The bombing in Gaza puts 4 hospitals completely out of service and raises the number of martyrs to 3,785 The bombing in Gaza puts 4 hospitals completely out of service and raises the number of martyrs to 3,785

The bombing in Gaza puts 4 hospitals completely out of service and raises the number of martyrs to 3,785

The bombing in Gaza puts 4 hospitals completely out of service and raises the number of martyrs to 3,785.

Heavy Israeli bombardment continues on various areas of the Gaza Strip on Thursday, and the death toll from the Israeli aggression has risen to more than 3,785 martyrs and more than 12,000 injured. The Palestinian Ministry of Health reported that four hospitals were completely out of service, and 25 were partially damaged.

The death toll from the Israeli aggression rose for the thirteenth day in a row to more than 3,785 martyrs, and more than 12,000 were injured with various injuries, as a preliminary toll that is likely to rise at any moment.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip reported that four hospitals were completely out of service, and 25 were partially damaged.

The heavy Israeli bombardment continued on various areas of the Gaza Strip on Thursday, and more martyrs and wounded fell, as a medical source in Gaza reported that 121 martyrs had been killed and 540 injured since Wednesday evening.

The spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf Al-Qudra, said on Wednesday that the successive massacres committed by the Israeli occupation constitute ethnic cleansing and a threat to the Palestinian existence. During a press conference about the serious repercussions of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, Al-Qudra explained that the occupation entering the stage of targeting hospitals and daring to commit an unspeakable massacre inside the Baptist Hospital campus is a serious threat to the health system.

He announced that the death toll of the largest and most violent massacre committed by the criminal occupation inside the Baptist Hospital amounted to 471 martyrs, and 28 remain in critical condition, in addition to 314 people with various injuries.

He pointed out that 70% of the victims of the Israeli aggression were children, women and the elderly, and stated that the massacres committed by the occupation against families amounted to 433 families, of which only 2,421 martyrs arrived, and hundreds of them are still under the rubble.

He added that the Health Ministry had received about 1,300 reports of people missing under the rubble, including 600 children, and he expected that there would be some missing people alive under the rubble, but the process of reaching them faces great difficulties due to continuous targeting and weak capabilities.

A number of Palestinians were martyred on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, and others were injured, after Israeli aircraft bombed a school belonging to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Refugees (UNRWA), near Nasser Hospital in the city of Khan Yunis.

Israeli aircraft launched a raid on a house near the Ahmed Abdel Aziz School, which houses displaced people in the Al-Hawoz area of ​​the Khan Yunis camp in the southern Gaza Strip, causing deaths and injuries, according to Wafa.

According to the Palestinian Press Agency, “At least 9 martyrs, including 7 children, were killed in a bombing on the Al-Bakri family’s home south of Khan Yunis. They were taken to Nasser Hospital in the city, and many family members are still under the rubble.”

Dr. Ashraf Al-Qudra, spokesman for the Ministry of Health, said in a post on Facebook, “The victims of the massacres committed by the Israeli occupation in Khan Yunis and Rafah a short while ago are children and women.”

In Nuseirat camp, an infant was killed and others were injured in an Israeli bombing of the camp.

The Israeli raids were renewed on various residential areas and buildings in Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, and eyewitnesses reported that 20 Palestinians were martyred as a result of a bombing that targeted two houses. There were also martyrs and wounded as a result of a bombing that targeted the vicinity of Al-Quds Hospital in Tal Al-Hawa, west of Gaza, while Israeli aircraft bombed a house in Tel Al-Sultan, west of Rafah, with reports of injuries and missing persons.




With guided missiles and artillery exchanged bombardment between Hezbollah and the Israeli army

For the thirteenth day in a row, the Israeli-Lebanese border is witnessing mutual bombardment between Lebanese Hezbollah fighters and the occupation army forces.

The Israeli army and the Lebanese Hezbollah group exchanged missile and artillery shelling on Thursday, in a new wave of tension in parallel with an ongoing confrontation for the thirteenth day in a row between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli army said in a statement that an anti-tank missile and two shells were fired from Lebanese territory at the Al-Manara area in the north of the country.

He continued: "In response, the army attacked the source of the fire with artillery fire."

On the other hand, Hezbollah's Al-Manar channel reported that on Thursday it fired a number of "Cornet" missiles towards the Al-Manara colony opposite the towns of Mays Al-Jabal and around the two borders in southern Lebanon.

During the past few days, the two sides exchanged intermittent rounds of bombardment, causing deaths on both sides of the dividing Blue Line.

Since October 7, the Israeli army has continued to launch raids on Gaza that have led to the death of 3,785 Palestinians, including more than a thousand children, and injured more than 12,000 others. It also continues to cut off supplies of water, food, medicine, and electricity to the Strip, which is inhabited by about 2.3 million people. One million Palestinians, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

While Hamas killed more than 1,400 Israelis and wounded 4,629, according to official Israeli sources, it also captured between 200 and 250 Israelis, including high-ranking soldiers, according to what was announced by Abu Ubaida, spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades.
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