Gaza genocide: 1.10 lakh Palestinians have fled Rafah since Oct 7, says UNRWA

Helpless Palestinians fleeing war torn Rafah. [Photo: X/ UNRWA]

As Israeli forces continue their intense bombardment of Rafah in the Gaza Strip, the humanitarian crisis deepens, with reports of widespread forced displacement.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) estimates that approximately 110,000 people have fled Rafah in search of safety, highlighting the escalating urgency of the situation.

The ongoing violence has created dire living conditions across the Gaza Strip, where nowhere seems safe. Families are displaced, seeking refuge amidst the chaos and devastation. The scale of displacement underscores the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire to protect civilians and alleviate humanitarian suffering.

The situation remains critical, with no end in sight to the violence. The call for an immediate ceasefire grows louder as international concern mounts over the escalating crisis in Gaza.

Since October 7, Israel has killed more than 35,000 Palestinians in its relentless bombardment, with majority of the victims being women and children.

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