The term “WCNSF”, short for “Wounded Child, No Surviving Family”, originated in Gaza. It is used to depict the distressing scenario where a child, having suffered injuries, is left with no family members alive. This phrase came into existence during the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, symbolizing the unfortunate conditions many children in the area are subjected to. As Jordan’s Queen Rania pointed out, it’s a term that ideally should not exist, yet it does in Gaza. The usage of “WCNSF” highlights the intense nature and human toll of the conflict.
Piers Morgan Uncensored is joined by physician, author and trauma expert Dr. Gabor Maté to discuss the ongoing dispute and conflict in Gaza between Israel, Hamas and Palestine.