Dozens Killed, Injured as Israel Targets Entrance of Kamal Adwan Hospital in Gaza

Israel continues to target hospitals in the besieged Gaza Strip. (Photo: via QNN)

According to medical sources, at least 99 bodies have been brought to Kamal Adwan Hospital since Sunday morning.

Several Palestinians were killed and injured, including children and women, in a pre-midnight Israeli strike that targeted the northern gate of Kamal Adwan Hospital, in Jabalyia, in the northern Gaza Strip, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.

An Israeli drone fired a missile targeting the northern gate of Kamal Adwan hospital, killing at least four people, and wounding at least nine others.

Over 10,000 displaced people are seeking shelter at the hospital.

Local sources said that the ongoing intensive Israeli strikes left people unable to bury the bodies that were left on the ground in front and inside the hospital, stating that over 35 bodies needed to be buried.

According to medical sources, at least 99 bodies have been brought to Kamal Adwan Hospital since Sunday morning.

In a later development, Israeli warplanes shelled residential blocks around and near the hospitals in Beit Lahia and Jabaliya, which resulted in the killing of and wounding of dozens of people. Sources said that the Kamal Adwan was packed full of injured people.

Israel continued its aggression against the Strip, launching in the past few hours a series of violent air raids on densely populated neighborhoods, leaving many killed and injured.

During the past 24 hours, the Israeli occupation committed many massacres across Gaza, bombing civilian homes without any prior warning as part of the genocide it is committing against the people of the Strip.

The toll of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip since October 7 rose to 15,523, in addition to 41,316 injured. Seventy percent of the victims were children and women. 281 health personnel were killed and hundreds were injured.

The occupation attacked and destroyed 56 ambulances while on duty, killing and injuring their crews, and destroyed 56 health institutions. As a result of the strikes and lack of fuel, 26 hospitals and 46 primary care centers are not functioning.


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