Palestine

The Israeli occupation uses a scorched earth policy against the Gaza Strip

Gaza (UNA/WAFA) - On Monday, Israeli occupation warplanes launched a series of violent raids, resembling a scorched earth policy, against the Gaza Strip.

The correspondent of the Palestinian News and Information Agency (Wafa) reported that dozens of raids were launched by occupation warplanes, which dropped tens of tons of explosives in the border areas north and east of the Gaza Strip, causing destruction to citizens’ property, and forming a cloud of deep black smoke in the atmosphere of the Gaza Strip.

The occupation aircraft had committed two massacres in the Jabalia and Al-Shati refugee camps, leaving dozens of martyrs and wounded dead and massive destruction of homes and property.

Since the start of the aggression, occupation aircraft have completely destroyed 4 mosques in Gaza City, a mosque in Khan Yunis, another in Beit Lahia, and three banks in the Gaza Strip. They also bombed and partially destroyed four schools belonging to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA).

Within the framework of the comprehensive aggression against the Palestinian people, the Minister of the Occupation Army, Yoav Galant, decided to impose a complete siege on the Gaza Strip, including preventing food and cutting off electricity and fuel from the Strip.

Health Minister Mai Al-Kaila said that the Israeli occupation army is deliberately bombing hospitals and targeting medical teams in the Gaza Strip.

Al-Kaila appealed to the international community to take urgent action to curb the occupation’s aggression against treatment centers, vehicles and ambulance crews in the Gaza Strip.

She stressed that the occupation deliberately bombs hospitals and ambulances and kills and injures crews, which is a major and clear violation of all international laws and norms.

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