Euronews correspondent Nebal Hajjo speaks to a household of twin nations determined to go away the Gaza Strip.
Iyad Al-Habal and his household are among the many many dual-nationals trapped in refugee camps in southern Gaza, ready for permission to cross the border into Egypt. They’re Palestinian-Swedish residents.
Iyad got here to Gaza to do analysis for his doctoral research. He was solely meant to remain just a few months. His household advised Euronews correspondent Nebal Hajjo that they’re determined to flee.
“I simply need to really feel that my kids are protected and I need to go away Gaza as a result of I see my children crying daily and they’re asking me to return to Sweden,” Haneen Hamdouna a twin Palestinian-Swedish citizen, stated.
“They’re kids who have no idea the circumstances that stop their journey. I want I might inform them that they are going to be wonderful.”
However Al-Habal added that leaving the Strip may also carry its personal anguish.
“It’s totally onerous for me to go away the Gaza Strip and to go away my household, or members of the family like my brother and sisters,” Al-Habal stated.
“So, what I imply is I, as a Swedish, can go away the Gaza Strip, however on the similar time, it is struggling for me to go away the place, to go away the Gaza Strip whereas I’ve my household right here, who cannot go away the place.
“It is actually onerous. It is actually onerous.”
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