New Nakba as Hundreds of Thousands Flee Attacks; Israel Army Forced 550,000 to Flee

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By committing horrendous war crimes Israeli army forced 550,000 Palestinians to flee in northern Gaza’s Jabalia and southern Rafah as Israeli military incursions intensify against Palestinian armed groups.

At least 82 Palestinians have been killed in the past 24 hours, the highest death toll in a single day in many weeks, during relentless Israeli air attacks.

Reports indicate that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) launched extensive military operations, targeting various regions across Gaza and the West Bank. The airstrikes and artillery bombardments have resulted in widespread destruction, leaving civilians in a state of utter despair.

Eyewitnesses recount harrowing scenes of chaos and devastation as families scramble to escape the violence. Many have sought refuge in makeshift shelters, while others have been forced to flee to neighboring countries in search of safety.

The scale of displacement is staggering, with an estimated 550,000 Palestinians now displaced from their homes, according to humanitarian organizations on the ground. The sheer magnitude of this crisis has overwhelmed relief efforts, exacerbating an already dire humanitarian situation.

Amid the exodus, international condemnation of Israel’s actions has been swift. Calls for an immediate ceasefire and peaceful resolution to the conflict have echoed across the global stage, as world leaders express grave concern over the escalating violence and its devastating impact on civilian lives.

As the conflict rages on, the specter of the Nakba looms large, serving as a stark reminder of the ongoing plight of the Palestinian people and the urgent need for a just and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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