Health announces the complete collapse of the health system in Gaza and the number of martyrs rises to 5,791

Health announces the complete collapse of the health system in Gaza and the number of martyrs rises to 5,791

The death toll from the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip rose on Tuesday to 5,791 martyrs, including 2,360 children and 1,292 women, and 16,297 citizens sustained various injuries. This comes as the fuel stock in the Gaza Strip's hospitals, which is sufficient for less than 48 hours, is about to run out.

The death toll from the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip rose on Tuesday to 5,791 martyrs, including 2,360 children and 1,292 women, and 16,297 citizens were injured with various injuries, according to a statement by the Ministry of Health in Gaza.

The ministry said, "Israel committed massacres against families during the past hours, in which 305 children, 173 women, and 78 elderly people were killed."

The Ministry of Health's media spokesman, Ashraf Al-Qudra, announced the "complete collapse" of the health system in the Gaza Strip's hospitals, and said that the Israeli bombing "put 12 hospitals and 32 health centers out of service, and we fear that more will stop due to targeting and running out of fuel." He added: "The Israeli bombing of health facilities led to the death of 65 medical staff and the destruction of 25 ambulances. The fact that the doors of hospitals in the Gaza Strip remain open does not mean that they are providing service to the wounded flocking to them."

The Ministry of the Interior in the Gaza Strip announced on Tuesday that an Israeli bombing launched by Israeli fighter jets on the vicinity of Al-Wafa Hospital in Gaza City and the Nuseirat Camp (central) “led to the martyrdom and injury of dozens of Palestinians.”

The Ministry of Interior said in a statement: “Dozens of martyrs were killed and many others were injured as a result of the occupation aircraft targeting next to Abu Dalal Commercial Center (on Market Street) in the Nuseirat camp in the middle of the Gaza Strip.”

She added: "Israeli warplanes launched raids in the vicinity of Al-Wafa Rehabilitation Hospital in Gaza City." Anadolu correspondent reported, quoting eyewitnesses, that the Israeli bombing caused widespread destruction in the two targeted areas. The correspondent stated that there were two successive raids on the vicinity of Al-Wafa Rehabilitation Hospital in Gaza City, which led to damage to the hospital.

On Monday night and Tuesday morning, the Israeli occupation forces continued their bombing of the Gaza Strip, leading to the death of 140 Palestinians, the majority of whom were women and children.

A statement issued by the Gaza government's media office stated that the toll was "more than 140 martyrs and hundreds injured on this night in which the occupation committed a war of genocide and massacres, during which it destroyed, with missiles and bombs, dozens of homes on top of defenseless civilians."

The Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that “Israeli raids targeted a number of homes in Khan Yunis camp, the Al-Qarara area, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, in Jabalia Al-Balad in the northern Gaza Strip, next to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, and in Al-Bureij Camp in the central Gaza Strip.”

The Palestinian Agency confirmed that "rescue operations are still underway to extract a number of victims from under the rubble of the targeted homes."

Fuel crisis in Gaza hospitals
In conjunction with the ongoing bombing of the Gaza Strip, Ministry spokesman Dr. Ashraf Al-Qudra said in a brief statement on the Telegram platform: “We have less than 48 hours for all electricity generators in hospitals to stop.”

Al-Qudra added, "The mechanism used to bring in aid is slow and cannot change reality," stressing that "the health system has reached a stage that is the worst in its history."

Earlier, the Ministry said, "The failure to provide sufficient fuel to the Gaza Strip's hospitals will prompt them, within hours, to divert all health services toward life-saving case services."

It is noteworthy that electricity was cut off from the Indonesian Hospital in Gaza on Monday, and its vital facilities were disrupted due to the depletion of fuel, according to what medical sources reported.

181 thousand housing units were damaged
In a separate context, the government media office in the Gaza Strip announced on Monday that “more than 181,000 housing units” were damaged as a result of the Israeli war on the Strip.

Salama Maarouf, spokesman for the office, said in a press conference, “More than 181,000 housing units were damaged by the ongoing aggression, including more than 20,000 housing units that were completely demolished by the occupation or became uninhabitable.”

Marouf explained that "72 government headquarters and dozens of public and service facilities were destroyed by the occupation and caused great damage."

He said: "The occupation continued to target water, electricity and sewage networks and put a number of them out of service, while it continues to target educational institutions, as 177 schools were subjected to various damages, including 32 schools that were out of service."

For the eighteenth day, Israel continues to launch intensive raids on Gaza, leaving thousands of civilians martyred and wounded, and cutting off its supplies of water, electricity, food and medicine, which sparked local and international warnings of a double humanitarian catastrophe, in parallel with intense Israeli raids and arrests in cities and towns of the occupied West Bank.

In response to “daily Israeli attacks against the Palestinian people and their sanctities,” Hamas and other Palestinian factions in Gaza launched Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” on October 7, at the beginning of which they stormed Israeli settlements and military sites around the Gaza Strip.

Yemen : Two people were killed, 150 were injured, and 10,000 were displaced as a result of Cyclone “Tej” in Al-Mahra

Two Yemenis were killed and one hundred and fifty others were injured, while about 10,000 were displaced as a result of Cyclone Tej, which struck Al-Mahra Governorate in eastern Yemen, while more than 600 homes were completely and partially destroyed.

On Tuesday, the Yemeni government announced two deaths, 150 injured, and about 10,000 displaced people as a result of Cyclone Tej in Al-Mahra Governorate, east of the country.

This outcome came within a preliminary report submitted by the Governor of Al-Mahra, Muhammad Ali Yasser, to the head of the country’s Presidential Leadership Council, Rashad Al-Alimi, during their visit to the areas affected by the hurricane in the governorate, according to the official Yemeni news agency, “Saba . ”

The report confirmed, "Two deaths were recorded, 150 others were injured, significant damage to infrastructure and private and public property, and the displacement of about 10,000 people in the Al-Ghaydah and Haswain districts, the most affected by the hurricane in the governorate."

Relief work began this morning by distributing 7,000 food meals in the city of Al-Ghaydah and Huswain District, along with food baskets and necessary shelter supplies, according to the report.

The (government) Early Warning Center reported that "the coasts of Al-Mahra and Hadramaut governorates, and their inland areas, are still under the influence of the cyclonic storm Tej, with expectations that it will decline into a depression in the coming hours."

For its part, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) announced on Tuesday evening that Cyclone Tej "caused the destruction of 300 homes and damaged 314 other homes in Socotra Governorate (southeast)."

She explained through a post on the “X” platform, “The hurricane also led to the displacement of more than 6,400 people, including 3,328 children, in Al-Mahra Governorate.”

The organization noted that it is "ready to meet the immediate needs of families affected by the hurricane."

Yesterday, Monday, the hurricane began to affect Al-Mahra, leading to the blocking of roads and the demolition of homes, according to Anadolu’s correspondent.

Yemen suffers from severe infrastructure weakness, which has made the effects of the floods increase the tragedy of the population, who complain about the fragility of basic services as a result of the repercussions of a war that has been ongoing for nearly nine years.
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