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While scrolling through social media, Nadia Ayoub searches for images of 18-year-old Mohamed Raed Abu Hussain.
As I zoom into these horrible graphic pictures, I look for him in the background, is he somewhere? Is he on the run? I’m just looking for any clue that will lead to him,” she says.
He wears large black glasses and is missing a leg, making him instantly recognizable.
In 2018, he spent five months receiving medical treatment in Dearborn, Michigan, with Nadia and her husband Mike. He received a prosthetic leg from a local facility.
Mike describes him as the cutest, sweetest little kid ever. He will always be my son to me.”
His family kept in touch after he returned to Gaza, and last week the Ayoubs – who are Lebanese Muslims – received a WhatsApp message in which he said he was heading to the Jabalia refugee camp in the north.
He wrote, “Don’t worry about me.”. Since then, nothing has happened.
A crisp autumn day saw the couple fundraise for Gaza civilians at an outdoor food truck market.
As a result of Hamas’ attacks on October 7, they are angry with President Joe Biden’s support for Israel’s actions in Gaza.
The US vetoed a UN ceasefire call, making matters worse for them.