Fears of famine: Dozens killed in Gaza and hospitals continue to be bombed and put out of service Fears of famine: Dozens killed in Gaza and hospitals continue to be bombed and put out of service

Fears of famine: Dozens killed in Gaza and hospitals continue to be bombed and put out of service

Fears of famine: Dozens killed in Gaza and hospitals continue to be bombed and put out of service

The Israeli occupation continues its aggression against the Gaza Strip by land, sea and air for the 134th day in a row, which led to the death and injury of dozens of citizens. The occupation bombed Al-Amal Hospital, while Nasser Hospital was out of service amid increasing fears of the threat of famine in the Gaza Strip.

More than 127 Palestinians were martyred and 205 were injured in an Israeli bombing targeting various areas of the Gaza Strip, coinciding with the deterioration of living conditions in the northern Gaza Strip, while the occupation forces continue to bomb Al-Amal Hospital, coinciding with the World Health Organization’s announcement that the Nasser Medical Complex will be out of service after being besieged for days by the occupation forces. .

In the latest toll announced by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, the number of martyrs rose to 28,985, the majority of whom were women and children, and the wounded to 68,883, since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip on the seventh of last October.

The Ministry said in a statement on Sunday that the Israeli occupation committed 13 massacres, killing 127 martyrs and 205 injured within 24 hours.

Local media reported that dozens had been martyred since yesterday evening, Saturday, in an Israeli bombing that targeted 10 homes in various areas in the central Gaza Strip. One of the targeted homes belonged to the Hamad family in the Al-Zawaida area, where at least 13 people were martyred, while dozens are still under the rubble.

A woman was martyred and two other civilians, most of them children, were injured when the Israeli occupation forces bombed the home of the Al-Tawashi family in Deir Al-Balah. The condition of some of them is serious in light of the lack of personnel and the scarcity of medical supplies. Two Palestinians were also killed and injured in a raid that hit a house in the Al-Musalba area, south of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in the central Gaza Strip.

In Rafah in the south, Israeli gunboats bombed the city's coast, and 7 Palestinians were martyred and others, including children, were injured in an Israeli bombing that targeted agricultural land housing displaced people north of Rafah.

In Gaza City, which has been subjected to heavy bombardment since last night, two Palestinians were martyred and two others were injured in a bombing that targeted a house on Mansoura Street, east of the Shuja'iya neighborhood.


Bombing the third floor of Al Amal Hospital

The Red Crescent Society confirmed that the Israeli occupation targeted with artillery shelling the third floor of Al-Amal Hospital in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip. The vicinity of Al Amal Hospital was subjected to violent bombardment, which led to material damage to the hospital building.

For weeks, Al-Amal Hospital, affiliated with the Red Crescent, has been subjected to repeated attacks by the occupation, which led to the death of dozens of sick and displaced citizens. The Israeli occupation continues to besiege and target Al-Amal Hospital in Khan Yunis for the 27th day in a row, and for two weeks the occupation tanks have been stationed in front of the hospital building.

The occupation prevents the arrival of food, medical supplies and fuel to the hospital, which threatens a humanitarian catastrophe and the cessation of work inside it, in conjunction with continuing shooting towards it around the clock, which limits the movement of staff inside the hospital and exposes the lives of patients and staff to extreme danger.

The occupation continues to arrest 7 Red Crescent crews for the ninth day in a row, who were arrested during the storming of Al-Amal Hospital, while the various means of landline and cellular communications and Internet services continue to be cut off for the 34th day in a row in Khan Yunis Governorate, which led to an interruption of communication between the various crews of the association, according to Palestinian News Agency (Wafa).

Nasser Hospital is out of service

For his part, Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that Nasser Hospital in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, is no longer operating after a siege that lasted more than a week, followed by continuous raids.

Ghebreyesus added, in a statement published on the

He pointed out that about 200 patients are still in the hospital, and at least 20 people need urgent transfer to other hospitals to receive health care, stressing that treatment is the right of every patient, calling for facilitating access to patients and hospitals.

