For the 32nd day in a row, Israeli warplanes continue their raids and bombing of homes and buildings in various areas of the Gaza Strip, Palestine, resulting in the death and injury of dozens of civilians.
The Palestinian News Agency, Wafa, reported that “at least five civilians, including a woman, were martyred, and others were injured, after the Israeli occupation warplanes targeted, in a midnight strike, a house in the Shaboura camp in Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.”
Also, "8 civilians were killed in a bombing that targeted a house in the Ma'an area, east of Khan Yunis, in the south of the Gaza Strip."
Medical sources reported, "A civilian was killed and others were injured in a bombing that targeted a residential building in the northern Gaza Strip."
The occupation aircraft targeted various areas along Al-Rashid Street, opposite the Tal Al-Hawa area, west of Gaza City, and continued intense artillery shelling on the Al-Sudaniyah area, northwest of Gaza City.
The bombing targeted a number of sites in the vicinity of the Sha'biyya Junction in the center of Gaza City.
Prior to that, Israeli warplane and artillery bombardment was concentrated against the vicinity of Al-Quds Hospital in the Tal Al-Hawa area, and in (Al-Shati Camp, Al-Maghazi, the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, and Beit Hanoun), areas in the north of Beit Lahia, and other areas of the Gaza Strip, which resulted in the death and injury of others. .
Medical sources expected that the fuel stock for the Al-Quds Hospital electricity generator would run out within the next 48 hours, while sources at Al-Awda Hospital confirmed that the fuel stock had begun to run out and would reach zero within 30 hours.
Meanwhile, sources at the Indonesian Hospital in the northern Gaza Strip said that 24 hours remained until the hospital completely stopped due to running out of fuel, and that some vital hospital departments had already stopped.
For 32 days, the Israeli occupation has been waging a “ genocidal war” on Gaza blockaded enclave, a campaign in which 10,22 Palestinians were killed within half a month, among the victims 4,104 children and 2,641 women, and more than 25,000 others were injured.