Israel continued its brutal offensive in the Gaza Strip with an attack this Friday at Al Shifa Hospital in the northern district of Rimal, as criticized by the Palestinian authorities, thus leaving, once again dozens dead and wounded.
The Gazan Ministry of Health and the Palestinian Red Crescent (MLRP) also detailed that the bombings hit the entrance of the medical center when it was ready. an operation on ambulance convoys left with wounded heading south. Because of this latest attack, many of these people are in “critical” condition.
The “new massacre” attacked civilians in the area, patients, family members of patients, doctors, and other healthcare workers in addition to people who went to the hospital in search of safe shelter.
— PRCS (@PalestineRCS) November 3, 2023
This latest bombardment adds to the path that the Israeli Army is already gathering by attacking enclaves that are supposed to be safe points for civilians, such as the Yabalia refugee camp this Wednesday – where at least 145 people were massacred – or the attack on Al Hospital Ahli. , where nearly 500 people died in the bombs.
For his part, the Palestinian Minister of Health, Mai al Qila, warned of a “humanitarian disaster” that could mean a blackout of the main power generators in hospitals such as Al Shifa and stated that the secondary generators are only allowed to three operations. sections of the medical complex in just a few hours. In addition, he clarified that 16 out of 35 hospitals have stopped operating due to Israeli bombardment and lack of fuel.
The death toll is over 9,000
Since the escalation of the conflict between Israel and Palestine began on October 7, the balance has been reduced to the detriment of the Gazan side, where thousands of lives have been lost in less than a month due to frequent attacks. from the Israeli side.
The death toll inside the Gaza Strip now stands at 9,227, a figure that includes 3,826 dead children. From Israel, the death toll has been counted at 1,400 due to the first attack by Hamas, in addition to 200 people who are still hostages of the terrorist group.