‘We returned to our homes to find destruction’: Gazans pick up pieces after Israel-Hamas fighting ends

After huddling at home during Israel’s 11-day bombardment of Gaza, the shock of seeing houses and other buildings destroyed after yet another conflict tempered Palestinian joy that this round of fighting was over.“It’s like a tsunami,” said Abu Ali, standing next to a heap of rubble that had been a 14-storey tower in Gaza City.“How can the world call itself civilised? This is a war crime. We are ruled by laws of the jungle,” he said on Friday, hours after a truce was declared.Commercial…

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