Gaza: The fate of a forgotten nation?

Posted July 06, 2019 07:37:37A few days ago, the Israeli military demolished three homes in Gaza.

In the process, the Palestinians lost their homes.

In this context, it is time to reflect on the life of a Palestinian and to ask what happened to his or her homeland.

For decades, the Palestinian people in Gaza have suffered under the Israeli occupation and a blockade.

This was also the time when many Palestinian families were uprooted and displaced by the military and other Israeli forces.

The destruction of the homes in Beit Hanoun, in the south of the Gaza Strip, has been one of the most serious acts of the Israeli army.

The army is currently carrying out a search operation and searching the houses for any traces of the Palestinians who lived there.

According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, as of late July 4, the number of Palestinians killed by the Israeli security forces and Israeli forces in the Gaza strip rose to 4,937.

The number of civilians killed is at least 6,700.

It is also not the first time the Israeli government has demolished homes in the Palestinian territory.

In 2013, Israeli soldiers demolished the homes of the father and the mother of three Palestinian children in Rafah, east of the city.

The homes of these three children were destroyed by Israeli forces after they resisted the Israeli forces’ attempts to enter the house.

The father, who was a member of the Popular Resistance Committees, was shot dead by Israeli troops while the mother, who also worked for the Popular Liberation Committees, escaped by hiding in a building.

In addition to the demolition of the Palestinian homes, Israeli forces also demolished the village of al-Shuja’ah, south of Gaza.

This village was one of seven that Israeli forces had demolished since the beginning of the year, according to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

The Israeli army said it would not allow any Palestinians from al-Zaytoun village to return to their homes after Israeli forces dismantled the houses.

However, the families of the children who were killed in al-Ashqar village and in al-‘Aqsa mosque in Khan Younis city are still waiting for their homes to be demolished.

The Israeli military also destroyed the homes belonging to the families in Rafat and the villages of Abu Shams and al-Dawa’a in Khan Yunis.

The houses were built in 1948 and were destroyed on August 15, 2014.

The destruction by Israeli military forces of the houses in the Rafat region was not the only act of Israeli aggression.

On the night of July 4-5, Israel destroyed three other Palestinian homes.

On July 8, Israel demolished three houses belonging to Ahmad Ibrahim al-Araqiqi and his son, Ibrahim al-‘Abdallah al-Qaqiqi.

Israel demolished the three houses in Khan Awadah village in Khan Himal in the southern Gaza Strip.

It also demolished two houses belonging a family belonging to Ahmed Abu Hamid al-Abd al-Hakim, a member from the Popular Committees.

Israel demolished two more homes belonging a relative of Ahmad al-Waqiq, a cousin of Ibrahim al al-Ahmad al-Anas al-Ghanimi, a relative from the Muslim Brotherhood.

Israel also demolished a house belonging to a family that was allegedly belonging to Muhammad al-Nasir al-Arsal, a militant from the al-Qaida-affiliated Islamic Jihad Front.

The houses of these two families, the Al-Nassir family and the Abu Hamis family, were built before the Israeli invasion of the West Bank and Gaza in the summer of 2014, the United States’ State Department said.

In addition, the houses were demolished because they belonged to Palestinian citizens of Israel, the statement said.