I don't think o. Yes it's difficult for them to have to leave their homes but let's be honest for a change. The army that is meant to be protecting them killed 7 children yesterday in Gaza (and has already targetted the power and water supplies of the civilian population in Gaza)and is threatening to bomb a residential neighbourhood in Beirut supposedly to kill Hezbollah members - they will then use that pretext to excuse themselves of responsibility for the inevitable civilian deaths. Civilians are NEVER legitimate targets but if Israel can ignore that fact then they need to realise that the same treatment will apply to their own people. Sympathy for the residents is wasted emotion considering the murderousness of Israel in recent months. I've lost count of the children slaughtered by the IDF in recent months.
At least 4 die in clashes between PKK militants, security forces in east Turkey (Reuters)
from the article: In Nahariya, some choose to leave, while others remain defiant