The unprecedented Israeli bombing of Gaza completely destroys hundreds of buildings The unprecedented Israeli bombing of Gaza completely destroys hundreds of buildings

The unprecedented Israeli bombing of Gaza completely destroys hundreds of buildings

The unprecedented Israeli bombing of Gaza completely destroys hundreds of buildings

The unprecedented air strikes carried out by Israel on Friday-Saturday night against the Gaza Strip resulted in the complete destruction of hundreds of buildings, according to a statement issued by the Civil Defense Service in the Strip.

The Civil Defense Service in the Gaza Strip announced that the strikes carried out by Israel on Friday-Saturday night completely destroyed hundreds of buildings in the Strip, according to a statement issued by the agency on Saturday.

The Israeli occupation army carried out the heaviest strikes since the start of the war from land, sea and air on all areas of the Gaza Strip, amid a complete interruption of telephone and Internet services.

The Civil Defense indicated in its statement that “the Israeli raids targeted government buildings, civilian homes, and empty lands, causing a large number of deaths and injuries.”

He pointed out that "the bombing was concentrated in the vicinity of Al-Shifa and Indonesian Hospitals in the center of the Gaza Strip, using incendiary phosphorus bombs," which was confirmed by photos transmitted by international media.

On Friday evening, the Palestinian Telecommunications Company and “Jawwal” (privately) said that communications and Internet services in the Gaza Strip had been subjected to a complete interruption, with the continued heavy Israeli bombing of feeder lines, towers and networks.

Gaza experienced a difficult night of the most violent bombing since Israel carried out a military operation in the Strip three weeks ago, which it called “Iron Swords,” which destroyed entire neighborhoods and killed 7,326 martyrs, including 3,038 children, 1,726 women, and 414 elderly people, in addition to injuring 18,967 citizens with various injuries. .

During the same period, 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,” at the beginning of which they stormed Israeli settlements and military sites surrounding the Gaza Strip.

More than 1,400 Israelis were killed and 5,132 were injured, according to the Israeli Ministry of Health, and more than 220 Israelis were captured, including high-ranking military personnel. Hamas wants to exchange them for more than 6,000 Palestinian prisoners, including children and women.

Huge crowds in Istanbul in solidarity with Gaza

Hundreds of thousands gathered at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport to participate in the "Great Palestine Rally" in solidarity with Gaza.

On Saturday, the activities of the “Great Palestine Gathering” began in the Turkish city of Istanbul, which aims to draw attention to the massacres and crimes taking place in the Gaza Strip, and to call for an end to the Israeli aggression and solidarity with the Palestinian people.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and a number of high-level Turkish officials, as well as artists, athletes and celebrities, are scheduled to participate in the gathering. International artist Maher Zain also attended.

Istanbul transportation was filled with tens of thousands who raised Palestinian flags and banners calling for an end to the aggression against Gaza as they headed to Ataturk Airport, where the rally was being held.

Large crowds take part in a demonstration in support of Palestine and denouncing the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip in the British capital. 

The flags of Turkey and Palestine and pictures of Al-Aqsa Mosque were raised on the airport grounds. A giant theater 60 meters long and 14 meters high was erected, and huge screens were installed.

Hundreds of thousands of Turks and residents, men, women, children and the elderly, flocked to participate in the massive rally called for by the Turkish President and the Justice and Development Party, and huge crowds were seen raising Turkish flags side by side with Palestinian flags.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to deliver a speech during the gathering, which is being held in parallel with Turkey's celebration of the centenary of the founding of the republic.

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