Thu, 30 Nov 2023

GAZA, SANA - Scores of Palestinian civilians were murdered and many others injured today as the Israeli genocide campaign in Gaza continues for the 42nd day in a row. The Israeli airstrikes also resulted in massive destruction to homes and infrastructure, according to WAFA news agency.

Wafa mentioned that four civilians were killed in an Israeli airstrike which targeted a house in the southern city of Khan Yunis. Additionally, several people were killed and injured in the Israeli shelling of a house in the nearby town of Bani Suhaila, located to the east of the city.

Furthermore, at least 18 civilians, including children and women, lost their lives in an airstrike that targeted a house in the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza.

In the northern region of Jabalia, a densely populated city, dozens of civilians were killed and injured as Israeli warplanes relentlessly targeted residential squares with a series of airstrikes.

The assault extended to the vicinity of the Indonesian Hospital, with the Israeli occupation forces intensifying their bombardment in the area.

With all hospitals in Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip out of service due to the dire conditions at the Baptist Hospital and the Indonesian Hospital in Beit Lahia, the situation has become increasingly critical. Tank incursions by Israeli occupation forces around the Jordanian Field Hospital have also added to the challenges faced by medical teams, WAFA added.

Gaza has also been cut off from the outside world, with a complete disruption of landline and mobile telecommunications and internet services. The Israeli blockade, the depletion of fuel necessary to operate key network components, and the ongoing massacres across the Gaza Strip have contributed to the isolation and deteriorating humanitarian crisis in the region.

Since the beginning of the continuous Israeli aggression on Gaza on October 7, nearly 11,500 Palestinians, including over 4,700 children and 3,155 women, have been killed, with nearly 29,000 others wounded.

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