Carol speaks with 16-year old Gaza resident, Farah Baker, who describes the terror she lives with on a daily basis. A survivor of three wars, Farah says, "This is the first war for me to feel unsafe because in the past two wars I was sure that I won’t be bombed because I'm an innocent civilian...so I, all the time feel unsafe because I can be bombed any moment."
Questioned further, Farah shares more about her daily life, "Actually the power is cut off most of the time and that night the only light we could see was the flares, and the only sound we could hear was ambulances, fire engines, F-16s, rockets falling – they were falling, they were falling like heavy rain of January. That was the most awful night. I was kind of sure that I would die."
Note: Carol will have an Israeli civilian on later in the program to discuss daily life in Israel.