The government media office said Gaza strip The occupation army carried out 1,200 massacres during the past 40 days, which led to the death of 11,500 civilians, including 4,710 children and 3,160 women, in addition to 3,640 missing persons, including 1,770 children who are still under the rubble.
A spokesman for the government office confirmed, in a press conference, that 200 members of the medical team, including doctors, paramedics, and nurses, were martyred, as were 22 civil defense personnel and 51 journalists.
The number of infections exceeded 29,800, with children and women representing more than 70% of them, at a time when 95 government headquarters and 255 schools were destroyed, including 63 that were completely out of service.
The last of these schools targeted by the occupation was the Gifted School in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood in Gaza City, which witnessed a massacre that left dozens of martyrs and wounded, including children whose bodies were completely charred, according to the government statement.
The occupation also completely destroyed 74 mosques and 162 partially, in addition to 3 churches, directly targeted 55 ambulances, and completely put 25 hospitals and 52 health centers out of service.
The spokesman said that the occupation forces stormed on Wednesday Al-Shifa Medical Complex He demolished the hospital wall and brought tanks and hundreds of heavily armed soldiers into it, confirming that Israeli snipers were on the roofs of the place.
He confirmed that the soldiers beat a number of medical teams, patients, wounded, and displaced people, and forced them to take off their clothes. He said that they forced some doctors to leave their workplaces, assaulted them with insults, and interrogated them at gunpoint.
The spokesman held the occupation government and the international community, especially the United States, fully responsible for the organized war crimes committed by the Israelis against hospitals and civilians, specifically in the Al-Shifa Complex, as he put it.
He called for the immediate and permanent opening of the Rafah land crossing so that it would be a safe passage through which aid and medical supplies would flow to the Palestinians and to hospitals and various relief centers.
He also called for the urgent delivery of fuel to the Gaza Strip’s hospitals before the humanitarian catastrophe, which he said was already worsening, worsened, and so that medical teams could provide health services.
He added, “We remind the world that we are on the cusp of a new crime, after announcing the complete cessation of communications and Internet service in the Gaza Strip tomorrow, Thursday, due to running out of fuel.”
The spokesman also warned of “the serious repercussions and disastrous consequences resulting from the announcement of cutting off communications and the Internet from the sector.”
He said that this cut “will contribute to completely concealing all the war crimes committed by the Israeli occupation army around the clock against hospitals and against 2.3 million people living in Gaza.”