According to local media, this is the most violent attack since October 7, when the Al Aqsa Flood operation of the Palestinian resistance began.
In the east of the city, in the neighborhood of Al-Zaytoun, four houses were bombed, causing many deaths. The north of the territory also witnessed fierce artillery barrages, military ships, and warplanes.
Another target was the camp of Al-Bureij in the center of the Strip, where, according to the reporter for Al Mayadeen, Israeli planes attacked the residences of that camp and Al-Nuseirat.
In addition, there were very violent actions north of Jabalia against a refugee camp in the Al-Ternis area. Many dead, including children, arrived at Shouhada Al-Aqsa Hospital.
The media director of the Palestinian Red Crescent said that the army threatened to bomb Al-Quds Hospital at any time and then its surroundings.
A new attack took place in the neighborhood of Sheikh Radwan and, in turn, around the Al-Shifa medical complex, where many people died and many others were injured.
In the statistics of the dead in the Gaza Strip this Sunday, there are 57 martyrs in Rafah, 44 in Khan Yunis, 168 in the central region, 66 in Gaza City, and 44 in the north.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health says that, without fuel in hospitals, 140 injured people and patients on artificial respirators could lose their lives.
The Gaza Strip has reached a humanitarian crisis, facing power outages, running out of medical equipment, and a shortage of drugs that forces surgical operations to be performed without anesthesia.
The first secretary of the Party and president of the Republic, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, repeated on X (then Twitter) the condemnation of Cuba for the genocide committed by Israel against the Palestinian people.
The president showed his solidarity with the residents of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, territories that have been the target of the Israeli Army’s indiscriminate bombardment, which continues to kill innocent people.
Recently, the Cuban president, along with the leaders of 12 Latin American countries affected by the current migration crisis, rejected the deadly air strikes on hospitals, schools, and other civil infrastructure, killing thousands of people in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.