Tragic conditions in besieged Gaza hospitals and 107 martyrs in 9 occupation massacres Tragic conditions in besieged Gaza hospitals and 107 martyrs in 9 occupation massacres

Tragic conditions in besieged Gaza hospitals and 107 martyrs in 9 occupation massacres

Tragic conditions in besieged Gaza hospitals and 107 martyrs in 9 occupation massacres

The occupation army continues its aerial and artillery bombardment of various areas of the Gaza Strip, leaving more martyrs and wounded, while Israeli vehicles continue to besiege and bomb hospitals in Khan Yunis, amid international fears of food running out in the Strip due to weak aid.

On the 136th day of the Israeli aggression on Gaza, the occupation army continues to bomb various areas of the Gaza Strip, leaving more martyrs and victims, besieging hospitals and putting the rest of them out of service in light of the lack of water and food in the Gaza Strip.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza announced on Monday, “The toll of the Israeli aggression has risen to 29,92 martyrs and 69,028 injured since the seventh of last October.”

She added in a statement, "The Israeli occupation committed 9 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, claiming 107 martyrs and 145 injuries during the past 24 hours."

A TRT news correspondent reported that the occupation army carried out a series of military operations since Sunday night in Khan Yunis, the central region, and Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

She added that the occupation army launched violent air strikes on Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip, killing 4 martyrs after targeting a house.

In Rafah, the same source reported that Israeli raids targeted a house, resulting in the fall of 5 martyrs, “and 28 people are still under the rubble of the house that was destroyed by the bombing.”

The correspondent also confirmed that occupation army vehicles continue to besiege the Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Yunis, and other forces also penetrated (Monday) the vicinity of the Algeria Specialized Hospital in Abasan, east of the city.

The Palestine Red Crescent Society warned that its Al-Amal Hospital in Khan Yunis would be taken out of service due to the occupation continuing to besiege it and prevent humanitarian and medical aid from entering it, “especially after the occupation army bombed its floors with artillery,” the correspondent added.

For its part, the Palestinian Red Crescent confirmed that the fuel for generating electricity at Al-Amal Hospital in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, had dropped to a dangerous level. It also confirmed that the near running out of food threatens the lives of dozens.

Medical sources reported (Monday) that there were casualties in an Israeli bombing on a house east of the city of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.

In addition, more than 70 Palestinians were martyred on Sunday evening, and others, most of them children and women, were injured in bombing carried out by Israeli occupation aircraft and artillery on Nuseirat, Al-Zawaida, and Deir Al-Balah, according to medical sources.

The Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) said that the bodies of 16 martyrs arrived at hospitals following the continued Israeli bombing of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, “while 5 martyrs, most of them children, were recovered as a result of Israeli bombing on areas in the northern Gaza Strip.”

According to the agency, Israeli bombing targeted the neighborhoods of Al-Shuja'iya, Al-Zaytoun, Tal Al-Hawa, and Sheikh Ajlin in Gaza City, and drones and reconnaissance planes flew at low altitudes over various areas of Rafah.

In the same context, the Gaza Municipality said that the Israeli occupation is destroying sanitation facilities in the city, which is “going through a serious disaster,” calling on international institutions to quickly intervene and limit the expansion of the disaster and the spread of diseases.

Tragic overcrowding of patients

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced that “150 patients without medical care are unable to move, crowded inside the rooms and corridors of the old building in the Nasser Medical Complex.”

A statement from the ministry added that the situation comes “after the arrest of 70 of the complex’s management and medical staff,” and that “the occupation refuses to evacuate patients to receive treatment in other hospitals, which puts their lives in danger.”


The Ministry explained that "among the patients are 7 in intensive care, 5 receiving dialysis sessions, and 3 children in the nursery unit, in addition to cases of burns, amputations, quadriplegia, childbirth, and others."

Later, the Ministry of Health announced that it was able to evacuate 14 patients from inside the hospital through the efforts of the World Health Organization. These are “5 receiving dialysis sessions, in addition to 3 cases in intensive care.”

Earlier on Sunday, the spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf Al-Qudra, said that the Israeli occupation army had taken Nasser Hospital, which had been besieging it for some time, out of service and turned it into a military barracks.

He explained that the army arrested and assaulted patients and medical staff in the hospital, causing the death of 8 patients.

On Thursday, Israeli forces stormed the Nasser complex, which is the largest and most important in the southern Gaza Strip, after forcing thousands of displaced people to leave it, according to eyewitnesses and official Palestinian sources.


"Not enough food for Gaza"

On the other hand, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said, “The expansion of the Israeli military operation in the city of Rafah, south of Gaza, threatens to cut off the lifeline of aid to the Strip, as there is not enough food.”


