As the conflict between Israel and Hamas intensifies, civilians in the war-torn Gaza Strip have begun evacuating through the Rafah border crossing into Egypt. This evacuation effort comes as a ray of hope in the midst of the ongoing violence, providing civilians, including foreign nationals and a handful of Americans, with an opportunity to escape the dangerous and volatile situation.
The Rafah border crossing, located in the southern Gaza Strip, has been a crucial passage for those seeking refuge from the conflict. This border crossing was opened following negotiations and agreements involving Egypt, Hamas, and Israel, allowing up to. . .