Palestinians in Gaza take stock of destruction after cease-fire

Israel claims it killed more than 200 militants with its strikes, and has said it does its best to avoid harming civilians. What guilt does this baby have?” al Haddid told CBS News. Buildings in Gaza were reduced to rubble from the fighting, and people were crying on the street for lost loved ones, neighbors and friends. All my feelings have evaporated,” she said. More than 4,000 rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza.Humanitarian organizations warned that it would take years to build back the infrastructure in Gaza that was damaged or destroyed during the 11 days of conflict. 03:14

Gaza – Palestinians in the Gaza Strip were able to safely take stock of the destruction around them for the first time after 11 days of violence, following the announcement of a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. has labeled as a terrorist organization. “I have no more feelings. Only he and his young baby, Omar, remain.”My heart is breaking. But officials in Gaza say nearly 70 of the people killed were children. While the cease-fire held in Gaza, tensions flared in Jerusalem, where Israeli security forces clashed with Palestinians outside Al-Aqsa mosque. “I ask God that I can meet his needs and demands.”
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Many Europeans who work in the U.S. A building destroyed by an air strike as a cease-fire came into effect on May 21, 2021 in Gaza City, Gaza. 

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The World Health Organization said that Gaza’s already stretched medical facilities were in danger of being overwhelmed by the number of injuries caused by the violence, calling for immediate access to bring aid into the area.”The real challenges are the closures,” WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris said.Humanitarian aid was restricted during the fighting, also for safety reasons, the Israelis said.The regional director of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Fabrizio Carboni, said that while it would take years to rebuild infrastructure, it would take “even more to rebuild the fractured lives.”
First published on May 21, 2021 / 7:36 PM The foreign press was also allowed to enter Gaza on Friday for the first time since the conflict began. The clashes died out after about an hour. Palestinians in Gaza take stock of the destruction after cease-fire

By Holly Williams, Haley Ott and Justine Redman

May 21, 2021 / 7:36 PM
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Palestinians take stock of devastation in Gaza

Palestinians take stock of devastation in Gaz… Vital infrastructure such as roads, water and sanitation systems, medical facilities, and schools were all damaged in the fighting. Israel said it had prevented the international press from entering Gaza during the conflict for safety reasons.”I lost all my friends,” Masha Nasser told CBS News, bursting out in tears as she held her baby. Tensions at Al-Aqsa mosque and possible evictions of Palestinians in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah helped spark the recent fighting. A man stands next to a pile of rubble in Gaza. 

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Dozens gathered to mourn in tents erected on the pavement, including Mohammed al Haddid, who said he lost his wife and four of his five children when they were visiting family and were hit by an Israeli airstrike. After Friday prayers, some of the thousands who had gathered stayed to demonstrate on behalf of Gaza. still can’t visit home

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“All these children, we know them, and we miss them,” said Sarhan Abu Kaloob, who knew al Haddid’s family.”We hope that the cease-fire will continue, but if Israel attacks us, we will attack them,” he added.The Gaza Strip is controlled by Hamas, which the U.S.

Palestinians in Gaza take stock of destruction after cease-fire

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“All these children, we know them, and we miss them,” said Sarhan Abu Kaloob, who knew al Haddid’s family.”We hope that the cease-fire will continue, but if Israel attacks us, we will attack them,” he added.The Gaza Strip is controlled by Hamas, which the U.S. Palestinians in Gaza take stock of the destruction after cease-fire

By Holly Williams, Haley Ott and Justine Redman

May 21, 2021 / 7:36 PM
/ CBS News

Palestinians take stock of devastation in Gaza

Palestinians take stock of devastation in Gaz… Tensions at Al-Aqsa mosque and possible evictions of Palestinians in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah helped spark the recent fighting. has labeled as a terrorist organization. All my feelings have evaporated,” she said. After Friday prayers, some of the thousands who had gathered stayed to demonstrate on behalf of Gaza. What guilt does this baby have?” al Haddid told CBS News. A building destroyed by an air strike as a cease-fire came into effect on May 21, 2021 in Gaza City, Gaza. 

Fatima Shbair / Getty Images

The World Health Organization said that Gaza’s already stretched medical facilities were in danger of being overwhelmed by the number of injuries caused by the violence, calling for immediate access to bring aid into the area.”The real challenges are the closures,” WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris said.Humanitarian aid was restricted during the fighting, also for safety reasons, the Israelis said.The regional director of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Fabrizio Carboni, said that while it would take years to rebuild infrastructure, it would take “even more to rebuild the fractured lives.”
First published on May 21, 2021 / 7:36 PM The clashes died out after about an hour. Buildings in Gaza were reduced to rubble from the fighting, and people were crying on the street for lost loved ones, neighbors and friends. Israel said it had prevented the international press from entering Gaza during the conflict for safety reasons.”I lost all my friends,” Masha Nasser told CBS News, bursting out in tears as she held her baby. Israel claims it killed more than 200 militants with its strikes, and has said it does its best to avoid harming civilians. Vital infrastructure such as roads, water and sanitation systems, medical facilities, and schools were all damaged in the fighting. Only he and his young baby, Omar, remain.”My heart is breaking. “I ask God that I can meet his needs and demands.”
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Gaza – Palestinians in the Gaza Strip were able to safely take stock of the destruction around them for the first time after 11 days of violence, following the announcement of a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. The foreign press was also allowed to enter Gaza on Friday for the first time since the conflict began. “I have no more feelings. More than 4,000 rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza.Humanitarian organizations warned that it would take years to build back the infrastructure in Gaza that was damaged or destroyed during the 11 days of conflict. A man stands next to a pile of rubble in Gaza. 

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Dozens gathered to mourn in tents erected on the pavement, including Mohammed al Haddid, who said he lost his wife and four of his five children when they were visiting family and were hit by an Israeli airstrike. But officials in Gaza say nearly 70 of the people killed were children. While the cease-fire held in Gaza, tensions flared in Jerusalem, where Israeli security forces clashed with Palestinians outside Al-Aqsa mosque.