Israeli warplanes reportedly bombed an inhabited home in southern Gaza, killing five Palestinians.
Details of the airstrike are still emerging, but preliminary reports indicate that Israeli warplanes carried out the attack, targeting a residential area. The strike left the home completely destroyed and caused the deaths of at least five Palestinian civilians, where 30 others were injured.
Eyewitnesses on the ground reported chaotic scenes as emergency responders rushed to the scene to provide medical assistance to the injured and evacuate survivors from the rubble. The injured have been taken to nearby hospitals for treatment, where the severity of their injuries is still being assessed.
Israeli occupation forces have been involved in transgressions within the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, a site of utmost significance to Muslims, where they have employed force to suppress women, elderly individuals, and worshippers.
The Palestinian resistance has consistently cautioned the Israeli occupation about the grave consequences of these violations. Additionally, international entities, including Qatar and Jordan, have strongly condemned these Israeli infractions.
The Palestinian resistance has dubbed their military offensive as the “Tufan of Al-Aqsa” or the “Flood of Al-Aqsa,” characterizing it as a response to Israeli wrongdoing with the objective of safeguarding the Al-Aqsa Mosque and securing the release of Palestinian prisoners incarcerated in Israeli detention facilities.
It is worth noting that the Israeli occupation currently holds more than 5,000 Palestinian prisoners across more than 30 prisons, where they endure deplorable conditions, resulting in the unfortunate deaths of numerous individuals in custody.