Boy injured in Gaza learns to walk again

Abdulrahman Nofal took his first steps with a prosthetic leg 6,000 miles from home.
2:02 | 09/06/18

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Story of hope and resilience from ablaze thousands of miles from home and talking about an eleven year old here he was injured during violence in the Middle East but now. This boy from Gaza is learning to walk again and Ohio. Charlie from our Cleveland station has the story. Play eight of them. He's more than 6000 miles from home. From his family his friends. His school and but fits. This little crew in an office in Kenton Ohio. Is where this eleven year old full. He's taking his first steps stand up there. And pushed down into it. Thousands of miles from home this is wary of food no hopeful we'll learn to walk again. It. Short steps the boot was playing soccer in his home to. Out of Gaza he was very playing with with his friends they were in Europe protest is saying there was a good move through shots. And a lot of but here gets one of them pierced his left flank. They ended up to and has laid off in the hospital they poem that he might get a chance to vote for the United States and get a press that it. All through the Palestine children's relief fund a charitable organization that runs entirely on donations. And ties Gaza and northeast Ohio in their 25 years they've brought 2000 injured kids here for help. And sent dozens of groups to help sick children overseas a Buddha admitted it solvent scary. But even while he's still adjusting to life 6000 miles away his message isn't one of fear pain or uncertainty. But of gratitude and Shaka and hope. Spelling gives to stay happy and though. Hopeful just as before it even if they're here they lost. Incredible story there from caramel lean and a blue we'll stay with us host family for a few months then head back to Gaza.

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