Private scenes showed the displacement of colleague Wael al-Dahdouh and the Al-Jazeera team from Gaza City to the southern Gaza Strip, as heavy shelling on Gaza and the Israeli ground incursion into the city continued.

Citizens received colleague Wael Dahdouh as he marched and arrived in the center of the Gaza Strip, and told one of the photographers, "We traveled a long distance kilometers, and our feeling is difficult with this journey of torment, and God willing, things are walking and we can continue the journey."

The Israeli occupying forces had previously targeted members of the family of colleague Wael Al-Dahdouh (his wife, son, daughter and grandson) in an Israeli air raid on their home, to which they were displaced in Nuseirat refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

In addition, 19 members of the family of Mohammed Abu al-Qomsan, a broadcasting engineer at Al-Jazeera's Gaza bureau, including his father and two sisters, were killed in the Jabalya massacre.