UN says one million people have fled Rafah in the past three weeks

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UN says one million people have fled Rafah in the past three weeks

The United Nations agency announced on Wednesday that about one million people have fled from Rafah in the past three weeks.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) stated that approximately one million people have fled from the city of Rafah in Gaza over the past three weeks.

This small city on the southern edge of the Gaza Strip had previously become a haven for over a million Palestinian refugees who had fled from the deadly Israeli attacks on other parts of the region and were trapped from Palestinian lands.

Since the beginning of this month, the Israeli army has started military operations in Rafah to uproot the Islamic resistance movement of Palestine and eliminate the military infrastructure used by Hamas, despite international opposition.

Palestinian refugees, who are constantly moving between the north and south of the Gaza Strip due to the expansion of Israeli military operations, have been urged to go to safer areas about twenty kilometers away in southern Gaza near Rafah.


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