The Israeli army continued its bombing of various civilian areas across the Gaza Strip, killing dozens of Palestinians, including women and children, and wounding hundreds,
Dozens of Palestinians, including many children and women, were killed by Israeli missiles that struck many areas, including the Al-Fallujah School in Jabalia, in northern Gaza, where hundreds of families were sheltered, and several homes in Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza.
The homes in Jabalia are for the families of Shaflouh, Abu Awwad, Hijazi, Al-Kurdi, and Abu Sultan, near the Jabalia Services Club.
The Israeli missiles also targeted at least nine homes in Beit Lahia, in addition to the cell towers in northern Gaza and Gaza City, shutting all communications down in the targeted areas.
In the Nusseirat refugee camp in central Gaza, at least seventeen Palestinians were killed, and many were injured when the army fired a missile at a home owned by Palestinians from the Hanafi family.
Also, sources at the Al-Aqsa Hospital said that it received the corpses of 70 Palestinians and 130 wounded Palestinians, mainly women and children, who were killed by Israeli missiles Monday, mainly in the Nusseirat refugee camp, and four who were killed in the Al-Mighraqa area, south of Gaza City.
The Israeli army also fired missiles into areas surrounding the Power Plant in the Nusseirat refugee camp.
In addition, a wounded Palestinian man died in a bus transporting families fleeing northern Gaza to areas in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
Two buses, loaded with wounded Palestinians from northern Gaza, managed to make it to hospitals in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, while many patients were admitted to the Gaza European Hospital.
The Maan News agency said a five-day ceasefire might be achieved soon, which include halting all Israeli aerial activities for six hours a day, except in northern Gaza, to grant Palestinian resistance factions the time to gather the abducted Israelis.
According to Maan, the deal includes releasing 100 Israelis and holders of foreign passports, except if they are soldiers, and in return, Israel would release 300 imprisoned children and women in separate groups.
It also includes allowing the entry of 300 trucks loaded with food, medical supplies, and fuel to all parts of the Gaza Strip, in addition to dedicating safe passageways between northern and southern Gaza through the Salahuddin and Ar-Rashid Streets.
Maan also said that the deal, if implemented, will begin by the end of this week and added that Ezzat Resheq, a member of Hamas’s Political Bureau in Qatar, said on Tuesday morning that Qatar would be announcing details about the agreement.
While the exact number of slain Palestinians remains unknown due to the constant bombing and the massive destruction, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Israeli missiles and shells killed at least 12200 Palestinians, including 5000 children, 3250 women, and 690 elders, in addition to more than 4000 Palestinians who remain buried under the rubble of bombarded homes and buildings, and added that at least 29500 Palestinians, mainly women, and children, have been injured.
Among the slain Palestinians are 205 healthcare workers and 36 Civil Defense workers, in addition to 215 wounded medical workers.
The army also fired missiles at 60 ambulances, destroying 55 of them in several parts of the Gaza Strip.
26 out of 35 medical facilities and 52 out of 72 clinics and first aid centers have stopped working due to Israeli bombing after running out of medical supplies and fuel.
In a statement, the United Nations said %70 of the casualties in Gaza are women and children and called for an immediate ceasefire.