The Israeli occupation, for the 23rd consecutive day, continues to commit horrifying massacres against the people of Gaza. The toll of this savage aggression now exceeds 8,000 martyrs and over 20,000 wounded, each bearing different wounds.
On Sunday, Israeli warplanes carried out intense airstrikes on homes in Khan Yunis and Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, despite their claims that the southern areas were safe.
The recent raids resulted in the loss of dozens of lives, with most of the victims being displaced individuals who were forced to leave their homes in the north.
In addition, the Israeli military has refused to rule out the targeting of Gaza’s Al-Shifa Hospital, alleging that resistance fighters have sought refuge within its walls. This has raised concerns of a new massacre against civilians, reminiscent of the tragedy at Al-Muhaddithin Hospital.
Following a night of devastating bombardment from land, sea, and air, communication and internet services have gradually been restored in Gaza.
Palestinians in Gaza continue to endure an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe. This dire situation persists as the aggression rages on, with persistent power outages, fuel shortages, a severe lack of potable water, and essential food supplies.
Even though a few aid convoys have managed to enter Gaza from Egypt through the Rafah border crossing, the scale of the crisis remains overwhelming.