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No sleep in Stockholm

Mohammed Omer, winner of the 2008 Martha Gellhorn prize, talks to Menassat in Stockholm. The biggest problem for the Rafah resident in the Swedish capital? He can't sleep, it's too quiet. No bombs,
"It's strange. I can hardly sleep here. Where I come from, quietness represents the calm before the storm. Whenever Israel attacks Gaza there is usually a day of calm right before they bomb." link