Children Evicted From Five Gaza Schools Due To Israeli Bombardment
The Palestinian Ministry of Education in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, evicted Monday dozens of schoolchildren from five schools, east of Khan Younis, due to heavy Israeli bombardments targeting the area.
The Ministry issued a press release stating that dozens of Israeli shells landed near the schools since early morning hours, an issue that forced the ministry to send the children home in fear of further Israeli military escalation.
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