A complete medical collapse threatens Gaza and 20 martyrs in a bombing that targeted an aid distribution gathering A complete medical collapse threatens Gaza and 20 martyrs in a bombing that targeted an aid distribution gathering

A complete medical collapse threatens Gaza and 20 martyrs in a bombing that targeted an aid distribution gathering

A complete medical collapse threatens Gaza and 20 martyrs in a bombing that targeted an aid distribution gathering

Dozens of civilians were martyred and others sustained various injuries in the ongoing Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip, while the International Committee of the Red Cross warned that the residents of the Strip were being deprived of emergency and life-saving medical care.

On the 111th day in a row, the Israeli occupation army continues its aggression against various areas of the Gaza Strip, as (Thursday) it focused its bombing on Khan Yunis, south of the Strip, and targeted the Nasser Medical Complex and an UNRWA center, leaving dozens of martyrs and wounded.

The spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf Al-Qudra, announced on Thursday that “the Israeli occupation is committing a new massacre against thousands of hungry mouths who were waiting for humanitarian aid at the Kuwait roundabout in Gaza.”

He stated that the toll reached "20 martyrs and 150 injuries, and the number of martyrs is likely to increase as a result of dozens of serious injuries that arrived at Al-Shifa Medical Complex, which lacks medical capabilities."


A TRT news correspondent reported that the Israeli occupation army fired shells and direct bullets at citizens after it surrounded the area where civilians gathered, which is the only point from which very limited aid enters.

During the past hours, the central and western areas of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, were subjected to violent Israeli artillery shelling, and a Palestinian medical source reported that 50 Palestinians were martyred and 120 injured during the past 24 hours.

Dozens of martyrs and wounded fell inside the industrial headquarters of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which houses thousands of displaced people, west of the city of Khan Yunis, after it was bombed (Wednesday) and a large fire broke out in the tents of the displaced.


UNRWA Director in Gaza, Thomas White, said that the training center was bombed by two tanks, causing a fire to break out in it.

Palestinian media said that 4 martyrs and 29 wounded were transferred to Nasser Hospital following the bombing of a school housing displaced persons and a camp in Khan Yunis.

Two Palestinians were martyred and others were injured when the occupation bombed a residential community in the Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

In parallel with these massacres, the Israeli army arrested dozens of Palestinian men inside a residential building west of Khan Yunis, and took the women and children to the headquarters of the Red Crescent Society, where they were detained.

Running out of medications

The Ministry of Health in Gaza announced, on Thursday, that the Nasser Medical Complex in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Strip, had run out of anesthetics, pain-relieving medications, and food, and that “the remaining amount of fuel is sufficient for less than 5 days in the Nasser Medical Complex.”

Health spokesman Ashraf Al-Qudra said in a statement, “The health and humanitarian situation in Nasser Medical Complex is extremely catastrophic,” adding that “Nasser Medical Complex is operating at 10% of its human capacity in harsh and frightening conditions.”

Al-Qudra confirmed that "the complex's operating rooms have run out of anesthesia drugs," in addition to "the running out of food and pain-relieving medications for patients and wounded."

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health in Gaza said that the Israeli army was still targeting the vicinity of the Nasser Governmental Medical Complex and the Al-Amal Hospital of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society in the city, while cutting off the roads leading to them.


More than once, the Ministry expressed its fear of a repeat of what happened with the hospitals located in Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip, starting with targeting their surroundings and leading to direct bombardment, besieging them, and arresting those inside them, with hospitals in the southern Gaza Strip.

During the ongoing war in Gaza, the army targeted many medical facilities and ambulances. At first, it mainly targeted medical facilities in the north and center of the Strip, then moved to institutions located in the south with the expansion of ground battles after the end of the temporary truce.

Health breakdown

In addition, the International Committee of the Red Cross stressed the need to take concrete measures to preserve the access of those in need in the Gaza Strip to emergency and life-saving medical care.

The International Committee explained in a statement on Thursday, “Currently, nearly two million people in the Gaza Strip have no access to anything except the Nasser Medical Complex and the Gaza European Hospital in the south of the Strip.”

She said that all hospitals in the Gaza Strip suffer from severe overcrowding and limited medical supplies, fuel, food, and water, and many of them house thousands of displaced families.

Director of the ICRC sub-delegation in Gaza, William Schomberg, said: “We now face the risk of losing two more hospitals due to the fighting. The cumulative impact of the conflict on the health system is devastating, and urgent measures must be taken to prevent this from happening.”

The International Committee of the Red Cross stressed the need to take immediate steps to ensure the protection of hospitals and the civilians inside them "and to facilitate the timely supply of hospitals with the necessary supplies of medicines, fuel, food and water to keep them in operation."


The Palestinian Prisoners' Club documents the beatings and strip searches of female prisoners


The Palestinian Prisoners' Club documents the beatings and strip searches of female prisoners
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club confirmed that Palestinian female prisoners were beaten, humiliated, and strip-searched in Hasharon Prison in northern Israel, explaining that Israel detains 90 female prisoners in its prisons, including 50 from the Gaza Strip, in harsh conditions.

On Thursday, the Palestinian Prisoners' Club issued a statement saying that it had obtained testimonies proving that Palestinian female prisoners were subjected to severe beatings, humiliation, and strip searches during their transfer to Hasharon Prison in northern Israel.

The statement included testimonies from female prisoners who were released and others who are still in detention.

One of the female prisoners (A.S.) said: “Me and a female prisoner arrived at Hasharon Prison. They put us into a cell with a floor full of water and an unusable bathroom, then we were transferred to another cell.”

She added: "We were subjected to a strip search by female guards, and one of the female guards hit me in the face, after I was severely beaten during my arrest."

While she said to prisoner (N.S.): “Three female guards came and treated me brutally and in a very humiliating manner. They insulted me with the worst words all the time without stopping. They forced me to walk with my limbs tied and a blindfold over my eyes. And all the time while I was being transported, the prison guard was saying, ‘This is not your country. Leave.’” Of which".

She confirmed: “I and a group of female prisoners who were detained on the same night were subjected to a strip search when we entered the cell, and after we were taken out one by one, they tied our hands and feet.”

According to the statement, “In the prison corridor there is a cell with an open window, and the cold air is unbearable, especially at night. The mattresses and covers are not suitable for use because they are dirty and smell very bad, and whoever stands in the cell door can see who is using the bathroom.”

Other testimonies explained that "there is no kind of privacy for the prisoner, except for the proximity of the cells to the cells of civilian prisoners who scream all the time."

The statement indicated that the testimonies of male and female prisoners about torture and abuse continue in an unprecedented and escalating manner after last October 7.

According to the Prisoners' Club, Israel detains 90 female prisoners in its prisons, including 50 from the Gaza Strip who are being held in very harsh conditions.

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