Al Jazeera Net correspondents
Gaza- I lived through Umm al-Baraa, Umm Asaad, and crowds of displaced people in the north Gaza strip Towards its south, the majority of whom were women and children, there were horrific scenes of bodies and body parts scattered on both sides of Salah al-Din Street, the main and only street that the occupation army designated as a path for the displaced, after it closed the coastal Rashid Street, in the context of its ground operation that began on Tuesday of last week.
The two displaced women narrated to Al Jazeera Net, and they appeared extremely exhausted as they settled in one of the shelter centers in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, painful details and horrific scenes that the displaced people go through during the “journey of torment” from the north of the Gaza Strip to its south, and they showed great affect that will remain stuck in their memories, and they They talk about corpses being mauled by dogs, torn body parts, and dead and rotting animals along the road extending from the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in southeastern Gaza City to Al-Shuhada Junction.
The occupation army forces the displaced people to travel a distance of approximately 10 kilometers, on foot, to bypass the “Martyrs’ Junction,” where Israeli tanks and military vehicles are stationed, to reach beyond the Gaza Valley, on their way to the cities and camps in the southern Gaza Strip, whose homes and shelter centers are crowded with hundreds of people. Thousands of displaced people in Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip.