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37 people die in Gaza in Israeli attacks in the last 24 hours

37 people die in Gaza in Israeli attacks in the last 24 hours

At least 37 people were killed and 68 injured in Israeli attacks in the last 24 hours in the Gaza Stripaccording to the count of the Gazan Ministry of Health, controlled by Hamas. In its daily report on data collected by hospitals in the Strip, the ministry reported “four massacres against families” in the Palestinian enclave.

At least nine people from the same family, six of them children, were killed in one of the attacks that hit a residential building in the Tel Sultan neighborhood, in the west of the southern city of Rafah.

The dead are Abdel Fatah Sobhi, 42 years old; Majla Ahmed, 37; Rawan Sobhi, 26; Sama Ibrahim, 16 years old; Hamza Ibrahim, 7 years old; Alaa Ahmed Hassan and Lin Abdel Fatah, 5 years old each; Amer Abdel Fatah, two years old, and Naya Abdel Fatah, one year old.

Their bodies were taken to the hospital morgue. Abu Yusef al Nayarwhere family and friends said their last goodbye between moments of anguish and despair, as EFE was able to verify.

My love, my soul, Hamza, Hamza!“, shouts a woman as she rushes to caress and kiss the face of the seven-year-old boy who is lying on the floor wrapped in a plastic bag.

Thus, since the war began between Israel and Hamason October 7, 34,049 people have died and 76,901 have been injured in the Israeli offensive.

According to the official Palestinian news agency, Wafa, last morning alone at least ten people lost their lives in Israeli attacks in the south of the enclave: nine in the bombing in the city of Rafah and one in an attack on a house near the cemetery to the east of the same town.

For his part, the Israeli army said today to have destroyed a rocket launch site in the Beit Hanoun area of ​​the northern Gazafrom where attacks against the Israeli town of Sderot had been detected.

They also detailed that their troops killed an alleged militiaman in a confrontation in the center of the enclave.

More than one and a half million people have been forced to leave their homes since the crisis began. Israeli offensivemost of which are located in the town of Rafah, bordering Egypt.

Israel has announced that it plans to invade Rafah to eliminate four Hamas battalions supposedly hiding in the area, but much of the international community – including the United States, the main ally Israel military– has warned that a ground invasion in the south would cause an even greater humanitarian catastrophe.

Source: Gestion

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