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Around 178 Palestinians murdered in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza in less than 10 hours

Posted On: 01-12-2023 | National News , Human Rights
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A total of 178 people, including children and women, have been killed and 289 others were injured since the resumption of the Israeli occupation aggression on the Strip today at 7:00 AM.

Data from Gaza hospitals reported that they have received the bodies of 178 people since 8;00 a.m. today in addition to 589 wounded.

Kamal Adwan Hospital in the town of Beit Lahia, in the north, received more than 54 people killed in the Israeli airstrikes since the early morning hours today.

The bodies of thirty people, mostly children and women, who were killed in the Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City, were also brought to the Baptist Hospital in Gaza.

Hospitals in the south also received dozens of casualties.

The Israeli occupation resumed its aggression on the Gaza Strip Friday at 7:00 AM, only minutes after six days of humanitarian truce.

The Israeli occupation has bombarded, by land, sea, and air, different areas in the north, center, and south of the Gaza Strip, resulting in more killings and injuries, mostly children and women.

Local sources confirmed that the documented number of casualties in Gaza has risen to 65 since 7:00 am this morning, with the majority being children and women. Additionally, scores of innocent civilians sustained injuries of varying degrees.  

In one of the tragic incidents of the Israeli genocide today in the territory, multiple civilians were killed and others injured when Israeli occupation forces bombed the Subehi family home on George Street, east of the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

The sour stated that the dead bodies of 30 civilians were brought to Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza City due to the resumption of Israeli atrocities, particularly in the neighborhoods of Shejaeya and Al Zaytoun in the city. The victims were predominantly children and women.

Earlier this morning, the Israeli occupation resumed its genocide in the Gaza Strip, attacking residential neighborhoods from the land, air and sea after a one-week pause—brokered by Egypt and Qatar—came to an end.

The humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza Strip had come into effect at 7:00 am on Friday, November 24, and was initially set for a duration of four days. However, it was extended for an additional three days.  

At least 15,000 Palestinians, the majority of them innocent civilians, including over 6,500 children and over 4,000 women, have been killed since the beginning of the Israeli genocide campaign in Gaza on October 7, according to nonfinal statistics by the Ministry of Health.


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