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UN: Living conditions in Gaza have become “unbearable”
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: The United Nations said that “forced displacement forced thousands of Palestinians to leave the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip and reside in temporary shelters among the rubble and on the beach.”
The United Nations explained, in A post on its account on the “X” platform, today, Friday, “Once again, forced displacement is pushing the people of Gaza to search for safety,” according to the Palestinian News Agency “Wafa.” The United Nations also attached photos showing Palestinian families moving their belongings during displacement, and others setting up tents on the beach. “Thousands are taking refuge in UNRWA schools… and government buildings,” the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said, adding that others “have already started returning due to lack of space in other areas,” while UNRWA also reiterated its warnings that living conditions were “unbearable” due to mountains of waste and garbage piling up along roads and near temporary shelters. UNRWA noted that an estimated 85,000 people had left the Shujaiya area east of Gaza City in the northern Gaza Strip over the past week, while the latest figures indicate that by Tuesday, at least 66,700 more people had been displaced from eastern Khan Younis and Rafah in the south, following new evacuation orders issued on last Monday.


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