Dozens Killed, Injured in Israeli Raids after Truce Expires

Israeli airstrikes on Gaza continue. (Photo: via Social Media)

By Palestine Chronicle Staff  

A 4-day truce began on Friday, November 24, was extended twice, and ended on Friday, December 1, at 7 am local time today.

Dozens of Palestinians were killed and injured in airstrikes launched by the Israeli army on various areas in the Gaza Strip, moments after the end of the humanitarian truce, Al-Jazeera reported.

A four-day truce began on Friday, November 24, was extended twice, and ended on Friday, December 1, at 7 am local time today.

Al-Jazeera reported that at least 29 Palestinians have been killed since the resumption of the Israeli aggression. 

Israeli airstrikes were reported northwest of the Gaza Strip while artillery shelling targeted various areas in Gaza. 

Clashes resumed in more than one area between Palestinian Resistance and Israeli forces. 

An Israeli raid targeted a site near Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis, in southern Gaza.

Israeli occupation also bombed a mosque in the center of the city of Khan Yunis, causing nine wounded. 

Meanwhile, the Palestinian Resistance launched missiles from the Gaza Strip toward Israeli sites and towns, while Israeli authorities called on residents of Sderot and Asqalan (Ashkelon) to stay near shelters.

The Gaza government media office announced the killing of Palestinian photojournalist Abdullah Darwish in an Israeli bombing. 

The office said that a series of Israeli airstrikes targeted the south of the Strip, while the Gaza Ministry of Interior confirmed that Israeli aircraft targeted the town of Abasan, east of Khan Yunis, and a residential house in the Abu Iskander area, northwest of Gaza City.

“Israel is committing new massacres in the Strip immediately after the end of the truce,” the Gaza Health Ministry said, stressing that “the truce did not help Gaza’s health system.”

Since October 7, over 15,000 Palestinians, including over 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women were killed, with another 36,000 wounded, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza.


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