Another brutal Israeli airstrike on Wednesday has struck Gaza City’s Taj Tower, inhabited by eight families, leaving over 120 innocent civilians trapped beneath the rubble.
The airstrikes followed shortly after the devastating strike in Yarmouk where 40 innocent civilians were killed, martyrs recovered from under the rubble, and over 50 have been left injured and wounded.
As the Israeli airstrikes and artillery fires continue on the 19th day in Gaza City, a city in dire need, the civilian population continue to bear the brunt of the conflict. The area has seen widespread destruction of homes.
At least 6,546 Palestinians have been killed since the start of the aggression, including 2,704 children and 1,584 women. Over 17,000 remain injured and thousands remain under the rubble of destroyed buildings and homes, including 900 children.