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279 Days of Aggression: Zionist Terror Regime Continues Bombing Gaza Amidst Health Care Crisis

After 279 days of relentless bombing, the Israeli occupation army continues to target various areas in the Gaza Strip. The latest attacks include raids on residential houses, missile drone launches, and gunfire from gunboats along Gaza’s beaches.

A baby, the sole survivor of his family, has arrived at Sheikh Radwan clinic in Gaza after his mother and father were killed and trapped under the rubble of their home due to an Israeli strike.

— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) July 10, 2024


In Khan Yunis, airstrikes hit the east of the city while a warning from Doctors Without Borders highlighted the imminent halt in health care services at Nasser Medical Complex due to a shortage of medical supplies and fuel.


Doctors Without Borders warns of an imminent healthcare collapse at Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, due to severe shortages in medical supplies and fuel. The hospital, the last functioning medical facility in southern Gaza, faces escalating patient…

— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) July 11, 2024


This hospital is crucial as it is the last operating advanced facility in southern Gaza and is struggling to accommodate the increasing number of patients.


Photos of Palestinians returning to live on the rubble of their destroyed homes in Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip.

— AlQastal News (@QastalNewsEn) July 10, 2024


In Rafah, residential buildings were destroyed by the occupation forces, and in Gaza City, drones targeted homes in Al-Sabra neighborhood. With water desalination plants in northern Gaza and Gaza City ceasing operations due to a lack of fuel, residents are facing additional challenges in accessing clean water.


A Palestinian child sustained severe injuries following a violent Israeli airstrike that targeted his home in Gaza.

— PALESTINE ONLINE 🇵🇸 (@OnlinePalEng) July 10, 2024


Since October 7th, the ongoing aggression has resulted in a staggering death toll of 38,295 Palestinians and left 88,241 others wounded.

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