On Thursday, Day 237 of the ongoing genocide of the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army continued the bombing, shelling, and firing of live rounds, at various parts of the devastated, destroyed, and starved coastal enclave, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians, including women and children.

Shortly after the Israeli tanks withdrew from the center of the Jabalia refugee camp, in northern Gaza, the Palestinians, including medics and rescue teams, managed to enter the area and observed the enormous level of destruction of dozens of homes and buildings and the infrastructure.

The army fired shells and missiles at the Palestinians who returned to the refugee camp to inspect their homes, or the rubble, killing at least twelve Palestinians and wounding dozens, before they were moved to the Baptist Hospital in Gaza City, as there are no remaining functional hospitals in northern Gaza.

Israeli tanks and armored vehicles were also seen deployed near the Civil Administration Office on Salahuddin Street, in Gaza.

The extensive Israeli invasion and bombing of the Jabalia refugee camp continued for two weeks, leaving dozens of deaths and hundreds of injuries, in addition to the massive destruction of property and infrastructure.

In Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza, at least eight Palestinians were killed and many injured, when the army fired a missile at a home for the Adwan family.

The army also fired a missile at the home of the Shaweesh family in the city, causing many casualties.

Furthermore, at least eight Palestinians, including three women and two children, were killed, and many, including women and children, were injured, when the army fired a missile at a home in Beit Lahia city, in northern Gaza.

In addition, the Israeli army fired missiles and shells at the Al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza, killing and wounding many Palestinians.

Medical sources said the corpses of many of the slain Palestinians were severely mutilated by the Israeli missiles and shells.

A father, his wife, and several siblings were among at least thirteen slain Palestinians, while many more were injured when the army fired missiles at two homes for the As-Sous and Al-Hoor families, in the Al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza. Many of the injured Palestinians were in their homes near the bombarded homes, and many remain under the rubble.

The slain Palestinians from the Al-Sous family are, a father Zeid As-Sous, the father, the mother Ghada, their sons, Hamza, Zeid, Mahmoud, Kholoud and Hiba.

Furthermore, the army fired a missile at a home near the An-Nour Mosque in Bloc 9 in the Al-Boreij refugee camp, destroying the property and causing fire and damage to the surrounding homes and buildings.

The army also fired missiles at the Nusseirat refugee camp, in central Gaza, killing and injuring several Palestinians.

Among the slain Palestinians are three from the same family, Tareq and his brother Hamza Zaki Darwish, and Abdul-Rahman Abdul-Karim Darwish, who were also humanitarian relief volunteers, were killed when the army fired a missile at their car in the Al-Hilu Street in Nusseirat refugee camp, also causing many injuries.

They were among a group of Palestinians cooking food for the displaced families in central Gaza.

In Rafah, in Gaza’s southmost part, Israeli missiles and shells killed around 19 Palestinians and injured dozens in several parts of the city in less than 24 hours.

The army targeted many homes, and residential blocks in Rafah, including a Police Station in the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood, in the western part of the city, in addition to the Yibna refugee camp and parts of the Shaboura neighborhood, in the center and the southern parts of the city.

Medical sources said at least two Palestinians were killed, and many were injured in the Saudi neighborhood and Al-Iskan Al-Ahmar area, west of Rafah.

The sources added that four Palestinians were killed, and many were injured by Israeli artillery shells in the Laffet Bader area, in the northern part of Rafah.

Moreover, the army continued the detonation and destruction of dozens of homes in addition to the firing of artillery shells, in the eastern parts of Rafah.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, said its fighters targeted, in two separate attacks, at least eight soldiers in Rafah and added that its fighters also fired many shells at the area across the perimeter fence.

The Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad, said its fighters fired mortar shells at soldiers in Rafah.

On its part, the Israeli army said two of its soldiers were killed in gun battles with Palestinian fighters in Gaza.

Israel has now killed at least 36.224 Palestinians, and injured more than 81.777, mostly elders, women, and children, in addition to the thousands who remain missing, largely under the rubble of bombarded homes and buildings, in all parts of the coastal enclave since October 7, 2023.