Amira al-Assouli…a Palestinian doctor defies Israeli gunfire to save a wounded man in Khan Yunis

Today, Saturday, Palestinian news pages circulated on social media platforms a video clip of a female doctor who braved Israeli bullets to save a wounded young man in front of the gate of the Nasser Medical Complex in the city of Khan Younis, south of Gaza. strip.

The video clip showed Amira al-Assouli, a Palestinian doctor, running with her back bent to the inner gate of the compound late last night to save a young man who was hit by an Israeli sniper's bullet, and who survived. Went. Bleeding while lying on the ground.

Anadolu correspondent reported that Dr. al-Assouli has continued his work without interruption despite his displacement from his home, which was destroyed by Israeli forces in the new city of Abasan, east of Khan Yunis city.

Eyewitnesses told Anadolu that al-Assouli did not refrain from saving the injured young man, despite putting himself at risk, as Israeli forces had previously directly targeted paramedics of the injured. Activists praised Dr. Al-Assouli's boldness and courage.

Israeli forces continued to surround the Nasser Medical Complex and al-Amal hospital, affiliated with the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, for the 20th consecutive day, with gunfire repeatedly targeting every moving object in and around them.

Earlier on Saturday, the Palestinian Health Ministry said in a statement, “The occupation forces are firing heavily towards the gates, buildings and courtyards of the Nasser Medical Complex.” It reported one martyr and several people injured as a result of intense firing towards the compound.

The ministry indicated that medical teams were unable to move between the complex's buildings as a result of the targeting, and expressed its fear for the lives of the 300 health workers, 450 injured and sick people, and 10,000 displaced people inside the complex.

The ministry called on international organizations to enter the complex to protect it and all those inside it.

Since January 22, amid a ground advance of its vehicles in the city's southern and western neighborhoods, the Israeli army has launched a series of intensive raids around Khan Younis and its hospitals, forcing thousands of Palestinians to flee there. Had to happen. ,

Since October 7, 2023, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, which has caused thousands of civilian victims, the majority of whom are children and women, in addition to causing an unprecedented humanitarian disaster and massive destruction of infrastructure. Tel Aviv is being brought before the International Court of Justice on genocide charges.

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