The UN agency said, “The expansion of the Israeli military operation in Rafah threatens to cut off the lifeline of aid to the Strip, causing more suffering.”

Israel is currently announcing its intention to invade Rafah, in the southern region crowded with displaced people, after it forcefully removed the residents of the north and directed them to the south, claiming that it is a “safe area.”

Since October 7, 2023, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that has left tens of thousands of civilians martyred and wounded, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and massive destruction of infrastructure, which led to Tel Aviv being brought before the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide.” Collective.”


Hebrew media reveals "horrific violations" against Hamas prisoners in occupation prisons

The private Israeli Channel 13 broadcast a report containing horrific violations against Palestinian detainees, whom it described as “elite Hamas fighters” in Israeli prisons. The violations included types of physical and psychological torture and harassment, especially in detention centers.

Hebrew media revealed that Palestinian prisoners from the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), which it described as elite fighters, were subjected to torture and abuse in Israeli occupation prisons.

The private Israeli Channel 13 indicated in a report on Sunday that detainees from “elite members of the Hamas-affiliated Al-Qassam Brigades” are suffering severe and difficult procedures and are crowded into very small cells “amid hunger, cold, and hardship.”

She explained that Hamas prisoners "suffer very difficult conditions, as they are always shivering from the cold, and are forced to bend their heads while sitting on the ground. The cell rooms are very small, and the beds are unmade and without covers."

The report shows that there are police dogs that accompany the jailers every time they check on these prisoners.

According to the television report, “More than 5 prisoners are confined in one very small cell, and the food provided to them is very little.”

There was no comment from the Israeli authorities or Palestinian prisoner institutions on what was broadcast by the Hebrew channel.

Israel claims that it is arresting dozens of members of the elite unit of the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, who participated in “Operation Al-Aqsa Flood” on October 7, 2023, on Israeli settlements and military bases in the vicinity of the Gaza Strip, without the occupation clarifying the number of these prisoners or Their place of detention.

Last December, the far-right Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, instructed his authorities to detain Hamas prisoners in an underground prison that had not been used for years.

Earlier, the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Observatory said that it had received new testimonies about Palestinian detainees from the Gaza Strip - including women and children - being subjected to severe torture and treatment that degrades human dignity, including nudity and sexual harassment or the threat thereof, calling for urgent international action. To stop these violations.

Testimonies of torture

M.N., preferring not to reveal his name, said: “They arrested me from my home in the Al-Amal neighborhood, west of Khan Yunis,” noting that he informed them of his illness and that he could not move, “but they did not care.” He added: "They forced me to take off my clothes. They took me to a demolished house. I felt like I was being used as a human shield. Later, they arrested more and took us on a cruel journey of torture to a detention center consisting of an iron cage."

The 70-year-old added that he and the detainees were beaten and insulted daily, adding: “We did not drink water inside the prison for 4 days. They used to pour water on the floor in front of us, until they tortured us while we were thirsty. All the time we were sitting on our knees, eating little, and going to the bathroom.” Once".

As for “K.N,” he said: “They arrested me at the checkpoint and forced me to take off my clothes, and I was severely beaten. We were covering ourselves with blankets filled with water. We were unnaturally cold, and we did not drink water.”

He added: "They threatened to rape my family, and asked for information that I did not know. They were forcing us to insult certain factions and personalities and to cheer for Israel, and to say that the dog that is allowed to maul us is the crown of our head."

Meanwhile, former detainee “G” indicated that she was arrested at the Salah al-Din road checkpoint during her displacement.

She continued: "They asked me to go to a sand berm. There they put a blindfold on my eyes, searched me with their hands, and asked me about Hamas and the tunnels. Then they moved me to an open place, then they took me to a detention center. They forced me to take off my clothes. There were soldiers watching and making obscene comments." She pointed out that they gave her only home clothes and no underwear to wear.

In response to “daily Israeli attacks against the Palestinian people and their holy sites, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque,” ​​on October 7, 2023, Hamas and other Palestinian factions launched the “Al-Aqsa Flood” attack against Israeli military bases and settlements in the vicinity of Gaza.

In that attack, about 1,200 Israelis were killed and about 240 were captured. Hamas exchanged about 110 of them with Israel, which holds more than 7,800 Palestinians in its prisons, during a truce that lasted a week until December 1, mediated by Qatari-Egyptian-American.

The devastating Israeli war on Gaza since October 7 has left tens of thousands dead and injured, most of them women and children, massive destruction of infrastructure and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe, according to the Gaza Strip authorities and the United Nations.

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