Red Cross: Gaza residents live in constant fear of death

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GAZA – The Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Robert Mardini, stated on Saturday that the war on the Gaza Strip is escalating intensely, as Israeli forces continue their aerial and artillery aggression on the region.اضافة اعلان

According to Al-Mamlaka TV, the Israeli army announced that it targeted 400 sites belonging to Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza, killing a number of them in the past 24 hours.

Health officials in Gaza reported that around 200 Palestinians have been killed since the end of the humanitarian ceasefire on Friday morning.

During the 0in Dubai, Mardini said, "we do not have precise reports, but what I can say is that the resumption of fighting has been intense once again."

He added, "This is a new layer of disruption on top of the unprecedented destruction of vital infrastructure, civilian homes, and residential neighborhoods," warning that violence would make it difficult to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Mardini described Gaza as being in a state of "chaos and rubble," stating that the International Committee of the Red Cross has 130 staff members working there.

He mentioned that the people of Gaza "live in constant fear of death from violence" and face difficulty staying alive due to the shortage of food and water caused by the fighting, while hospitals operate with limited resources.

He concluded, "Everything in Gaza has reached a breaking point."

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