Sunday Morning Airstrikes in Gaza: 178 Killed Over 24 Hours

Sunday Morning Airstrikes

Sunday Morning Airstrikes, on Sunday, Israeli forces bombed residential locations in southern and central Gaza before sunrise, continuing their bombings of the region for the 107th day in a row.

Sunday Morning Airstrikes in Gaza: 178 Killed Over 24 Hours

Sunday Morning AirstrikesAccording to the Gaza Ministry of Health, throughout the last 24 hours, the Israeli occupation carried out 15 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, leaving 293 people injured and 178 martyrs dead.

Since October 7th, the Israeli onslaught has resulted in 25,105 deaths and 62,681 injuries, according to the Ministry of Health’s announcement.

“There are still many victims under the rubble and on the roads, and ambulance and civil defense crews cannot reach them,” a representative for the ministry stated.

The Israeli occupation aircraft bombed the truck carrying the three Palestinians in the Yarmouk Market in Gaza City, according to local sources.

The occupation jets targeted a residence in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza City, resulting in several Palestinian deaths and injuries, according to medical sources.

She continued, saying that in the Al-Katiba region southwest of Gaza City, sniper fire from the Israeli occupation killed several Palestinians and injured others.

Both Israeli occupation planes and artillery conducted strikes on the Al-Shati camp, west of Gaza City, and the Al-Manara neighborhood in Khan Younis, south of the Gaza Strip.

Twenty-three Palestinian civilians were killed as bombing around Khan Younis’ Al-Nasser Hospital persisted. Since the bombardment has continued for the past three days, many of the 7,000 civilians who had sought cover near the hospital have been forced to evacuate.

In an Israeli bombing targeting the Al-Amal neighborhood west of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, one Palestinian was killed and several others were injured. Additionally, gunboats bombarded the Gaza Strip’s beaches, targeting Khan Yunis and Deir al-Balah.

In addition, civilian squares in Khan Younis’ east and center were still being detonated and destroyed by the occupation forces.


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