Famine festers in Gaza’s every corner

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GAZA – The hunger crisis in Gaza has worsened after hundreds of thousands of Gazans who refused to evacuate their homes are now unable to obtain food as the majority of their food stocks have been depleted and nothing remains in grocery stores, Al-Ghad reported.اضافة اعلان

According to the Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor, in a dedicated genocidal effort, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) did not stop at starving Palestinians in northern Gaza but also killed dozens of them while trying to obtain limited aid that had come in.

Eyewitnesses from Gaza recounted horrific testimonies about their humanitarian conditions on their personal Facebook and X pages. They state that living in the face of the continued bombardment and war of hunger has exhausted them and turned into a nightmare that looms over their lives.

Hisham Abu Asaker published a picture showing a Palestinian girl’s "petition,” in which she reports the lack of food and the spread of epidemics, and the message stated, “We have started to die of hunger!”

As for the Palestinian journalist Hossam Shabat, he posted on X, “We will sleep tonight in Jabalia hungry without food, and parents in Rafah will not sleep from the cold in the tents, and the shells are randomly pounding down on Khan Yunis.”

Palestinian journalist Yousef Al-Domouky wrote on Facebook, “Bread preparation recipe: A kilo of flour; piled up on the crossing. If it is not available, it is replaced by rabbit-fattening feed from northern Gaza. And mix with a lot of patience, complacency, and silence.”

In the same framework, experts have repeatedly warned of the dangers of genocide, reminding all governments that they have a responsibility to prevent it. They confirmed that the Israeli occupation does not only kill Palestinian civilians through its indiscriminate shelling but also deliberately imposes disease and malnutrition for long periods, as well as causing drought and famine by destroying civil infrastructure.

Experts have advocated for the rapid and unhindered delivery of humanitarian aid to Gazans in order to prevent famine.

They emphasized that their worry about genocide is not confined to the ongoing bombing of Gaza, but also includes the slow suffering and death caused by long-term occupation, siege, and current civilian destruction.

Medical officials in Gaza reported that the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli airstrikes has surpassed 25,000, with 62,681 injured, the majority of whom are women and children. Thousands of people are still trapped under rubble and on the road, unable to be rescued and with little hope of survival.

According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, 178 Palestinians have been murdered in the last 24 hours, making it one of the worst days of the Israeli offensive.

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