Gazans f lee after air strike warning
Mail Foreign Service
FAMILIES fled Khan Younis yesterday with their belongings packed on carts pulled by donkeys after being told by Israel to leave the southern city.
Others had piled their possessions on the backs of camels in a bid to escape the Israel-Hamas conflict. Israeli air strikes hit the south of the Gaza Strip yesterday, including areas where the IDF had told people to seek shelter, it was claimed.
Israeli troops and tanks also pushed their campaign against Hamas terrorists into the south of the enclave, having largely gained control of the north.
Residents have been told to head to the coast or Rafah, near the Egyptian border.
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