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Farah Baker is a Palestinian woman living in the Gaza Strip, who became popular while live-Tweeting the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict. As of July 2018, Baker is 20 years old. She describes herself as the Anne Frank of today. Her Tweets became a social network phenomenon, and Baker's following on Twitter jumped from 800 to 166,000 in a few days.
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