On Wednesday, day 264 of the Israeli assault on the entire civilian population of the Gaza Strip, a number of Palestinians were killed, and many others were injured, and dozens of homes, buildings, residential apartments, and public and private property were destroyed, in renewed bombing by the Israeli occupation, by land, sea and air, on various areas of the Gaza Strip.

Medical sources reported that four Palestinians were killed, and eight others were injured, when Israeli occupation aircraft bombed the Abu Awad family home, in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip.

The same sources added that a number of Palestinians were killed and others were injured, as a result of the Israeli occupation army firing tank shells towards various neighborhoods in Gaza City, including: Al-Zaytoun, Al-Sabra, and Tal Al-Hawa.

The Israeli occupation artillery targeted the eastern area of ​​the Bureij camp, and agricultural land west of the Nuseirat camp, in the center of the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli occupation army artillery also fired dozens of shells towards the northeastern areas of the city of Khan Yunis.

The Israeli occupation army blew up residential buildings in the vicinity of the Zoroub roundabout, west of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, coinciding with violent artillery shelling in the center and west of the city.

Motasem Dalloul reported that a complete family was wiped out of the civil registry:

Father, mother, five children and their 77-year-old grandmother were the victims of #Israeli_bombing of Abdul Fattah Hammoud School —refugee shelter— in #Gaza_City tonight!

The death toll in the Gaza Strip rose, according to medical sources, to 37,658 Palestinians killed and 86,237 injured since October 7th, 2023, the majority of whom were children and women, while thousands of victims remain under the rubble since the start of the Israeli occupation aggression on the seventh of last October.