Intensive raids on the second day of the end of the truce, killing 230 martyrs
In the latest developments in Gaza news, after the end of the temporary truce between the Palestinian factions and Israel, the Strip witnessed intense raids on various areas today, Saturday.
In the latest developments in Gaza news, after the end of the temporary truce between the Palestinian factions and Israel, the Gaza Strip witnessed intense raids on various areas today, Saturday, for the second day in a row, resulting in more than 230 martyrs and about 630 injured and injured, most of them children and women.
For the second day in a row, the Israeli occupation forces continued their violent bombardment by land, sea and air since last night, on various areas east, center and west of Khan Yunis Governorate, south of the Gaza Strip, today, Saturday, after the end of the truce. They bombed the eastern and central areas of Khan Yunis with fire belts, in addition to... Bombardment by gunboats and artillery, according to what the Palestinian News Agency “Wafa” reported.
The occupation aircraft also destroyed the Abdullah Azzam Mosque, west of Khan Yunis, in the south of the Gaza Strip.
The occupation aircraft launched a series of raids on Al-Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis, and completely destroyed four homes of the Al-Farra family. They also bombed Al-Istiqama Mosque, and the Osama bin Zaid and Othman mosques between Affan, north of Al-Qarara.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the Balata and New Askar camps, southeast of Nablus, and neighborhoods west of the city, leading to the outbreak of violent confrontations with the occupation soldiers in several streets, destroying their infrastructure, and raiding several homes in the two camps.
The occupation forces also arrested a number of young men in various areas of the West Bank. The number exceeded 10 people, including all categories of women, children and the elderly, bringing the number of detainees since October 7 to more than 3,250 detainees in the occupation prisons.
The Israeli occupation forces prevented farmers in the village of Zabuba, west of Jenin, from harvesting olives on their lands, which are located behind the separation and apartheid wall.
Since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip on October 7, more than 15,000 citizens have been martyred, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, in addition to more than 37,000 wounded, in an infinite toll.
Thousands of citizens are still missing, and it is likely that the majority of them were martyred under the rubble of their homes, and ambulance and rescue crews have not been able to recover them until now.
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