Gaza conflict: ‘He was trying to escape the heat’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Gaza conflict: ‘He was trying to escape the heat’” – below is their description.

Ibrahim Abu Salah died from extensive shrapnel wounds caused, say his neighbours, by an Israeli rocket blast.

His wife said he was not interested in the conflict.

He is just another victim in an intractable conflict that shows no sign of being resolved.

#gaza #gazaunderattack #israel #islamicjihad

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