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Israel Continues Air Attacks on Gaza, Killing at Least 16 People in Two Days

HeadlineMay 10, 2023

In the occupied West Bank, Israeli soldiers shot dead two Palestinians during a raid in the town of Qabatiya. Meanwhile, Israeli airstrikes in the Gaza Strip continued for a second day, with at least one Palestinian killed today, after the air raids killed at least 15 Palestinians and wounded 22 others Tuesday, according to officials. This is a shop owner in Gaza.

Nael Qidra: “It’s a hard situation, to be honest. We face fear. We are staying tuned. We don’t know what will happen. The situation is, everyone doesn’t know what will happen, whether we are going to have a war or ceasefire.”

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