Dozens of Palestinians Killed in New Israeli Massacres in Gaza

Israel renewed airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. (Photo: Anas al-Sharif, via Social media)

Dozens of Palestinians have been killed on Friday night and Saturday morning as Israeli forces continued their violent bombardment by land, sea and air.

Israeli occupation forces continued their violent bombardment by land, sea and air since Friday night on various areas of the Gaza Strip, killing and injuring dozens of civilians, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.

WAFA correspondent said that Israeli warplanes have intensified their bombardment of the eastern and central areas of Khan Younis since the pre-dawn hours with fire belts, in addition to shelling from gunboats and artillery.

Attacks were also reported on al-Qarara, northeast of Khan Younis, leveling to the ground four homes, as well as three mosques.

Israeli warplanes launched a series of violent raids on homes in Sheikh Nasr and Bani Suhaila in Khan Younis on Friday night, with fragments reaching UNRWA school where hundreds of displaced people are taking shelter.

In the central Gaza Strip, warplanes and gunboats continued to bomb several areas in Deir al-Balah,

In the northern Gaza Strip, the warplanes targeted homes in al-Tawam, Sheikh Radwan, Jabalia, and Beit Lahia.

Nearly 200 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli airstrikes across various areas of Gaza since Friday morning, as Israel resumed its aggression after a seven-day truce, the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza said in a statement.

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

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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