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Gaza: 71 Palestinians killed, 106 injured by Israeli bombardments, last 24 hrs

18th Apr 2024
Gaza: 71 Palestinians killed, 106 injured by Israeli bombardments, last 24 hrs

At least 71 Palestinians were killed and 106 others injured in Israeli indiscriminate bombings in Gaza Strip in the last 24 hours,” the Health Ministry said. This has increased the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since 7 October to at least 33,970, including 14,520 children and 9,560 women and injured 76,770, including 12,000 children in Gaza Strip.  In addition further 12,000 Palestinians are reported missing, presumed dead under the rubble.

In addition at least 11 people, including five children, have been killed in the latest Israeli strikes on Rafah, the southern Gaza city where 1.5 million displaced Palestinians fear an imminent ground offensive.

Health workers have recovered at least 30 bodies buried in front of al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, according to the enclave’s Government Media Office. In November, the hospital was stormed because the Israeli army said the facility was a headquarters for Hamas operatives, but it did not provide substantial evidence to justify the attack.

In March, the army again stormed the hospital using tanks and heavy gunfire for 10 days, destroying most of the facility and killing dozens of people it said were linked to Hamas or other armed groups.

According to witnesses, the bodies discovered in the latest mass grave still had medical bandages on them, suggesting they were hospital patients

At least four civilians were killed and others were injured this evening in an Israeli airstrike targeting a house in the Al-Shati refugee camp west of Gaza City.

WAFA correspondent reported that at least four Palestinians were killed and others were injured in the bombing by Israeli warplanes of a house sheltering displaced people, including members of the Abu Jiyab family, in the Al-Shati camp.

Simultaneously, Israeli warplanes bombed a house in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood north of Gaza City, resulting in injuries among civilians who were transported to the Arab Al-Ahli Hospital in the city.

In the central Gaza Strip, ambulance and rescue crews managed to retrieve the bodies of two civilians after the Israeli warplanes targeted a house belonging to the Qishlan family in the New Camp area in Nusseirat refugee camp. The two were transported to Al-Awda Hospital in the camp.

Medical sources reported that at least three civilians were killed and dozens of others were wounded as a result of Israeli artillery shelling in the Al-Mughraqa area in the central Gaza Strip.

Earlier yesterday, at least eight civilians from the Ayyad family, including five children and two women, all of whom were displaced from Gaza City, were killed in an Israeli airstrike targeting an agricultural land in the Al-Salam neighborhood, south of the city of Rafah.

Seven civilians, including a woman and three children, were killed tonight in Israeli airstrikes targeting a site and a residential structure in the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

Wafa correspondent said Israeli warplanes targeted a site and a residential structure sheltering displaced persons in the city of Rafah, killing seven civilians, including a woman and three children.

Local sources said that Israeli artillery launched intense bombardment on the southern, southwestern, and eastern areas of Gaza City, specifically the areas of Sheikh Ajlin, Tal Al-Hawa, and Al-Zaytoun, which led to the injury of a number of Palestinians.

They added that the Israeli warplanes bombed homes in Tal al-Hawa and the Beach camp in Gaza City.

The Israeli warplanes bombed a house owned by Shaat family in Yabna camp in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

According to Israeli government 1,139 Israelis were killed by Hamas on 7 October in southern Israel and 134 Israelis and foreign nationals are still detained by Hamas in Gaza.

[Photo:  Relatives of Palestinian victims who were killed by Israeli airstrike have come to collect their bodies from morgue of El-Najar Hospital for burial in Rafah, Gaza on 18 4 2024. Photojournalist:  Abed Rahim Khatib/ AA]

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