Psychologists increasingly think PTSD can be passed down – what does that mean for regions hit by conflict?

Saleem says he can still see the faces of the young men he shot. More than a decade after sniper duty in the Lebanon-Israel war of 2006, he still has nightmares.

“In this region we have a saying that a young man is like a rose …” He breaks off for a moment and then does not finish the sentence.

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