The Israeli army continues its siege of Nasser Hospital, which led to the death of 5 patients in intensive care due to a power outage and the cessation of the oxygen machine. Israeli soldiers target anyone who moves in the hospital. The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced on Saturday that Israeli forces had arrested a large number of the administration and staff of the Nasser Medical Complex in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Strip.

This hospital is one of 11 hospitals still in service out of 36 medical facilities in the Gaza Strip before the war.

42 thousand meters of water networks were destroyed

The Gaza Municipality said that since the beginning of the aggression, the occupation has destroyed 42,000 meters of water lines and networks, 40 wells, 9 tanks, and 480 water valves used in agricultural irrigation networks.

She added that the occupation has been preventing the arrival of fuel necessary to operate water wells since the first of last November.

Meanwhile, fears are increasing about the possibility of famine occurring in the Gaza Strip, especially in the northern regions, due to the severe food shortage, due to the continued Israeli siege and the occupation forces preventing the entry of aid.

In Jabalia camp in the northern Gaza Strip, Muhammad Nassar (50 years old) told Agence France-Presse, “We will not die from bombs, but from hunger.”


Hamas accuses Israel of spreading chaos in Gaza And Egypt: Removing the displaced from Rafah threatens our security

Hamas accused the Israeli occupation of spreading chaos in the Gaza Strip to target the popular incubator of resistance, while Cairo announced that it had informed Tel Aviv that removing the displaced from Palestinian Rafah threatens “Egyptian national security.”

The Hamas movement accused the Israeli occupation of trying to spread “chaos and chaos” in the Gaza Strip and promoting “suspicious calls,” following the Rafah Governorate Police Director’s announcement of the arrest of a number of perpetrators who had committed some thefts and acts in violation of the law recently.

Hamas said in a statement yesterday, Saturday, that the occupation is trying in various ways to target the popular incubator of Palestinian resistance, through its open attempts to spread “chaos and chaos and promote suspicious calls (which it did not clarify).”

She added: "The occupation relies on unruly elements linked to its agendas and hostile to our Palestinian people, their resistance and their struggle."

The movement stressed that the "resistance"'s preoccupation with confronting the aggression will not stand in the way of its protection of the Palestinian people, and it also warned "against exploiting the current circumstances in an attempt to tamper with the internal front."

Hamas called on the Palestinians to be more vigilant and attentive, and to block any attempt to target their steadfastness and steadfastness, or to target their children in the resistance.

Earlier, the Director of Rafah Governorate Police, Brigadier General Riyad Al-Qadi, announced in a press statement that the police had arrested a number of perpetrators who had committed some thefts and acts in violation of the law in the recent period.

On Friday, a limited number of Palestinians burned car tires near the external gate on the Palestinian side of the Rafah crossing between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.

Eyewitnesses said that a number of those near the Rafah land crossing gathered and burned car tires in front of the main gate of the crossing on the Palestinian side, at a time when trucks carrying food aid were scheduled to enter.

On the other hand, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry confirmed that Cairo informed Israel that removing the displaced from the Palestinian Rafah, adjacent to its borders, "is a threat to its national security."

Shukri added during a discussion session on peace and stability in the Middle East, as part of the Munich Security Conference: “Egypt assured Israel that removing the displaced from Rafah in the southern Palestinian Gaza Strip constitutes a threat to our national security,” stressing the necessity of finding a vision for the international community for a two-state solution.

On Friday, Diaa Rashwan, head of the Egyptian Information Service, denied reports that Cairo was preparing an area to shelter Palestinians in Egyptian Rafah, stressing his country’s rejection of that and its non-participation in the “crime of displacement.”

Israel, which killed tens of thousands of Palestinians in its devastating war on the Gaza Strip, forced most of the Palestinians in the northern and central Gaza Strip to flee to the Palestinian city of Rafah, adjacent to Egypt, amid estimates that it currently contains about one million and 400 thousand civilians, amid Israeli threats to invade it.

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