On Tuesday, the Israeli army continued the bombing and shelling of various parts of the devastated Gaza Strip, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians, including many children and women.

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The army carried out various strikes from the air, the land, and the sea, targeting densely populated areas in the destroyed coastal enclave, killing and wounding dozens of residents, including children and women.

The Israeli army said one of its officers and four soldiers from the Givaty brigade were killed in gun battles in Gaza.

In central Gaza, at last three Palestinians were killed and many were injured when an Israeli drone fired a missile at Palestinians in the Sahaba Street area.

In Rafah, in Gaza’s southmost part, the army fired a missile at a home in the Nasr neighborhood, in the northern part of the city, killing a child and wounding many Palestinians.

The army also fired missiles at the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood, west of Rafah, killing at least three Palestinians and wounding several others, including children.

In addition, the army fired many artillery shells at areas around the Khirbet Al-Adas area, in addition to bombing the Yibna refugee camp and Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood, in Rafah, causing dozens of casualties.

Also, locals and rescue teams found the corpses of three Palestinians under the rubble of bombarded homes in the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood, west of Rafah.

The three were among the dozens who were killed and injured when the army fired missiles and shells at several parts of Rafah throughout the day, including Tal Al-Sultan and the Al-Barazil neighborhood.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the army committed three massacres of families, killing at least 40 Palestinians and wounding about 120, mostly children and women.

Israel has now killed at least 37.164 Palestinians, and injured more than 84.832, mostly women, children, and elderly, in several parts of the Gaza Strip, since October 7, 2023.

Thousands remain missing, largely under the rubble of bombarded homes and buildings, in alleys, and on streets while rescue and rescue teams have been unable to reach them due to ongoing bombing, massive destruction, and the lack of equipment and fuel.