Scores of Civilians, Including Journalist, Killed in Relentless Israeli Bombing of Gaza

Majority of casualties in Gaza are women and children. (Photo: via Eye on Palestine)

Scores of Palestinian civilians were killed, and others were injured, in the relentless occupation bombing on various parts of the Gaza Strip.

The official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported that six Palestinians were killed, east of Khan Yunis Governorate, as a result of the ongoing Israeli bombing.

Journalist Mohammad al-Thalathiini was killed in the aircraft bombing of his house in Gaza City.

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Al-Thalathiini’s killing has raised the death toll among journalists to 112 since the start of Israel’s aggression on October 7.

Al-Nuseirat, Al-Bureij, and Al-Maghazi camps and the Al-Mughraqa area in the central Gaza Strip were also subjected to intense artillery shelling.

Medical sources announced that a youth was seriously injured, after being targeted by a missile from an Israeli drone in the middle of Al-Bahr Street.

Several civilians were wounded and taken to Al-Shifa Medical Complex as a result of the occupation bombing west of Gaza City.

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Palestinian and international estimates say that the majority of those killed and wounded are women and children.


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