More than 45% of Gaza's residential buildings were destroyed to varying degrees and razed to the ground, burying thousands of people under the rubble.
People on the ground repeat that there is no safe place in the Gaza Strip, people are taking refuge in the still standing houses of relatives, in hospitals that receive constant threats of bombing, in schools and shelters of the UN refugee agency for Palestinians UNRWA, where the number of people is exceeded four times.
On October 31, 2023, in the last single air attack on the refugee camp in Jabala, in the northern part of the Zone, at least 400 people, entire multi-generational families, were killed in one attack, and over a thousand people are under the rubble of collapsed buildings, according to. media reports. Residents, neighbors and survivors bury their families, loved ones and friends with their own hands. Only a few journalists and everyone with access to the network, electricity and the Internet try to document these makeshift rescue operations. Don't let Gaza remain silent - where electricity, mobile networks and the Internet have been shut down for a second time as the bombing of residential areas continues. Gaza was cut off for the first time on October 28 for 36 hours, and for the second time on November 1. Only 217 trucks passed through the border crossing with Egypt in Rafah (October 21-31, 2023) with basic products except fuel - before the war, an average daily number of 500 trucks with products entered the zone.