VERY WHERE HER HUSBAND WAS FOUND. DEBT. ANNIE BERGERON-OLIVER CTV NEWS, OTTAWA. A CALGARY MAN WHO HAS BEEN STUCK IN GAZA HAS FINALLY MADE IT HOME. HIS FLIGHT JUST TOUCHED DOWN LATE THIS AFTERNOON. >> OUR ALESIA FIELDBERG JOINS US FROM CALGARY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TONIGHT. ALICIA. HE WAS REUNITED WITH HIS FAMILY
AFTER MORE THAN A MONTH. OF COURSE. >> YEAH, TARA, IT WAS AN EMOTIONAL REUNION AFTER BEING STUCK IN GAZA FOR 35 DAYS UNDER HEAVY BOMBING TOM OR A BLUE HAS CIERRA FINALLY GOT TO SEE HIS FAMILY AGAIN. HIS KIDS WERE GREAT. WE’RE HERE AT YYC THIS AFTERNOON. BIG GRIPPED HIM
TIGHTLY IN A TEARFUL HUG JUST A FEW DAYS AFTER THE CALGARIAN ARRIVED IN GAZA TO VISIT HIS PARENTS AND SIBLING. THE WAR BROKE OUT BETWEEN ISRAEL AND HAMAS. IT WAS ACTUALLY THE FIRST TIME IN 7 YEARS THAT HE HAD RETURNED TO GAZA AND HE MADE THE TRIP PRIMARILY BECAUSE
HIS MOTHER IS SICK. THE 43 YEAR-OLD SAID THAT THEY CONSTANTLY HEAR THAT THEY WOULD BE KILLED BY BOMBS. AND HIS FRIENDS SAY THAT DOZENS OF HIS EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE BEEN KILLED SINCE THAT WAR BEGAN IN OCTOBER THIS SAID THAT HE HAD SEVERAL CLOSE CALLS HIMSELF, INCLUDING WHEN BOMBS
HIDDEN NEIGHBOUR’S HOME AND A BAKERY WHILE HE WAS OUTSIDE IN LINE WAITING TO BUY TUESDAY SARAH WAS FINALLY ABLE TO ESCAPE THROUGH THE RAFAH BORDER IN EGYPT TODAY, 367 CANADIANS PERMANENT RESIDENTS AND THEIR ELIGIBLE FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE ESCAPED THAT WAY. WHEN THIS YEAR DID ARRIVE, THEY ASKED WHERE HIS MOTHER WAS, BUT IT
WASN’T COMMUNICATED THAT HE COULD ACTUALLY BRING HIS PARENTS. SO NOW THEY’RE TRYING TO GET HIS PARENTS ACROSS. >> SAFETY HERE. BUT WHAT ABOUT MY FAMILY IS NOT SAFETY. NO ONE IS NOT SIFTING. GOES TO. >> THAT IS SO GOOD RIGHT NOW AND HAPPY. BUT ALSO WE DON’T HAVE TO FORGET ABOUT OUR
FAMILIES THERE. AND THE CEASEFIRE IS THAT HAPPENING. AND NO ONE BUILDING. I KNOW THERE’S A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT IT, BUT WE NEED TO HOLD. I HEAR. SO HAVE PM LIFE. I JUST MISS HIM A LOT. >> THOUGH HE’S HAPPY TO BE HOME, HE CANNOT SHAKE THE
DEATHS IN THE DEVASTATION THAT HE WITNESSED. HE WORRIES FOR HIS FAMIL
A Calgary man who has been stuck in Gaza finally made it home Thursday, reuniting with his family after more than a month of horror.
Tamer Abu Hassira was able to hug his wife and children again, after they greeted him at Calgary International Airport Thursday.
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