Israeli occupation forces continued to bomb several areas of the Gaza Strip, particularly targeting hospitals, and carried out 13 massacres within 24 hours, killing 112 and injuring 148.
The Palestinian Red Crescent announced the death of three people and the wounding of three others after Israeli occupation forces opened fire on its headquarters in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said Israeli bombardment and shelling continued around its al-Amal hospital in Khan Younis.
The association reported that the lives of kidney patients at Al Amal Hospital are now in danger, as it is impossible to transfer them to other hospitals due to the constant siege.
The association's statement also indicated that the hospital was about to run out of oxygen supply again.
The Red Crescent said its teams were unable to transfer the wounded to al-Amal hospital in Khan Yunis due to continued shelling.
Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that the occupation forces are besieging hospitals, especially Al Amal Hospital and Nasser Hospital, and their drones deliberately target anything moving in these areas.
Al Jazeera correspondent reported that occupation forces bombed the Health Ministry's central pharmaceutical warehouse in the Gaza Strip, adding that the bombing resulted in casualties and injuries.
The reporter said that in addition to violent and continuous artillery shelling in the western neighborhoods of Gaza City, an Israeli airstrike destroyed a house east of Khan Younis.
Earlier, bodies of 15 martyrs reached Nasser Complex and Al Amal Hospital following Israeli bombardment in Khan Younis areas.
The reporter said that after the occupation forces withdrew from the Khan Yunis camp, there was massive destruction there. Civilians also recovered the bodies of several martyrs killed by the occupation forces during the attack on the camp in recent days.
Massacre and a new number of martyrs
For its part, the Health Ministry in Gaza said that Israeli occupation forces carried out 13 massacres within 24 hours, killing 112 and injuring 148.
The ministry revealed that the number of martyrs in the Israeli offensive has risen to 27,131, while the number of injured has reached 66,287 since the start of the war.
Meanwhile, Rick Peppercorn, the World Health Organization representative in its office in the West Bank and Gaza, said that about 100,000 people have been killed or injured as a result of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, noting that the percentage is much higher than some two million. A place with high population.
Peppercorn reported that people in the Gaza Strip are suffering from appalling conditions and are trying to find a safe place and some food and drink, in addition to diseases that spread as a result of poor nutrition, sanitation and other natural factors.
The spokesperson stressed that Israeli military operations have deteriorated the working conditions of hospitals and there are great difficulties in accessing the northern Gaza Strip.
In a related development, occupation forces on Friday bombed the outskirts of Rafah, the last refuge at the southern end of the Gaza Strip.
Displaced people, who gathered by the thousands in front of the fence at the Egyptian border, said they feared new attacks with nowhere to flee.
As the only part of Gaza with limited food and medical aid across the border, neighboring parts of Rafah and Khan Yunis have become an area filled with makeshift tents.
Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant said late last night that forces would now move to Rafah, which – along with Deir al-Balah – is one of the last remaining areas not attacked in the nearly 4-month-long offensive. Is.
children without family
On the other hand, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said that its estimates show that 17,000 children in the Gaza Strip are living without their families or have been separated from their families. UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell called on Gaza's children not to be abandoned, saying their situation was worsening by the day.
Jonathan Crakes, the organization's communications director in the occupied Palestinian territories, said more than one million Palestinian children in the Gaza Strip need mental health support as they suffer from high levels of persistent anxiety and loss of appetite. They can't sleep and whenever they feel nervous they hear an explosion.
“We estimate that almost all children in Gaza today need mental health support,” the organization official said.