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Gaza’s ‘only Iranian’ wants to go home

By AFP
12 December 2020   |   11:13 am
There is only one known Iranian in Gaza -- an ageing former bodyguard to longtime Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat who dreams only of returning home, but finds himself stuck in the enclave.

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