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Disabled athletes compete in Gaza sports contest

the Rachel Corrie sports initiative hosted its 5th sporting event this year

Disabled Palestinians compete in table tennis at an event run by the Rachel Corrie Initiative in Gaza on the 11th December 2018 [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor]Disabled Palestinians compete in table tennis at an event run by the Rachel Corrie Initiative in Gaza on the 11th December 2018 [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor]Disabled Palestinians compete in table tennis at an event run by the Rachel Corrie Initiative in Gaza on the 11th December 2018 [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor]Disabled Palestinians compete in table tennis at an event run by the Rachel Corrie Initiative in Gaza on the 11th December 2018 [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor]Disabled Palestinians compete in table tennis at an event run by the Rachel Corrie Initiative in Gaza on the 11th December 2018 [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor]

The Rachel Corrie Gaza Sport Initiative was held for the fifth time this year for Palestinians with special needs in the besieged Gaza Strip.

The table tennis tournament held today was attended by nearly 50 players – both male and female – from a range of clubs.

The majority of the players had been injured by Israeli occupation forces.

The Rachel Corrie Gaza Sport Initiative is an annual project, consisting of the Rachel Corrie Ramadan Football Tournaments and the Rachel Corrie Tournament for Athletes with Disabilities.

The Tournament for Athletes with Disabilities helps connect those with disabilities to the broader Palestinian society, affirms the place of the disabled in Gaza, and provides an avenue of accomplishment and fun in the sphere of athletics.

 

This News first appeared on Middle East Monitor, and can be accessed here

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