Israeli occupation aircraft launched a series of unprecedented raids on various areas in the city Gaza In the middle of intense flight For drones Over the Gaza Strip, this coincided with a complete cut off of communications and the Internet.
Also according to what was confirmed by Al Jazeera’s correspondent Wael Al-Dahdouh He was close to the bombing sites and was unable to complete his phone call due to the smell of gunpowder, so he was forced to stay away from the microphone for a while so that he could wear a mask to avoid suffocation.
The raids focused on the Al-Ansar area, west of Gaza, which includes the French Cultural Center and the headquarters of the Qatari Repatriation Committee Reconstruction of Gaza.
Al-Dahdouh said that the bombing was not more than 50 to 60 meters away from him, and stressed that there is no safe place in Gaza, and if there was, it would not be safer than where Al Jazeera broadcasts.
Al-Dahdouh initially rejected the request of Al-Jazeera broadcaster – Abdel Salam Fareh, who was speaking to him on the air – to move away from the place where he heard the very loud sound of the bombing, in order to preserve his safety.
But Wael responded by saying that it was very difficult to move anywhere else in light of this widespread and very violent bombing, and he insisted on continuing to report what was happening near him.
The Al Jazeera broadcaster ended his intervention, fearing for the safety of the team when the explosions came from the camera in a way that presented a danger to them.
After his return, Al-Dahdouh said that the bombing had spread throughout the entire Strip, specifically Gaza City, and that phosphorous bombs were dropped on the northern outskirts of the Beach Camp and on the northwest and south of the city.
The raids began from the northwestern regions and then extended westward to the regions of Al-Ansar, the Southern Sands, Tal Al-Hawa, Al-Sabra, and in the vicinity of Al-Shifa Hospital, according to Al-Dahdouh, who said that the area from which Al-Jazeera broadcasts received the heaviest strikes, even though they are residential areas.