Martyrs and wounded in the occupation bombing of the Gaza Strip and artillery shelling Al Awda Hospital

Gaza (UNI/WAFA) - A number of Palestinian citizens were martyred and others were injured, today, Sunday, in artillery and occupation air strikes on various areas of the Gaza Strip. Artillery also bombed Al Awda Hospital in Jabalia, north of the Strip.

In the central Gaza Strip, rescue and civil defense crews recovered the bodies of 31 martyrs following an occupation bombing that targeted a house in the Nuseirat camp at dawn today.

In the southern Gaza Strip, two citizens were martyred in an occupation bombing of citizens’ homes in the town of Khuza’a, east of the city of Khan Yunis, while the occupation artillery renewed its bombardment of citizens’ homes east of the city of Rafah, south of the Strip.

Rescue and ambulance crews said that occupation artillery bombed Al-Awda Hospital in the Tal Al-Zaatar area in Jabalia, north of the Gaza Strip.

She added in a press statement that the occupation has destroyed more than 300 homes in Jabalia since the beginning of the incursion, and that its crews were able to recover the bodies of hundreds of martyrs in Jabalia, while there are still survivors and martyrs under the rubble that are difficult to reach.

The director of Kamal Adwan Hospital said in a press statement: A number of wounded people were martyred yesterday, due to the lack of necessary medical equipment, and that the crews are providing medical service at the minimum despite the occupation’s continued targeting.

He added that since yesterday, about 60 bodies of martyrs, most of them women and children, had arrived at the hospital following the bombing of a crowded residential square in Jabalia..

The Israeli occupation continues its aggression against the Gaza Strip, by land, sea and air, since the seventh of last October, which resulted in the martyrdom of 35,386 citizens, the majority of whom were children and women, and the injury of 79,366 others, in an infinite toll, as thousands of victims are still under the rubble.

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