Israeli occupation warplanes continue to bomb various areas of the Gaza Strip for the 15th day in a row, bringing the death toll to 4385, including 1756 children, 967 women, and wounding 13561 others, in addition to large numbers of civilians who are still buried under the rubble of demolished homes.
The Ministry of Health published those numbers and confirmed that 70 percent of the victims were children, women and the elderly.
The ministry said that the Israeli occupation continues to commit more massacres and annihilation of Palestinian families, destroys residential neighbourhoods and infrastructure.
The IOF committed 550 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, killing 3353 of its members since the start of the aggression, and numerous of them are still under the rubble.
The Palestinian Health Ministry announced that 51 medical personnel were killed, and 87 others were injured during the Israeli aggression.
It confirmed that 7 hospitals were out of service due to the Israeli targeting and fuel depletion, 25 health centres were out of service due to fuel depletion, and 23 ambulances were destroyed during the aggression on the Gaza Strip.
The Ministry stated that “the continuation of the Israeli aggression and the displacement of thousands of citizens hinders patients’ access to hospitals, which poses a threat to their lives.”
It stressed that the successive massacres committed by the Israeli occupation constitute ethnic cleansing, pointing out that “targeting hospitals represents a serious threat to the health system.”
The Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip constitutes a blatant violation of international humanitarian law and human rights, as it exposes the lives and property of civilians to extreme danger and causes them great suffering, which requires the intervention of the international community to stop it immediately.