The first day of Ramadan, The occupation commits 7 massacres and targets the tents of the displaced in Gaza The first day of Ramadan, The occupation commits 7 massacres and targets the tents of the displaced in Gaza

The first day of Ramadan, The occupation commits 7 massacres and targets the tents of the displaced in Gaza

The first day of Ramadan, The occupation commits 7 massacres and targets the tents of the displaced in Gaza

On the 157th day of its war on the Gaza Strip, which coincides with the first day of the month of Ramadan, the occupation army continued its intense bombardment throughout the Strip, leaving dozens dead and wounded in 7 massacres, while about 2,000 health personnel in the north began the month of Ramadan without suhoor or breakfast meals.

On the 157th day of the devastating Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, which coincides with the first day of the month of Ramadan, dozens of Palestinians, most of them children and women, were martyred and injured in occupation bombing on various areas of the Strip.

The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip said in a statement on Monday that the Israeli occupation army committed 7 massacres in the Gaza Strip within 24 hours, leaving 67 martyrs and 106 injured.

She pointed out that "the number of victims of the Israeli war has risen to 31,112 martyrs and 72,760 injured since October 7."

A number of Palestinians were martyred and injured at dawn on Monday, the first day of Ramadan, in a series of Israeli raids that targeted homes in various areas of the Gaza Strip.

Eyewitnesses reported that 3 martyrs were killed and a number of others were injured as a result of the Israeli aircraft bombing the Barakat family home in the Al-Geneina neighborhood, east of the city of Rafah.

Artillery also launched heavy bombardment on the eastern areas of the city of Rafah, in addition to targeting agricultural land near the Egyptian-Palestinian border in the Al-Salam neighborhood in the same city.

Violent explosions rocked the southern areas of the city of Khan Yunis as a result of air strikes that targeted agricultural lands and empty homes.

In the northern Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Civil Defense Service said, in a brief statement, that its crews were able to recover a number of martyrs and wounded after the aircraft targeted the home of the Abu Nasser family in the town of Beit Lahia.

In Gaza City, eyewitnesses said that martyrs and wounded were killed in a bombing that targeted a house for the Al-Dahdouh family in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of the city.


Targeting displaced people

For its part, the Palestinian Wafa News Agency reported that the occupation forces targeted tents for the displaced in the coastal Al-Mawasi area, southwest of the Gaza Strip, leading to the death and injury of dozens.

According to the Israeli occupation army’s classification, Al-Mawasi is considered a safe humanitarian zone.

On Sunday evening, ambulance crews recovered the bodies of 10 martyrs, including children and women, from a house belonging to the Ashour family near the Al-Dahdouh roundabout in the Tal Al-Hawa neighborhood, southwest of Gaza City, and they were transferred to Al-Shifa Hospital.


The humanitarian and relief situation

Relief-wise, planes from the United States, Egypt, the Emirates, and Jordan continue to drop food aid on the Gaza Strip, and talk has stopped about who was responsible for the incident where parachutes fell directly on Gazans, which resulted in the death of 5 of them and the injury of 10 in Gaza City. The country that was behind the air drop has not been confirmed. .

In turn, the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced that 2,000 health personnel in the northern Gaza Strip will begin the month of Ramadan without suhoor or iftar meals.

Ministry spokesman Ashraf Al-Qudra said in a statement: “Medical teams are working around the clock in northern Gaza and do not find anything to feed on.”

He added: "The medical teams in northern Gaza lost their bodies as a result of the lack of meals."

He continued: "More than 2,000 health personnel in northern Gaza will begin Ramadan without suhoor or iftar meals."

He called on international and relief institutions to "provide ready-made meals to enable medical teams to carry out their work."

The month of Ramadan this year comes with the continuation of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip since last October 7, amid Arab and international efforts to establish a ceasefire as soon as possible.

As a result of the war and Israeli restrictions, the residents of Gaza, especially the Gaza and North governorates, are on the verge of famine, in light of a severe scarcity of food, water, medicine and fuel supplies, with the displacement of about two million Palestinians from the Strip, which has been besieged by Israel for 17 years.

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