Economic crisis forces Gaza man to give up his two lions
A man in Gaza has reluctantly decided to part with his two lions because of the territory's dire economic situation.
The animals' owner Nasim is also putting them up for sale because the big cats have became dangerous and hard to keep on the roof of his building.
The economic situation in Gaza, which recently emerged from a brief but intense conflict with Israel, is dire.
Nasim called the Animal League to adopt the two lions and offer them a better life.