Lives of Palestinians in Gaza have been upended by the ongoing Israel-Hamas war

The relentless Israeli strikes across Gaza have forced millions of Palestinians to keep fleeing to find safe shelter. The Health Ministry there says more than 33,000 people have been killed by Israel. There are warnings of forced famine as little aid is getting through. It’s almost impossible for journalists to go into Gaza safely and verify information. Host Marco Werman in Jerusalem called Noor Swirki, a resident of Gaza, who’s now in Rafah, to find out how life has changed for her and her family over the last six months. 

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