Dozens of Palestinians were killed, on Sunday, including women and children, while many others were injured from the continued Israeli bombardment of various areas of the besieged and devastated Gaza Strip.
Many Palestinians, including women and children, were killed, on Sunday, when Israeli warplanes and tanks bombarded a number of homes in the city of Khan Younis, in southern Gaza.
According to medical sources, eleven Palestinians were killed when Israeli aircraft fired missiles at the Al-Raqab family home in the town of Bani Suhaila, east of Khan Younis.
At least two people were killed and others were injured when Israeli warplanes bombed the Al-Zoghbi family home, near the Gaza European Hospital, southeast of Khan Younis.
West of Khan Younis, a child was killed and dozens of Palestinian citizens were injured when the Israeli air force bombed the Salama family home in the Al-Amal neighborhood.
Occupation warplanes bombed the Al-Qudra family home in Al-Qarara town, north of Khan Younis, injuring a number of Palestinians, including some critically, while rescue crews continued to try to extract the wounded from under the rubble.
The number of Palestinians killed in the bombing of a home in the Jabalia refugee camp, in the northern Gaza Strip, was increased to nineteen.
In the Al-Sabra neighborhood in Gaza City, missiles were fired at the Al-Salam Mosque, without any reports of injuries.
The Ministry of Health announced that the number of Palestinians killed in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the Israeli aggression on October 7, is 11,180, including 3,100 women and 4,609 children.
It was reported that a United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) school in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip, was targeted by Israeli warplanes overnight.
UNRWA School – Beit Lahia
Israeli warplanes and tanks continued to bombard the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in Gaza City, in the northern Gaza Strip, while tanks besieged the hospital from every side.
WAFA News Agency correspondent reported that the occupation targeted medical units, while drones flew overhead, preventing any of the medical staff, sounded, or displaced people inside from leaving.
He added that tanks fired artillery shells at the cardiac unit and in the vicinity of the hospital, in addition to firing smoke bombs.
Meanwhile, ambulances have been unable to reach the areas of Sheikh Radwan, Tal Al-Hawa, Al-Karama Towers, Al-Maqousi, Sheikh Ajleen, Al-Rimal, and Al-Nasr neighborhoods in the city which have been targeted by Israeli aircraft .
According to medical sources, Israeli forces targeted a group of forty displaced Palestinians who tried leaving the Al-Shifa Medical Complex.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said that there is great difficulty in evacuating the 60 Intensive Care Unit patients, more than 40 premature infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and more than 500 dialysis patients, due to the severity of their conditions.
After a number of days of bombing and siege, the Al-Nasr hospital in Gaza City, all nurses, doctors and displaced Palestinians evacuated, leaving the sick and injured behind.
Occupation tanks fired artillery shells directly at the Al-Quds Hospital in Gaza City, causing panic among the 500 patients and 14,000 displaced Palestinians who have lost or left their homes.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) announced, on Sunday, that its Al-Quds Hospital in Gaza City is now completely out of service, citing the exhaustion of fuel for its electricity generators.
In a press statement, the association that medical staff would continue to provide medical treatment to the patients who remain in the hospital, despite the lack of basic supplies, food, and water.
For his part, the United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, stated in an interview with the American CNN network that the “Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7 does not justify collective punishment of the residents of Gaza.”