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A treacherous journey through Gaza's 'safe corridor'

Fouad Mazen Mudookh, who lives with his wife and three children in the Sabra neighbourhood of Gaza City, decided to move to his father's house in the same neighbourhood during the second week of the war.

His own home was completely damaged during Israel's bombardment. While Israel gave a 24 hour period for people in northern Gaza to "evacuate", that time was marked by relentless Israeli bombing.

"I saw hell in front of me. Non-stop air strikes," Mudookh says as he recalls the nights spent in his house. 

"I never expected the war to last until now. I did not expect it to be this intense or this fierce. It has been 33 days so far. Can you imagine it has been 33 days of genocide?"

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One family’s treacherous journey through Gaza's 'safe corridor'

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