A new "mass grave" in Gaza and hospitals out of service amid continued bombing A new "mass grave" in Gaza and hospitals out of service amid continued bombing

A new "mass grave" in Gaza and hospitals out of service amid continued bombing

A new "mass grave" in Gaza and hospitals out of service amid continued bombing

The Gaza Health Ministry announced its intention to dig a mass grave inside the Al-Shifa Complex, to bury about 100 martyrs, while the Israeli army continued its violent raids on the Gaza Strip, leaving martyrs and wounded and causing hospitals to be out of service as a result of its direct targeting.

For the 36th day in a row, the Israeli army continued its violent raids on the Gaza Strip at dawn on Saturday, leaving martyrs and wounded.

The Ministry of the Interior in Gaza reported on the Telegram platform, “Six martyrs and a number of injured were killed as a result of an Israeli bombing that targeted a house in the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip.”

The bombing targeted hospitals and citizens' homes in various areas of the Gaza Strip, according to the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa).

The occupation warplanes and artillery bombed several sites and homes in the Al-Nasr neighborhood and Sheikh Radwan, while the artillery continues to penetrate areas northwest of Gaza.

An Israeli raid destroyed an inhabited house in the Beach camp, west of Gaza.

The bombing that targeted a house in Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip, resulted in a number of martyrs and injuries.

There were also martyrs and others injured in an Israeli bombing that targeted two houses in the Jabalia and Bureij camps.

Mass grave

For his part, the Director General of the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, Dr. Munir Al-Bursh, revealed their intention to dig a mass grave inside the Al-Shifa Complex, today, Saturday, to bury martyrs who were unable to come out to bury them due to the violent Israeli bombing that has been continuing for 3 days in the vicinity of the complex.

Al-Barsh said in press statements broadcast by Al-Jazeera on Friday/Saturday night: “The bombing has not stopped in the vicinity of the hospital for 3 nights. There is very violent bombing almost every minute with the aim of paving the way for entering the complex.”

He added that the Israeli occupation bombing obstructed the entry or exit of ambulances to and from the complex. “We are trapped inside the Shifa complex,” he said.

The Director General of the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza continued: “We cannot bury the dead who took their last breath in the hospital. We want to dig a mass grave in the morning inside Al-Shifa to bury the 100 bodies now lying in the hospital.”

Targeting hospitals

On Friday evening, Israeli aircraft intensified their attacks against hospitals in the Gaza Strip and continued their raids on the vicinity of Al-Shifa, Indonesian, Al-Awda, Al-Quds, and Al-Rantisi children’s hospitals.

The occupation bombed the outer courtyards of Al-Shifa Hospital and the vicinity of the Indonesian Hospital, whose electricity was completely cut off on Friday evening as a result of running out of fuel.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health published a video of doctors performing surgery in the dark inside Al-Quds Hospital in Gaza.

Later, the occupation targeted the gate of the Indonesian Hospital, announcing the cessation of all surgical operations in the hospital.

The vicinity of Al-Shifa Hospital was once again subjected to shelling by occupation artillery and warplanes, and internationally banned phosphorus bombs were dropped on the neighborhoods near it and on the Beach camp.

For its part, the Palestine Red Crescent Society announced that only 3 hours until Al-Quds Hospital, west of Gaza City, will be out of service due to the depletion of fuel.

The association said in a statement on the Facebook platform on Friday/Saturday night: “3 hours and all services will stop at Al-Quds Hospital in Gaza due to the exhaustion of fuel.”

She added: "500 sick and wounded people in the hospital will be deprived of health care, and patients in the intensive care room and children in incubators will lose their lives."

On Friday, the association announced that one person was killed and 20 others, most of them children, were injured when Israeli army snipers targeted Al-Quds Hospital.

For 35 days, the Israeli occupation army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza, leaving 11,078 Palestinian martyrs, including 4,506 children and about 2,918 women, and wounding more than 26,000. 183 Palestinians were martyred and 2,280 were arrested in the occupied West Bank, according to official sources.

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