“Can anyone hear me? Is there anyone here?” In Maghazi refugee camp, Saeed searches for his family. They were sleeping when the house exploded. He told us that he spent the whole night removing the children’s bodies in our place. You are not alone in your pain. Mohamed, is a news photographer. His four children were killed during his service. “The news began to leak slowly, they told me that your daughter was injured, your son was injured. I called my colleagues at the hospital and found my four children dead,” he explained.
Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahuhas repeatedly denied the possibility of a decision until Hamas don’t leave the more than 240 people were imprisoned who lives in Gaza. Israel continues to struggle in the Law and they are right more than 9,700 people died since the beginning of the conflict between Israel and Hamas.
Bombing in Al Magazi refugee camp
Tonight the Israeli army bombarded Al Magazi refugee camp, where 51 people have died, mostly children and women. About 24,000 migrants live in this refugee camp. At the same time, Israeli planes also attacked other communities in the north and west of Gaza.
Not far away, the Palestinian Red Crescent has denounced heavy bomb near Al-Quds Hospital. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that the bombings have caused, since the beginning of the conflict, 504 deaths, 459 injuries, and damage destroyed 39 hospitals and 31 ambulances, according to the organization’s data. WHO also reported that there are 14 hospitals that are no longer working.
Israel cuts communications in Gaza again
Israel said has attacked 2,500 targets since last week. In addition, they added that “tonight, the army took the plane to attack the forces of the Hamas terrorist organization, which includes the headquarters, the observation centers and other crimes.”
The evacuation of wounded Gazans and foreigners to Egypt from the Rafah border crossing was suspended this Sunday for the second day in a row, after the Israeli army bombed the transport patient this Friday. When Gaza once again about a cut phone and internet lines, as confirmed by the communication company Paltel. “We are sad to inform you about the complete disconnection of communication and internet services in Gaza after the Israeli side cut off the servers,” they said.
A total of 24 trucks with humanitarian aid have entered Gaza, while another 75 vehicles are waiting to be inspected by Israeli police at the Rafah border crossing. Egyptian state television Al Qahera News reported that “24 aid vehicles have arrived in Gaza from the Rafah crossing.” Only those who have received Israeli permission to cross into Gaza, the problem that the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shukri, announced today to the World Food Program (WFP) as “a difficult situation.”
The United States continues its tourism in the framework of the conflict. The Secretary of State of the United States, Anthony Blinken, met with the president of the Palestinian National Authority, Mahmoud Abbas or soon with Turkey. Blinkebn explained that he sent to Abbas the country’s commitment “to the provision of humanitarian aid and the restoration of essential services in Gaza.” However, Iran warned that the United States “will be seriously injured” if it does not implement the decision.