On Monday morning, Israeli warplanes launched violent raids on central and southern areas Gaza stripWhich resulted in the fall of 8 new martyrs, bringing the toll to about 170 martyrs during the past 24 hours, coinciding with the continuation of fierce clashes between the resistance and the occupation forces in several axes.
Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that an Israeli raid targeted – at dawn today – a house west of Deir al-Balah (central Gaza Strip), leaving 8 martyrs and dozens injured and missing.
The reporter added that at dawn, Israeli fighter jets launched a series of violent raids on Al-Maghazi camp, which is also located in the middle of the Gaza Strip.
Yesterday, the Israeli occupation army committed new massacres against civilians, resulting in the death of 160 Palestinians and the injury of 250 others.
In the northern Gaza Strip, Al Jazeera correspondent Anas Al-Sharif reported – citing eyewitnesses – that at least 60 Palestinians were martyred in a bombing that targeted a house in the Al-Faluga area of the Jabalia camp.
Al-Sharif said that the house was inhabited by residents and displaced people, and that most of the victims were children and women.
Bombing an UNRWA school
In the central Gaza Strip, an Al Jazeera correspondent reported that more than 30 Palestinians were martyred and about 50 injured as a result of an Israeli bombing that targeted Al-Maghazi Primary School, affiliated with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (RWA).UNRWA) and shelters displaced people.
Al Jazeera documented the remains of the bodies of the martyrs inside the besieged school and the destruction that occurred to it.
In the same area, Al Jazeera's correspondent said that fires broke out in Salah al-Din StreetActivists broadcast pictures of the fires that broke out after the Israeli occupation forces bombed the area.
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71 Palestinians – including 14 children – were martyred in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, during the past 24 hours as a result of the continued intense Israeli air, land and sea bombardment.
Among the martyrs were journalists Mustafa Thuraya and Hamza Al-Dahdouh (son of colleague Wael Al-Dahdouh). The occupation army targeted their car with missiles while they were heading to Rafah.
Also in Khan Yunis, pictures showed the moment the Israeli occupation forces blew up an entire residential square using explosives.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza announced – yesterday, Sunday – that the toll of the Israeli aggression on the Strip since the seventh of last October had risen to 22,835 martyrs and 58,416 wounded.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian resistance is engaged in fierce clashes in the fighting areas in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.
Al-Aqsa TV reported that violent clashes took place this morning between the resistance and the forces penetrating east of Khan Yunis.
The fighting has become largely concentrated in Khan Yunis and in the camps in the center of the Strip, especially Bureij and Al-Maghazi.
The Israeli army announced – the day before yesterday, Saturday – that it was focusing its operations on the center and south of the Gaza Strip and its south, after it was able – according to its claim – to dismantle the military structure of the movement. agitation North of the Strip, although it is still being attacked by the resistance there.
Soroka Hospital in Beersheba announced yesterday that it had received 8 people wounded in the Gaza battles on its side.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said yesterday, Sunday, that the war on Gaza will continue “until victory,” while Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galat stated that military operations will continue until the detainees in Gaza return, according to what was reported by the Times of Israel newspaper.