Since the beginning of the Israeli invasion of Gaza, the people of the Strip have been living in very difficult conditions, after the war approximately two million Palestinian civilians were forced to leave their homes and flee to shelter centers in the central and southern Gaza Strip Due to which there is lack of health facilities.
Nour Ashour, a law student at Al-Azhar University in Gaza, said that seeing the martyrs from a window of her home was one of the most poignant scenes she had experienced since the beginning of the Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip, and she expressed her gratitude to the Israeli He was forced to leave his home after being targeted in the attack.
Nour told Al Jazeera Net about the difficult conditions she experienced, and what she witnessed from the beginning of the war until she left the northern Gaza Strip.
She said that the displacement journey into the southern areas of the Gaza Strip was very difficult, and this happened when the house where she lived with her family was bombed, causing the walls of the house to collapse, and they could barely get out of the debris. Could come. ,
Nour said that displacement in southern Gaza is the only solution to escape Israeli bombardment and invasion of northern areas, knowing that it is very difficult for the displaced to wait for us in the centers.
“The days pass, and the war continues, and the pain increases day by day, and we are still suffering, because we lack the most basic necessities of life. The whole place has become a tent, and we We cook on firewood, and if we want to go down to buy food, we are shocked by the high prices,” says Noor.
The death toll from Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7 has risen to 27,708 martyred and more than 67,000 injured.