"During the current war, I was forced to be displaced five times(…) First, I was displaced from my house in Gaza City to Al-Nuseirat refugee camp. After that, I went to Deir al-Balah, then to Khan Younis and finally to Rafah," said one woman.
The ceasefire came after long weeks of Israel's indiscriminate bombardment of Gaza, which claimed more than 14,500 Palestinian lives, while 4,000 others are believed to be trapped under the rubble, many likely deceased
"We felt as if we were in a mousetrap. Everyone was afraid. Will we be killed? Will our bodies be mutilated in front of the world? Will we be arrested and taken to an unknown fate?" Mohammed, a 36-year-old man who survived the route, said.
"This new war crime, which appears to be a systematic policy by the occupying Israeli state since the launch of its new war, is further evidence it is lying about hitting military targets in Gaza," Maarouf stressed.