The occupation continues to target children and women in Gaza The occupation continues to target children and women in Gaza

The occupation continues to target children and women in Gaza

The occupation continues to target children and women in Gaza

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza announced today, Saturday, that the death toll from the Israeli war on the Strip has risen to “34,971 martyrs and 78,641 injuries” since October 7, 2023.

The Health Ministry said in its daily statistical report: “The Israeli occupation is committing 4 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 28 martyrs and 69 injuries to hospitals during the past 24 hours.”

She added: "The toll of the Israeli aggression has risen to 34,971 martyrs and 78,641 injuries since the seventh of last October."

She pointed out that "there are still a number of victims under the rubble and on the roads, and ambulance and civil defense crews cannot reach them."


Bodies found in Al-Shifa Complex

The Gaza Ministry of Health also announced that 80 bodies were found in 3 mass graves in the courtyards of the Shifa Medical Complex in Gaza City, in addition to dozens more inside the complex’s sections.

She said that, so far, she has found more than 520 bodies in 7 mass graves in the Gaza Strip’s hospitals, which were discovered over the past months after the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Al-Shifa Hospital, Nasser Medical Complex, Kamal Adwan Hospital, and others.

The Ministry of Health stated that "310 medical personnel are detained by the Israeli occupation," demanding their immediate release.

Targeting children and women

In a related context, the number of martyrs when the Israeli occupation army bombed the home of the Al-Louh and Al-Khatib families in the Al-Zawaida neighborhood in the central Gaza Strip rose to 26 people.

Press reports also reported that 9 Palestinians were martyred and others were injured, most of them women and children, as a result of an Israeli bombing that targeted a house for a Coptic family in the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip.

In the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, 7 Palestinians were killed as a result of an Israeli bombing that targeted a house.

This comes in conjunction with the expansion of Israeli forces into their areas of incursion into the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, south of Gaza City, amid intense bombardment of various areas in the neighborhood.


An Israeli prisoner is killed

For its part, the Al-Qassam Brigades, Abu Ubaida, announced the death of prisoner Nadav Bublabil (51 years old), who holds British citizenship, after an Israeli attack on his place of detention a month ago.

Al-Qassam added in a statement that the prisoner's "health deteriorated and he died because he did not receive medical care due to the occupation's destruction of hospitals."

Earlier today, Saturday, the Israeli occupation army said in a statement that it "directed residents of Jabalia and neighboring neighborhoods to temporarily move to shelters west of Gaza City following Hamas's attempts to reorganize its ranks there."

Since last Thursday, Israeli forces have continued their incursion into the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood and areas in the Al-Sabra and Tal Al-Hawa neighborhoods, south of Gaza City, and are carrying out massive bombing operations in these areas, resulting in dozens of deaths and injuries in addition to widespread material destruction, according to eyewitnesses and Palestinian medical sources. .

Since last October 7, Israel has been waging a war on Gaza that has left about 113,000 dead and wounded, most of them children and women, and nearly 10,000 missing amid massive destruction and famine that has claimed the lives of children and the elderly.

Israel continues the war despite the issuance of a resolution by the UN Security Council to stop the fighting immediately, and also despite the International Court of Justice demanding immediate measures to prevent acts of “genocide” and improve the humanitarian situation in Gaza.

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