The conflict in Gaza this summer between the Israeli army on the one hand, and Hamas and Islamic Jihad forces on the other, caused 2502 deaths on the Palestinian side and 71 on the Israeli side (including 66 soldiers). Among the Palestinian victims, there are 1583 civilians, including 521 children and 283 women (figures from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) Since the cease-fire, the same organization has counted up to 100,000 internally displaced persons in the Gaza Strip, including 28,000 who fled to UNRWA schools that are used as shelters. The others found asylum, with...
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