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On the 222nd day of the aggression: martyrs and wounded in a series of intense raids on several areas in the Gaza Strip

Gaza (UNI/WAFA) - A number of Palestinian citizens were martyred and injured at dawn and early Wednesday morning, in a series of raids launched by Israeli warplanes on several areas in the Gaza Strip, which has been subjected to the occupation’s continued aggression for the 222nd day in a row.

Four Palestinian citizens were martyred and others were injured when an Israeli warplane bombed a house for the Abu Al-Hasani family in the town of Jabalia, north of the Gaza Strip. They were transferred to Kamal Adwan Hospital in Jabalia Camp.

A child was martyred as a result of an Israeli missile strike that targeted a house for the Brash family in the vicinity of the club in the Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip. She was transferred to Al Awda Hospital in the neighboring Nuseirat camp.

The neighborhoods of Al-Zaytoun, Al-Sabra and Al-Rimal in Gaza City witnessed intense air and artillery bombardment by the Israeli occupation, which resulted in the injury of a number of Palestinian citizens.

A Palestinian correspondent reported renewed violent artillery shelling on the Al-Musalba area and the vicinity of Street 8 in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, resulting in 7 wounded who arrived at the Baptist Hospital in the city.

Israeli warplanes also targeted violent raids on Old Gaza Street in the town of Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip.

The neighborhoods of Al-Salam, Al-Jeneina, and Al-Barazil, east of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, witnessed artillery shelling that caused widespread destruction to citizens’ homes and property.

In an infinite toll, the number of martyrs since the start of the aggression on the Gaza Strip reached 35173, the majority of whom were children and women, in addition to 79061 citizens being injured, and thousands of victims are still under the rubble.

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