Parents of disabled children and other young children have to choose who to take to the shelter first..
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For disabled people and their families, war is like moving through several layers of hell.Mel Mahler, 50, from Vermont, suffers from multiple sclerosis. She, her husband, and her adult and teenage sons live together in Moshav Shokeda, near Gaza. Her daughter is in the army. She describes what it’s like to be physically housebound with no shelter.