Not nothing safe in Gaza nothing no place stfe every place any place they can shut it anytime for Iman a visit to family in Gaza turned into an emotional ordeal after the conflict between Israel and Hamas erupted in early October his original visit to see his siblings ended
Up with him spending 35 days under attack in the region before he could Escape oh upset I’m very sad all the country destroyed I don’t know what will happen to my house my brothers my sisters maybe they will destroy everything he waited 2 weeks at the Rafa border crossing before being
Able to flee to Cairo where he stayed before he flew to Canada the London Ontario resident story is not new but is the latest to come out as Canadians permanent residents and their families tried to escape Gaza and with Israel signaling a possible offensive in the
South where his family has fled Iman is left wondering when he will see them again Sima sarar of Islamic relief Canada says they are working to help get evacuated families to Canada and provide support when they get here including booking hotels and providing winter items a lot of them they’re coming with
Nothing so we’re just trying to help them as much as we can and then we’ll be taking them and keeping them for 7 Days Global Affairs Canada says 367 Canadians permanent residents and their eligible family members have left the Gaza Strip so far with no additional Canadians Crossing Thursday Global Affairs Canada
Calls the situation quote fluid and unpredictable the Canadian government said says it cannot determine when or how many will cross each day internet and phone services in the region are severely limited making it difficult for people like Iman to contact their loved ones still in Gaza and as the conflict
Continues protests outside various Canadian MP’s offices continue to call for a ceasefire a formal deal to end hostilities prime minister Justin Trudeau and other Western leaders continue to urge a sustained humanitarian pods for more Aid to get through Sean preville global news
More Canadians landed in parts of the country on Thursday, days after being able to escape Gaza at the Rafah border crossing amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
No new crossings by Canadians occurred on Thursday, but while more than 360 have already left, there remain many more still trapped in a region that has now lost most internet and phone service.
As Sean Previl reports, groups are stepping up to help as these families make it to Canada as others continue to urge world leaders, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to call for a ceasefire.
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