As the Israeli genocidal war on the Gaza Strip entered day 96 on Wednesday, massive aerial and artillery strikes continued to pound and level whole blocks and homes and massacre thousands of civilians, mostly children and women.
Six Palestinian citizens were killed and others were injured, by Israeli occupation forces stationed on the coastal road in the Sheikh Ajlin area, southwest of Gaza City.
The Israeli occupation forces also massacred at least 15 citizens and injured others in an aerial attack on an apartment belonging to the Nofal family in western Rafah, south of Gaza.
The Israeli occupation forces also carried out other aerial and artillery attacks on the eastern and southern areas of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, killing and injuring a number of civilians, mostly displaced persons.
The Israeli warplanes also bombed a house in the Deir al-Balah camp in the central Gaza Strip, killing and injuring a number of civilians.
20 Palestinians were also killed, mostly women and children, after the Israeli artillery bombed the Al-Bureij and Al-Maghazi camps in the central Gaza Strip.
In northern Gaza, casualties were reported following an Israeli attack on a house belonging to the family of Asalia in Jabalia.
The Israeli warboats also fired dozens of rocket shells at civilian homes in the Al-Waha and Sudaniya areas and the outskirts of the Beach Camp, west of Gaza City, off the central shores, and south of the Strip, resulting in dozens of casualties.
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.
The Israeli genocide war targeted every aspect of life in the Gaza Strip, including schools, hospitals, educational institutions, mosques, and public and private properties.
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.