Vittoro Arrigoni: restiamo umani

Our friend Hani has told us that Vittorio Arrigoni used to like to come to this cemetery on his own, and he would spend time here and meditate and talk to the dead soldiers. (This is a 1st WW cemetery.) Here is a video of Vittoro at the cemetery. We visited the cemetery, a beautiful place to spend some moments. A few children were playing there.

Here in Gaza Vittorio is a hero. Tonight we met an eight year old girl who knew Vittorio (he worked with her father and he was a great friend of hers). The murals below are right beside the building, Abu Galioon, where the flat is that we are renting. Steph finds out later that Vittorio had in fact also stayed in this building!

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