Gaza diary of life in a warzone – as Brit civil servant reveals terror of being trapped

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By Patrick Hill British civil servant Mohammed Ghalayini, 44, lives and works in Manchester as an atmospheric scientist on air quality policy for the UK government. He has been trapped in Gaza since last month, while visiting family there, and has now penned a heart-wrenching diary for the Sunday Mirror detailing life on the ground there. Monday October 30: At my aunt’s in the south of the Gaza strip there are a few precious fragments of ‘normality’. Solar panels provide some electricity, the internet works and there is water in the roof tanks. But there are also 30 extra people sheltering the…

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