186 days of war .. Israeli occupation goes ahead with its genocide in Gaza

186 days of war .. Israeli occupation goes ahead with its genocide in Gaza
Gaza - Several Palestinian citizens were killed and others injured, including children and women, in Israeli aerial and artillery strikes targeting several areas across the Gaza Strip, early Tuesday morning, on the 186th day of the aggression on the region.اضافة اعلان

The Israeli shelling concentrated this morning on the cities of Gaza, Deir al-Balah, Rafah, and northern Gaza areas.

In central Gaza, a Palestinian was killed and 20 others were injured in an Israeli airstrike targeting a house in the city of Deir al-Balah, while an Israeli raid targeted the surroundings of Al-Madaris street in the city.

Also, one citizen killed and the injury of others in an Israeli shelling targeting committees securing the distribution of aid in the southeast of Gaza City.

Simultaneously, Israeli occupation forces launched an airstrike on the Tannour neighborhood east of Rafah city in southern Gaza, resulting in several injuries.

The occupation artillery also shelled the Tuffah neighborhood in the southern area of Gaza City, in addition to shelling several areas in northern Gaza.

In the meantime, health sources in the Strip reported that the bodies and remains of at least 84 individuals have been recovered so far, some of them decomposed, after pullout of the Israeli occupation forces from Khan Yunis.

Earlier in the night, local sources had reported the killing of five Palestinians in an Israeli shelling targeting a building in Al-Maghazi refugee camp, in the middle of the Strip.

The ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip has so far resulted in the killing of 33,207 citizens, mostly children and women, and the injury of more than 75,933 others, in a preliminary toll.

Meanwhile, thousands are still unaccounted for and feared dead under the rubble of destroyed buildings or elsewhere, as the Israeli occupation forces continue to prevent ambulance crews from reaching them.


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