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Animators with passion bring humor to digital content in Gaza

Three young Palestinians are determined to create socially relevant and sometimes-humorous digital content in Gaza despite some obstacles.
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GAZA STRIP, Gaza — Amid economic difficulties, high rates of unemployment and a general sense of pessimism in Gaza, three young Gazans have created a startup digital content company to help tackle Palestinian problems with a sense of humor and optimism.

A shared sense of humor and a passion for cartoons and animation led three young men in Gaza City to found “Barem,” a short-lived satirical magazine. In colloquial Arabic, “barem” means “to talk about specific issues.”

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