Israeli airstrikes killed Thursday night, May 11, 2023, two Palestinian civilians after bombing residential areas in the central and the northern Gaza Strip.
Local sources reported that Israeli warplanes killed the Palestinian youth Uday Riyad Al-Louh from Al- Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Abdul Halim Al-Najjar from Jabalia camp in the northern Gaza Strip, while other injuries were reported.
Earlier today, Israeli airstrikes killed Thursday, May 11, 2023, the Palestinian citizen Ahmed Abu Daqqa, in a bombardment that targeted his house in Bani Suhaila, east of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza reported that one martyr and four others injured arrived at the European Gaza Hospital as a result of the latest Israeli bombardment in Khan Yunis.
Ministry of Health stated that Israeli airstrikes killed 30 Palestinians including 6 children, 4 women, and 2 elderly Palestinians, in addition to 93 Palestinians including 24 children, 13 women, and 3 elderly Palestinians injured during the ongoing Israeli military assault on Gaza.
So far, Israeli warplanes have also bombed and completely destroyed 22 Palestinian homes and partially damaged 286 housing units of which 28 are inhabitable.
For the third consecutive day, both Israeli-controlled crossings, Erez (for people) and Kerem Shalom (for goods), are closed. This closure is preventing the access of hundreds of people to and from Gaza or even for patients getting proper medication.
Israeli occupation continues its systematic policy which targets residential buildings and densely populated neighborhoods. The Israeli regime disregards international humanitarian laws and takes advantage of the international community’s failure to hold it accountable for its violations.
It’s noteworthy that Israel started a new wave of violence on Tuesday dawn, May 9, 2023, against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, striking several homes, lands, and sites.