Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported on Saturday at night that five residents were injured in two separate Israeli air strikes that targeted the Jabalia refugee camp, and Gaza city. One resident died of wounds sustained two weeks ago.The sources stated that the army shelled a target in Jabalia refugee camp, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip moderately injuring two residents.
Dr. Moawiya Hassanen, head of the Emergency Unit at the Palestinian Ministry of Health, reported that the two residents were injured after the Israeli air force shelled a building close to the police station in the center of the heavily populated refugee camp.
Moreover, three residents were injured in an Israeli air strike that targeted Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, in Gaza City.
The army carried a further air strike that targeted a security post close to Abu Yousef Al Najjar hospital, in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, no injuries were reported.
In a separate incident, one resident identified as Imad Shabana, 37, died of wounds sustained on Thursday May 17.
Shabana was seriously injured when the Israeli air force fired missiles at a Palestinian vehicle in Al Jala’ neighborhood, east of Gaza City.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health reported on Saturday evening that 47 residents were killed, and 176 were injured since the Israeli army stepped up its military escalation against the Gaza Strip since May 17. 31 of the injured residents are in serious conditions.
543 residents, including 192 children, suffered nervous breakdowns due to the continuous Israeli military attacks.