Ice cream vans in Gaza are still decorated with pictures of smiling children.
The freezers are no longer filled with ice cream, but with people killed in intense Israeli air strikes in the area.
The hospital morgue can only accommodate ten bodies, so we brought refrigerators from ice cream factories to be able to store the large number of martyrs.
Yasser Ali, a doctor at Al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah, says so Reuters Sunday.
More Norwegians in the Gaza Strip
Preparing mass graves
– The Gaza Strip is in crisis. If the war continues like this, we will not be able to bury the dead. Ali says the morgues are already full.
Palestinian authorities say they are now preparing mass graves.
According to Gaza health authorities, more than 2,750 people have been killed so far. Israeli authorities say the death toll on their part has now exceeded 1,400 people.
Most of the victims are civilians.
Meanwhile, more than 10,000 people were infected.
A clear message to Iran
– in danger
On October 7, the Palestinian Hamas movement launched the deadliest attack on Israel in decades.
Early this morning, Hamas fired several thousand rockets at Israel from the Gaza Strip. At the same time, several hundred Hamas soldiers penetrated Israeli defenses.
This operation resulted in the killing of more than 1,300 people and the kidnapping of 150 others.
Israel has since vowed to destroy Hamas. It carried out air strikes on the Gaza Strip, and also cut off electricity supplies to Gaza.
IDF towards Norway
Hospitals are now operating emergency units. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) was able to announce on Monday evening that these attacks are expected to continue for only another 24 hours.
– If the units stop, the lives of thousands of patients are at risk, according to what the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a statement.
He condemned the siege
The United Nations and many other international organizations have called for a humanitarian truce and an end to the blockade, which is causing severe shortages of water, food and electricity for the residents of Gaza.
At the weekend, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Sture (AFP) also condemned the blockade of Gaza and measures targeting civilians.