Palestinians in Rafah left with ‘nowhere to go’ following Israeli bombardment

Rafah (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) – “We don’t know where to go” says Mohammad al-Jarrah, a Palestinian who has found himself in the city of Rafah, southern Gaza, after being displaced first from Gaza City and then from Khan Yunis by Israeli forces operating in the territory. Al-Jarrah, like more than a million displaced Palestinians in Rafah, fears an Israeli push following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saying that he has told troops to “prepare to operate” in the city, which has come under increasingly intense aerial bombardment in recent days.


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