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Shelter Palestinian little girl sad memories: air strikes came, my home is gone…

Shelter Palestinian little girl sad memories: air strikes came, my home is gone...

The Palestinian people confronted the Israeli army

May 15, local time Israel and armed groups in the Gaza Strip Serious clashes entered its sixth day In the face of intense Israeli bombardment A large number of Palestinians Take refuge in a temporary shelter The little girl witnessed the bombing of her home had to hide in a temporary shelter

Israeli warplanes continued to carry out air strikes in the Gaza Strip, and large numbers of Palestinians fled in panic into schools run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East in search of asylum.

“After the air strike, we ran out of the house, the house was blown up in the air strike, and then we fled to the school,” Amena recalls. We were told that the smoke from the bomb was poisonous, and I didn’t know exactly what the toxic substance was, only that the smoke after the explosion was very heavy. My family told me to run to school because I didn’t know what was going to happen…”

Amena (pictured right)

“F-16 fighter jets attacked us all night,” said Nabil, a local resident. The shells came from land and air strikes, and in just 10 minutes we were all destroyed here. ”

In addition to air strikes and shelling, the possible Israeli ground offensive has alarmed residents of the Gaza Strip.

Special correspondents from the main station visit temporary shelters

Palestinian people demonstrated was attacked by Israeli forces

On May 14, local time, a large number of Palestinians demonstrated in various locations in the West Bank to protest Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip. According to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, 11 Palestinians were killed when Israeli forces fired tear gas and even live ammunition at demonstrators.

The Israeli military responded that Palestinian demonstrators threw stones, set off fireworks and burned tires at Israeli forces. The Israeli military is investigating claims of “live shootings”.

The exchange of fire continued

An explosion has occurred in a southern Israeli port

The exchange of fire between Israel and armed groups in the Gaza Strip continues. From daylight on 14 May to the early hours of 15 May, armed groups in the Gaza Strip continued to fire more than 150 rockets into central and southern Israel.

In the early hours of the 15th, a rocket hit an oil depot in the southern Israeli port of Ashdod, triggering an explosion, and another rocket hit a six-story apartment in the city of Ashdod, but the attack did not cause local casualties.

At the same time, Israeli forces continued to carry out air strikes against the Gaza Strip. According to the news released by the Israeli army, from the afternoon of the 14th to the early morning of the 15th, the Israeli Air Force has destroyed a tunnel in Gaza, a high-rise building and a number of underground weapons launch facilities.

At least 139 Palestinians, including 33 children and 21 women, have been killed and 950 wounded since fighting between palestinian militant groups such as Hamas and Israeli forces began, according to a report released by the Palestinian Gaza Strip health department.

To date, nine people, including two children, have been killed and several civilians injured in Israeli-Palestinian fighting.

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