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Gaza: 62 Palestinians killed, 91 injured by Israeli strikes last 24 hrs

28th Mar 2024
Gaza: 62 Palestinians killed, 91 injured by Israeli strikes last 24 hrs

(Al Jazeera and Wafa): At least 62 Palestinians were killed and 91 others were injured in Israeli indiscriminate attacks in Gaza that took place in the last 24 hours, according to Ministry of Health. This brings total of Palestinians killed by Israeli Defence Forces since 7 October 2023 to 32,552, including at least 13,000 childrenand at least 74,980 others have been injured in Gaza Strip, added Ministry of Health.  A further 12,000 are reported missing, presumed dead under the rubble.

The International Court of Justice orders “unhindered” aid to Gaza “at scale”, and again orders Israel to prevent genocide, giving it one month to report on compliance, reports Al Jazeera.

Five-year-old boy latest child to die of malnutrition in besieged and bombarded Gaza, as UN agency warns “time is running out” to prevent famine and urges Israel to lift aid restrictions immediately.

Reuters news agency, citing health officials, and Al Jazeera’s correspondent are now reporting that at least 12 Palestinians have been killed in an Israeli bombing that targeted a house in southern Gaza’s Rafah city.

Earlier, it was reported that this strike had killed at least five people and injured others, including women and children.

The aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says an air raid hit a greenhouse near al-Shaboura clinic, a facility it supports in Rafah.

“Several people reportedly were killed in the attack. No MSF staff or patients were hurt,” it said in a post on X.

“This is yet another example of the failure to respect the recent UN Security Council-approved resolution passed on 25 March for a ceasefire. We reiterate our call on all warring parties for an immediate and sustained ceasefire.” it tweeted

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ordered Israel to provide immediate, unhindered delivery of aid to Gaza as part of new provisional measures issued in a genocide case brought by South Africa.

The ICJ unanimously adopted an order for the unhindered provision by all parties of “urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance, including food, water, electricity, fuel, shelter, clothing, hygiene and sanitation requirements, as well as medical supplies and medical care to Palestinians throughout Gaza, including by increasing the capacity and number of land crossing points and maintaining them open for as long as necessary”.

Israel should carry out the order “without delay, in full cooperation with the United Nations”, the court said.

The court also adopted by a 15-1 vote an order to “ensure with immediate effect that [the Israeli] military does not commit acts which constitute a violation of any of the rights of the Palestinians in Gaza as a protected group under the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, including by preventing, through any action, the delivery of urgently needed humanitarian assistance”.

The court said Israel must submit a report on “all measures taken” to abide by its order within a month.

Meanwhile according to Wafa News Agency, dozens of civilians were killed today and many others wounded in a series of Israeli bombardments of several neighborhoods in Gaza City.

Local sources reported that six civilians waiting for humanitarian aid were killed after being targeted by Israeli` bullets and artillery shells in the Gaza Industrial Zone, east of Gaza City.

Simultaneously, Israeli occupation warplanes bombed the vicinity of the Al-Shifa Medical Complex and the nearby houses, resulting in the killing of several civilians and causing the injury of dozens of others.

Ambulance and civil defense crews said that many people are still alive under the rubble of the bombed houses.

The bodies of the dead are still scattering in the streets some of them decomposing, as Israel continues its military siege of al-Shifa Medical Complex and the Rimal neighborhood.

The Israeli artillery launched violent shelling targeting four houses in Al-Shati refugee camp and al-Muznar residential building, killing many persons.

The Israeli tanks also targeted two houses in the Al-Nasr neighborhood, a third in the Al-Shujaiya neighborhood and others in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood east of Gaza City.

The Israeli air force further bombed an electrical appliances center in Jabalia camp, causing it to catch fire.

The occupation artillery launched violent shelling targeting four houses in Al-Shati refugee camp and al-Muznar residential building, killing many persons.

Additionally, three civilians were killed and 20 others were injured in an Israeli airstrike on a house in the Shujaiya neighborhood east of Gaza City.

Israeli fighter jets bombed residential buildings in the Al-Rimal neighborhood in central Gaza City and a building on Hamid street in Al-Shati refugee camp west of Gaza City, causing many casualties.

In Khan Yunis, a civilian was killed after being directly targeted by Israeli forces in Hamad town, north of the city in the southern of the Gaza Strip.

In Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip, dozens of civilians sustained various wounds in an Israeli airstrike that targeted the vicinity of Al-Qassam Mosque.

Israeli warplanes also targeted the city of al-Isra, northwest of Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) announced that the Israeli forces released seven detainees from its crew after nearly 74 days of their detention, while the fate of eight others remains unknown.

PRCS stated in a statement on the “X” platform that those released were detained during the Israeli military incursion of al-Amal Hospital in Khan Yunis on February 9th.

Among the detainees was the director of ambulance and emergency services in the Gaza Strip, Muhammad Abu Musabih.

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: Members of al-Felfel family, wounded by Israeli attacks, treated in al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al- Balah, Gaza on 28 03 2024. Photojournalist: Ashraf Amra /AA]

 

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