Days of Palestine, reports –Around 30 percent of Israelis would emigrate to other countries if they had the chance on the heels of a weeks-long military onslaught on the Gaza Strip.
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A new survey conducted by the Israeli TV Channel 2 showed that 56 percent of the respondents said they do not think of emigration while 14 percent remain undecided.
Some of those who recently left ‘Israel’ spoke to the channel and cited insecurity and high cost of life as the main reasons for their emigration.
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Israeli recent war on the Gaza Strip ended with the announcement on August 26 of an open-ended cease-fire with the Palestinian resistance factions in the blockaded strip.
The devastating 51-day war left some 2,160 Gazans dead and more 11,000 injured – the vast majority of them civilians – while leaving thousands of residential structures in ruins.
According to Israeli figures, 67 Israeli soldiers and five civilians were killed over the course of the operation – the highest military death toll suffered by the Israeli occupation since it lost 119 troops in its 2006 war on Lebanon.