Gaza / Beirut (VG) As rockets hit the neighborhood, people flee on foot, in cars and tractors, and on donkeys.
From night to Saturday, attacks in Gaza continued in full force, according to at least seven Palestinians The Associated Press was killed After several Israeli bombs hit a house on the outskirts of Al-Shati refugee camp.
to me Al Jazeera Six of the children were killed.
“I couldn’t bear it and went back to the house again,” Saeed al-Ghoul, who lives near the bombed house, told The Associated Press, adding that rescue crews were searching for survivors in the rubble.
Hamas says it responded to the attack – which it described as a “war crime” and “massacre” – with several rocket attacks.
A missile struck the port area in Ashdod as it struck an oil depot, NTB writes. Run according to The Times of Israel A massive explosion. It was also warned of attacks in Sderot, near the Gaza Strip, as the Israeli newspaper Haaretz wrote.
The IDF wrote that this should not remain unanswered Twitter. About the attack on Ashdod.
A family of ten dead
Medical sources told AFP that a family of 10 was killed Saturday in an Israeli air strike on the Gaza Strip.
Eight children and two women, all from the same family, were killed when a three-story building collapsed after the airstrike on the Shati refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip. NTB writes.
More remains to be missed in the ruins. According to Agence France-Presse, a child was found alive and transferred to Al-Shifa Hospital after he survived the air strike.
Death rates are on the rise
On Friday, the VG was in the city of Beit Hanoun, on the northeastern edge of the Gaza Strip, just six kilometers from the Israeli city of Sderot.
On the same day, the United Nations announced that 10,000 Palestinians had been forced to flee their homes in Gaza Because of the fighting that destroys.
The sky turns orange when Israeli projectiles fly into the air. At the same time, Palestinian rockets were fired in the opposite direction.
The neighborhoods are deserted.
Civilians flee along the road.
This is what the town of Beit Hanoun looks like now:
Muhammad Abu Malih, 38, was in a neighbor’s car with his 75-year-old mother, wife, and five children. One of them is the handicap.
– My brother is injured and in the hospital, the man told VG.
The bombing began without warning.
Mleih says he saw three women and two children killed.
It is believed that his house has been leveled to the ground and that his sheep and goats are dead.
The Gaza Health Ministry reported on Saturday evening that a total of 137 people had died in recent days. 36 of them are children, Al Jazeera wrote. In addition, more than 920 people were injured in the attacks.
Hamas and Islamic Jihad claimed that 20 of their personnel were killed. In Israel, nine people have been killed since Monday, including a child, according to the Associated Press.
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– We didn’t manage to get food
In Beit Hanoun on Friday, VG saw people fleeing in a car, mattresses and luggage on top of the car. On the way to relatives or buildings they heard safely about.
Others sit in tractors and on donkeys.
Sociologist Muhammad Abu Shabab (41 years old) told VG that there had been a long discussion in his neighborhood: Should we turn away or not? Decide to leave. He and his wife packed the kids’ toys, clothes, and important documents with them.
The most important thing is to avoid death, he says.
When he came home to get something, he saw that the entire neighborhood had been emptied. Only cats and dogs were left.
VG arrives at a school where we met Muhammad al-Louh from Beit Lahiya.
Many have taken refuge here. On the second floor, the women lived in three different rooms. On the ground floor there are parents and children. They have no water.
– We also didn’t manage to bring food, says Clapboard to VG.
The United Nations calls for a ceasefire
According to a statement from United Nations Coordinator Lynn Hasting Civilians are fleeing to schools and mosques, with limited access to water, food, and health services.
Rabbis on the conflict: Israel brought a gift to Hamas
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is now calling for an immediate ceasefire, NTB writes.
The ongoing military escalation has resulted in great suffering and devastation. He said that he claimed many civilian lives, among them many children The Times of Israel.
“The fighting could lead to an uncontrollable security and humanitarian crisis and lead to more extremism, not only in the occupied Palestinian territories and Israel, but in the region as a whole,” he added.
It is scheduled to meet the UN Security Council on Sunday at 4 pm Norwegian time.
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