Oh, the morality: hundreds left homeless after Israeli invasion in Gaza

AP photo

Caption: A Palestinian child looks at the rubble of destroyed houses in the Rafah refugee camp, on the border with Egypt, in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday Oct. 12, 2003.

The BBC quotes a senior UN official as saying that up to 1,500 people may homeless after the Israeli army's rampage through the Rafah refugee camp in Gaza. The final figures of destroyed houses and homeless families are unknown at present, however (see also Ha'aretz article).

Not even being refugees and living in miserable hovels is enough.

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