Since October 7, the Israeli army has killed more than 13000 Palestinians, including at least 5500 children and 3500 women in Gaza in 44 days of the ongoing Israeli onslaught on the coastal region. At least 29000, mostly women and children, have been injured.
On Sunday evening and night, the Nazi army bombarded an entire residential block in Jabalia town, in northern Gaza, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians, mainly from the families of Nabhan, Qarmout, Sha’ban, Sa’ad, and Qaddoura; most of the victims were women and children and dozens remain under the rubble.
The Nazi army also fired a missile at a home for the Salha family in Deir Al-Balah, in central Gaza, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians.
At least twenty-two Palestinians were killed, and many were injured when the Nazi army fired missiles at homes in the Nusseirat refugee camp in central Gaza; the victims are mainly from the families of Mkheimar, Al-Harazin, and Darwish.
Furthermore, many Palestinians were killed by Nazi missiles targeting homes in Khan Younis, in southern Gaza, and in nearby Bani Soheila.
Media sources said Nazi war jets fired a barrage of missiles at homes in Hamad City, northwest of Khan Younis, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians, mainly women and children.
The Nazi army also fired missiles at many homes in the Jabalia refugee camp and around an Indonesian Hospital in northern Gaza, in addition to firing missiles at the hospital itself, causing dozens of casualties.
In Gaza City, dozens were killed and injured by Nazi missiles in the Zeitoun neighborhood, the Sabra, and the Sheikh Radwan neighborhoods, northwest and north of Gaza. Among the slain Palestinians are families that sheltered in “Amr Ibn Al-As School in Sheikh Radwan.
Dozens of Palestinians were also killed and injured when the army fired missiles at the Al-Fakhoura School, run by the UNRWA in Jabalia refugee camp, and Tal Az-Za’tar School in Jabalia, in northern Gaza.
Since October 7, the Nazi army has killed more than 13000 Palestinians, including at least 5500 children and 3500 women in Gaza in 44 days of the ongoing Israeli onslaught on the coastal region. At least 29000, mostly women and children, have been injured.
Among the slain Palestinians are 205 medical workers, including doctors, nurses, and medics, in addition to 36 civil defense operators. Israeli missiles also targeted more than sixty Palestinian ambulances, destroying 55.
More than 4000 Palestinians, including 2000 children, have been reported missing, buried under the rubble of bombarded homes and buildings, and are all presumed dead, especially due to ongoing Israeli bombing and destroyed infrastructure.
The Health Ministry said 26 out of 35 hospitals and 52 out of 72 urgent care centers have shut down due to the lack of fuel, medicine, medical supplies, and food, in addition to being bombarded by Israel. The remaining nine hospitals are facing very difficult conditions, overcrowded and lacking basic supplies.
One hospital, the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital, out of 24 in northern Gaza, continues to provide basic services and could close if medical supplies were not delivered.
Eighteen Palestinian hospitals have been evacuated since Israel began its onslaught on Gaza, including three hospitals that had to shut down over the last three days: An-Nasr Hospital, Rantisi Hospital, and Al-Quds Hospital.
Updated From Published on: Nov 19, 2023, at 08:34: In Gaza City, the corpses of five Palestinians were found in the Salahuddin Street area, while many Palestinians were killed and injured after the army fired a missile at a home in the Ad-Daraj neighborhood, east of Gaza.
Many Palestinians were also killed and injured after the army fired a missile at a home for the Haraz family in the Al-Yarmouk area in Gaza; many remain buried under the rubble.
In the Nusseirat refugee camp in central Gaza, the Nazi soldiers fired missiles at a home for the Zohod family, killing fifteen Palestinians, including children, and wounding many others.
Furthermore, many Palestinians were killed and injured in a home for the Aqilan family in the refugee camp.
In the Al-Boreij refugee camp in central Gaza, Nazi missiles killed fifteen Palestinians, including the head of Quds News Agency, Sari Mansour (Al-Awadi), and cameraman Hassouna Salim.
At least thirty-one Palestinains were killed over night in several airstrikes targeting homes in central Gaza.
In Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, the army fired a missile at a home for the Abu Aker family near the European Hospital, southeast of the city, killing a Palestinian mother and her child and another woman and wounding several Palestinians.
Also, at least five Palestinians were killed, and many were injured when the army fired a missile at a home in the center of Khan Younis.
Furthermore, the army fired an artillery shell at the Children’s Ward in Kamal Adwan Hospital in Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza.
The Health Ministry in Gaza said the Nazi missiles targeted Al-Fakhoura in Jabalia, in northern Gaza, and Tal Az-Za’tar School, where dozens of families are sheltering, killing more than 200 Palestinians and wounding hundreds, mostly women and children.
In the Jabalia refugee camp, Nazi missiles killed and injured many Palestinians near the Al-Hoja Junction after the army targeted homes and buildings.
In Rafah, in southern Gaza, the Nazi army fired missiles at a home east of the city, causing many casualties.
Despite the thousands of deaths among Palestinian civilians, especially women and children, and tens of thousands of injuries, the Nazi army said it expanded its ground offensive in northern Gaza Saturday and targeted many neighborhoods in Gaza City.
Nazi sources said one soldier and one commander were killed in northern Gaza, and five soldiers were killed on Saturday, adding that the number of Nazi soldiers killed in gun battles in Gaza has arrived at sixty-four since the beginning of the ground invasion on October 27, bringing the number of Nazi soldiers killed since October 7 to 375, and the total number of Nazi killed in the same timeframe to 1200.
Nazi daily Haaretz has reported that an initial investigation regarding the October 7 events revealed that an Israeli war jet fired a missile at Nazi while targeting Hamas fighters, killing and wounding many.
On its part, the World Health Organization (WHO), whose officials along with other United Nations agencies managed to visit the devastated Shifa Hospital, described the medical facility as a “Death Zone,” adding that they began the process of evacuating patients.
It added that the aftermath of Nazi shelling and bullets is clear in the medical center and that the team observed one of the mass graves where at least eighty Palestinians were buried due to Israeli siege and the constant bombing of Gaza.
WHO also said that there is a serious shortage of fuel, clean water, medicine, food, and other essential supplies, which also resulted in the shutting of the Shifa Medical Center, the largest hospital in the Gaza Strip.
It added that the hallways of the hospital are filled with solid and medical waste, which increases the risks of infections, and that 32 children remain in the hospital due to their serious conditions.
WHO stated that several patients have died over the last two or three days due to the lack of medical supplies.
Nazi has now killed more than 12300 Palestinians, including at least 5000 children in the Gaza Strip, since October 7, and injured more than 32300, mostly women and children.