gaza. Khalial was hit by an explosion from an Israeli mine and struggles to live in limited conditions. His arms and legs were seriously injured as a result of the explosion. It costs money for the treatments.

He cannot make a living for his wife and two children due to serious injuries. He and his family can only hope generous people will help him deal with the difficult living conditions in Gaza.

Said Mukaffiy from ACT’s Global Humanity Response explained that Aksi Cepat continued to help the Palestinian people in need. However, to help Khalial’s family needs support from the benefactors.

“ACT connects Indonesian benefactors and Palestinian beneficiaries through various programs. One of the programs is Sister Family Palestine-Indonesia. This program aims to build a relation between Palestinian families in need with Indonesian families as donors. Hopefully, Indonesian donors are willing to help Khalial’s family. For more information, you can contact Aksi Cepat Tanggap or donate through Indonesia Dermawan website,” said Mukaffiy.[]