A white cat walking across a partially destroyed building in Rafah’s Shabura refugee camp was the only civilian remnant of the Gaza neighborhood by the Egyptian border, which until the start of May had been crowded with Palestinians.

A bullet-riddled Sonol sign still hung on top of the rubble of what had once been a gas station.

Half destroyed concrete buildings stood, in some cases reduced to framed shells, intermixed with piles of rubble.

Large swaths of sand, covered what had once been paved roads, giving Shabura a dustbowl appearance.... Read More: JPost