Ministry of Health Hamas Israel announced on Saturday that more than 80 people had been killed in two bombings at a refugee camp run by Israel. him At Jabaliya, in the north Gaza StripIt was destroyed by a fight between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Movement.
The first bomb attack on a school killed 50 people and the second killed 32 members of the same family in a house. Hamasin power Gaza Since 2007.
The first shelling hit Al Faqura school, home to displaced people, at dawn, a ministry official told AFP.
Images circulating on social networks, verified by AFP, show bodies covered in blood or dust on the floors of the building, where mattresses have been installed under desks.
A company called him For Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) expressed outrage over a “terrible” attack. “These attacks (…) must stop. A humanitarian ceasefire cannot wait any longer,” UNRWA chief Philippe Lazzarini wrote on the X Network.
Coordinator of United Nations Organization for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief (OCHA)Martin Griffiths, referring to it as “sad information”, recalled that shelters were “places of safety” and schools, “places of learning”.
A second bomb attack on a house in the same refugee camp killed 32 members of the same family, including 19 children, the Hamas health ministry said, releasing a list of names.
The Israeli military said it was investigating reports of “an incident in the Jabaliya area”.
Overnight, another Israeli bombardment hit Khan Younis, killing at least 26 people, according to the director of Nasser Hospital in that town in the southern Gaza Strip.
Hamas commandos They killed 1,200 people on Israeli soil on October 7According to Israeli officials, 240 people were abducted, most of them civilians, along with other armed groups.
Since then, Israel has retaliated with bombing Gaza Strip According to the Hamas Ministry of Health, 12,300 Palestinian civilians, including 5,000 children, have been killed incessantly.
The hospital was evacuated
Hundreds of people were evacuated from Al Shifa Hospital on Saturday, which housed more than 2,000 patients, doctors and people displaced by the war. Israel To leave the place “in one hour”.
For four days, Israel has been attacking the area’s largest hospital, which it believes is a Hamas command center.
Six doctors will be at the hospital to care for 120 patients, including irreplaceable premature babies, one of them, Dr. Ahmed El Mogallalati, told the X Network.
The patients, accompanied by medical staff, left the hospital on foot and headed towards the Saal highway, an AFP reporter said.
Along the way, an AFP journalist found at least fifteen bodies, some in advanced stages of mutilation, in a landscape of destroyed roads, destroyed shops and overturned or crushed cars.
Parallel to the bombings, Israel vowed to “destroy”. HamasIt has been conducting ground operations since October 27 in the Gaza Strip, which covers 362 km2 and has a population of about 2.4 million.
Land activities are concentrated in the north of the territory, in the city GazaIt has been turned into a field of rubble, and around hospitals, the army accuses Hamas of setting up bases and using the sick as “human shields”.
On October 9, Israel cut off supplies of food, water, electricity and medicine, which normally go through Rafah, on the border with Egypt, south of the Strip.
According to Hamas, 24 of Gaza’s 35 hospitals have stopped functioning.
According to him, more than two-thirds of the Strip’s 2.4 million people have been displaced by the war. Most have at least fled south to escape the cold.
As requested AmericaOn Friday, Israel authorized two fuel tankers to enter Rafah daily. According to the Palestinian Authority, this first 17,000 liters will allow the electricity generators of hospitals and telecommunication networks to be reactivated.
Israel has so far refused to send the fuel, saying it could be used in military operations by the Hamas movement, which is considered a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union and Israel.
Tension is also high West BankA territory occupied by Israel since 1967, where around 200 Palestinians have died at the hands of settlers and Israeli soldiers since October 7, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Biden proposes to “reunify” Gaza and the West Bank
An Israeli war cabinet led by a conservative prime minister Benjamin NetanyahuGaza faces strong external pressure to alleviate civilian suffering.
Olaf Scholz, head of the German government, highlighted the “urgent need” to ease the humanitarian crisis in Gaza in a telephone conversation with Netanyahu on Saturday.
and the President of the United States, Joe BidenHe believed that Gaza and the West Bank should be “reunified” under a “reinforced” Palestinian Authority, as he wrote in The Washington Post, advocating a “two-state solution” referring to the creation of a Palestinian state. with Israel.
Netanyahu faces pressure from relatives of those abducted by Hamas, who are demanding a deal that would allow them to be released.
A rally of thousands of people started on Tuesday Tel AvivThey arrived in Jerusalem this Saturday, marching toward Netanyahu’s office, chanting “Bring them home now.”