Gaza Holocaust: Nazi Missiles Kill Dozens Of Palestinians

Nazi occupation army continued the targeting of homes, residential buildings, schools, and hospitals in several parts of the Gaza Strip, killing dozens of Palestinians and causing scores of injuries.

The bombings targeted various parts of Gaza, leading to dozens of casualties, mostly women and children.

Medical sources said the Nazi army killed dozens of Palestinians, mostly women and children, after firing missiles at the homes of the Dheir, Rabea’ and Abu Shallouf families near Abu Yousef Najjar Hospital in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

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The sources added that dozens of Palestinians were injured and that many remain buried under the rubble.

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The Nazi army also bombed the Indonesian Hospital and the Al-Awda Hospital in northern Gaza, killing twelve Palestinians, including one doctor.

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Many Palestinians were also killed and injured by Nazi missiles while trying to escape the bombardment of the Indonesian hospital.

In addition, sources at the Shifa Medical Center in Gaza said the Nazi army is holding captive more than 200 patients and medical staff and is using them as human shields.

The medical facility remained surrounded and isolated and had to stop all of its services after running out of medical supplies and after being targeted by Nazi shells, leading to the death of twelve patients and the injury of two medical workers.

Furthermore, the Israeli army fired a barrage of missiles and shells into several areas northwest of Khan Younis in southern Gaza, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians, mostly women and children, especially the dozens of deaths in Hamad City.

The Nazi army also fired missiles at a number of areas in Bani Soheila town, east of Khan Younis.

Sources at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis said it received the corpses of 24 Palestinians and at least 24 wounded Palestinians, mostly women and children.

In Gaza City, dozens of Palestinians were killed, and scores injured by Nazi missiles targeting the Zeitoun School in the Asqoula area.

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The Nazi army also fired missiles at many homes in the Zeitoun neighborhood, Rimal neighborhood, and the Sabra area in Gaza City, killing and wounding many Palestinians, while dozens remain buried under the rubble.

Also, the army fired missiles at Al-Kuwait School, where dozens of families were sheltering, causing dozens of casualties.

Palestinian medics and rescue operators were unable to reach the school due to the tight siege the army imposed around the Indonesian Hospital.

It is worth mentioning that, on Saturday, the army killed dozens of Palestinians sheltering with their children in the Al-Fakhoura School and Tal Az-Za’tar School in Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza.

In the Al-Boreij refugee camp in central Gaza, dozens of Palestinians were killed and injured after the army fired shells at the Secondary Schook in the Bloc 12 area.

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While the exact number of slain Palestinians remains unknown due to the constant bombing and the massive destruction, the Palestinian Health Ministry said Nazi 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.

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