As the Israeli genocidal war on the Gaza Strip entered day 94 on Monday, massive aerial and artillery strikes continued to pound and level whole blocks and homes and massacre thousands of civilians, mostly children and women.
The Israeli occupation army continued to attack different areas of Gaza on Monday morning, killing and injuring dozens of citizens.
The Palestinian Health Ministry affirmed that 73 victims and 99 injured people reached Shuhada Al-Aqsa Hospital over the past 24 hours.
18 civilians were also killed in a series of Israeli airstrikes in Deir al-Balah during the past few hours. Similar Israeli bombings were also reported in Al-Maghazi camp and Zawaida town.
Meanwhile, Israeli artillery violently shelled Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, killing at least two people and injuring many others, while eight people were killed in Israeli bombing of al-Manara neighbourhood.
An Israeli drone also opened fire on the European Hospital in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, and bombed the buildings of the College of Science and Technology, south of Khan Yunis.
The Israeli occupation forces also besieged five siblings from Astal family, the youngest being a 1-year-old toddler, in Kamal Nasser School in Khan Yunis after their mother was killed by an Israeli sniper’s bullet.
The death toll of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip has risen to 22,835 victims, more than 70% of them are women and children. 58,316 others were wounded, while 7,000 people are still missing under the rubble.
On October 7, the Israeli occupation forces launched a genocide war against the people of the Gaza Strip, claiming the lives of thousands of victims, mostly women and children.
Since then, the Israeli occupation forces has cut off all power, water, fuel, and food supplies to the people of the Gaza Strip, bombed bakeries, factories, stores, and water stations, and destroyed civilian infrastructure facilities.
The Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip constitutes a blatant violation of international humanitarian and human rights law as it exposes civilians’ lives to extreme danger, which requires an immediate international intervention.