Half a hundred people were killed in 24 hours in the Israeli attack on Gaza

Last Updated on July 10, 2024 7:55 am

At least 50 people were killed in the last 24 hours in the Israeli attack on Gaza. Dozens were injured. The Ministry of Health of Gaza gave this information. Al-Jazeera news

Israeli army tanks entered several districts of Gaza City such as Shujaiya, Sabra and Tal al-Hawa. Residents there reported fierce fighting.

Hamas’s armed wing and Palestinian Islamic Jihad say they have battled Israeli forces with anti-tank rockets and mortar fire in Tal al-Hawa, causing casualties.

Residents of Gaza City reported explosions and several gunfights, as well as helicopter strikes in the southwestern neighborhood during the night.

Israel announced that Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad fighters were operating in Gaza City. Since then, the Israeli army began to monitor Gaza City.

A woman named Maha Mahfouz fled from Zeitoun in Gaza City with her two children. Many Palestinians like him have fled the area. He said, their area is not included in the order to evacuate. But they fled in fear. Because the bombardment and shelling were close to them.

Meanwhile, seven people were killed in an explosion at a house in Gaza’s Nuseirat refugee camp. On the other hand, six people were killed in an attack on a house in Al-Jala Street in the northern part of Gaza City. Another three were killed in a bomb attack in nearby Lababida.

Indonesian hospital director Marwan Al-Sultan said 80 patients and wounded Palestinians from Al-Ahli Hospital came to his hospital.

Marwan Al-Sultan said, many cases require emergency surgery. Many gunshot wounds to the head require immediate care. Fuel and medical supplies are running out.

He said that 16 bodies have arrived in his hospital, half of them women and children. Civil Defense spokesman Mahmoud Basal said the military bombarded the Jaffa area of ​​Gaza City. Many were seen lying down. Could not be rescued.

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