Displaced people targeted during attempt to return to northern Gaza

Apr 15, 2024

Gaza [Palestine], April 15: In a video verified by Al Jazeera, a number of the displaced Palestinians recounted how they were targeted by the Israeli army while trying to return to the northern Gaza Strip.
"We reached the vicinity of the Israeli vehicles, we were shot and there were injuries, I was afraid for my children and I returned to the middle of the Gaza Strip," one woman said.
Another woman added: "We were shelled with artillery shells, we risked ourselves and our children because we want to return to northern Gaza, there are our families, our house and everything we have, our house was bombed and I will go to my husband's family house."
Montaser Masoud, a displaced man from Jabalia camp, said: "We heard the news that people had returned to northern Gaza, and we found thousands when we arrived, the planes fired at us, and there are young men and women who were injured, there are a large number of injured."
"The army shot at us while we were trying to return to Gaza City, I wanted to go back to my children, but the Israeli army shot us and expelled us," a woman said.
Source: Qatar Tribune

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