After the martyrdom of the child Hind, UNICEF: How many children will die before the nightmare ends? After the martyrdom of the child Hind, UNICEF: How many children will die before the nightmare ends?

After the martyrdom of the child Hind, UNICEF: How many children will die before the nightmare ends?

Commenting on the death of Hind Rajab, 6 years old, in Gaza City, UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell asked: “How many children will die before this nightmare in the Gaza Strip ends?”

Catherine Russell, Executive Director of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), asked on Sunday: "How many children will die before this nightmare in the Gaza Strip ends?"

This came in response to her comment on the martyrdom of the 6-year-old girl, Hind Rajab, in Gaza City.

Russell said, in a post on the UN organization’s account on the “X” platform: “Heartbreaking news that the body of the little girl was found with her relatives and rescue workers who tried to return her safely to her mother.”

Earlier Saturday, the spokeswoman for the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, Nibal Farsakh, said in a press statement: “Sources from the family informed us that they found the child Hind killed inside a vehicle, and in it were 6 bodies of her family members, including the child Layan, while some of the bodies were decomposed.” This happened 12 days after she went missing.

In a statement, the association announced that its ambulance, “which went out to rescue the child Hind 12 days ago, was found bombed in the Tal al-Hawa area (west) with the martyrs of the paramedic crew inside it.”

She continued: "The Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance was found bombed in the Tal Al-Hawa area, and paramedics Youssef Zaino and Ahmed Al-Madhoun were martyred, after their traces were lost during the mission to rescue the child Hind 12 days ago."

On January 29, the Red Crescent ambulance crew went out to rescue the two girls, Layan (15 years old), and Hind, after they were surrounded by Israeli occupation army tanks and soldiers inside a vehicle in which they were found with their family members near the Fares gas station west of Gaza City, according to a statement issued. About the association at that time.

A day later, the association announced the martyrdom of the child Layan when she was “talking on the phone with the Crescent Crescent crew, calling for help, while Hind remained trapped inside the vehicle surrounded by occupation tanks and soldiers.”

During the past two weeks, the Israeli occupation army made a significant re-incursion into several areas of the Gaza Governorate, coinciding with the implementation of military operations and intense air and artillery bombardment, and requested the evacuation of several residential neighborhoods.

At dawn on Saturday, the army withdrew from several areas west of Gaza City, allowing this crime to be exposed.

Since last October 7, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that has left tens of thousands of civilian victims, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and massive destruction of infrastructure, which led to Tel Aviv appearing before the International Court of Justice on charges of “ Genocide".


Hebrew media: The Israeli army robs $55 million from a bank in Gaza

Maariv newspaper reported that the Israeli occupation army seized 200 million shekels, more than $54 million, from the headquarters of the Bank of Palestine in Gaza, which was scheduled to be sent to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah, while neither the Bank of Palestine nor the Palestinian Authority commented on the incident.

The Hebrew newspaper "Maariv" quoted army officers, whom it did not name, that an Israeli force seized 200 million shekels ($54.29 million) a week ago after storming the "Bank of Palestine" in Gaza City.

The officers stated that "Israeli soldiers were in the Al-Rimal neighborhood in the heart of Gaza, and risked their lives to extract hundreds of millions of shekels that were allocated to the Palestinian Authority from the Bank of Palestine."

The newspaper added, "The soldiers seized 200 million shekels from the Bank of Palestine that was scheduled to be sent to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah (the West Bank)."

Israeli occupation army officials told the newspaper that the operation to seize Palestinian funds took place after soldiers came under fire from a sniper in the vicinity of the bank. The force arrived at the bank and then stormed it.

The newspaper asked: “Why should Israeli army soldiers expose themselves to danger in an operation aimed at extracting money that would have reached the Palestinian Authority?”

An Israeli occupation army spokesman told the newspaper, “A week ago, Israeli forces worked at the Bank of Palestine in Gaza to prevent funds from reaching Hamas.”

He added that this step "was based on the decision of the political level, and keeping the money and the party to which it will be transferred is subject to its decision."

As of 11:20 (GMT), the Bank of Palestine, the Palestinian Authority, or Hamas had not commented on this incident.
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