Al Jazeera Net correspondents
Gaza- “We are not forced to set up the tent and sit in it,” said Abeer Nasr, about how she and her family were forced to flee several times over short periods of time from the city of Khan Yunis, south of Gaza strip to Rafah Far south.
Nasr says, “They opened fire on us in the Mawasi area of Khan Yunis without any prior warning. “There were people who died and were martyred in front of us… In the middle of the night, we went out with our children and children under bombardment, in an atmosphere full of cold and winter.”
Her brother, Ali Nasr, expressed to Al Jazeera Net his suffering in the fifth exodus, saying, “They attacked us in the middle of the night. We did not know where to go. They stabbed the young men and took the children out injured, and no one was spared the brutality of their bombing.”
He added in an angry tone, “Every time they asked us to go to a safe place, they described Al-Mawasi as safe, and unfortunately they betrayed us. We reached Rafah on foot and died from the cold. We wanted the world to feel for us. We wanted the world to find a solution for us. We were bored.”
At the beginning of its aggression last October, the Israeli occupation forces ordered residents of Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip to evacuate their homes and migrate to areas south of Gaza. Wadi Gaza In the central regions of the Gaza Strip, then to Khan Yunis and Rafah in the south, and the displaced people poured in after the bombing of shelter centers in these cities with high intensity, until all areas of the south became crowded with displaced people.
When the occupation issued its new instructions, the displaced people in the city of Khan Yunis and its original residents were forced, under bombardment and artillery, to evacuate and flee to the Rafah Governorate, in the far south of the Gaza Strip, near the border with Egypt, but this city cannot accommodate more than a million displaced people who arrived.
Tens of thousands of displaced people who took refuge in the areas west of Khan Yunis fled to the city of Rafah at dawn on Tuesday, and some of them were forced to be displaced for the fourth or fifth time in less than two months, after the Israeli occupation army expanded its aggression to include all areas of the Gaza Strip, where most of its population of 2.3 One million people are homeless.