Om livet i Gaza får vi veta mycket lite. Vi kan åtminstone försöka ta till oss insikten om hur döden ter sig i det som ska bli vardag. Känna efter hur Talal Nasr - också han människa - har det:
Hours after the Israeli military pulled out of the town of Beit Hanoun yesterday morning, Talal Nasr was at the cemetery to search for a spot to bury the body of his 13-year-old daughter. It was the first time for six days that any of the town's residents had been allowed out of their homes, the duration of Israel's biggest military operation in the Gaza Strip for months. The streets quickly filled and many headed out to mourn and bury their dead. The cemetery at Beit Hanoun is small and overcrowded, and it took Mr Nasr three hours to find a space for his daughter Wala'a, the victim of an Israeli sniper's bullet to the forehead.