Israel targeted an aid camp in Gaza, according to the government of Gaza, killing at least thirty people. Israel, however, claims that the army was not there.
Israel and Hamas are still at war, and more than 11,000 people have died thus far. At least thirty individuals were killed when the Israeli army bombarded a Gaza refugee camp on Saturday. In addition, according to Hamas, a dozen people died in an attack on a United Nations school.
According to Gaza’s Health Ministry, 9480 individuals have died there thus far, with over half of them being minors.
According to Gaza’s health ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra, 30 more bodies have been transported to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital. The assault took place close to the center of the Gaza Strip in the Al Magaji camp.
Simultaneously, Hamas claimed on Telegram that Israel was striking ordinary people’s homes. Aside from this, women and children made up the majority of the deceased. According to a 37-year-old journalist, my home was close to the camp. In addition, my house collapsed during the airstrike.
Another informed AFP that two sons, ages 4 and 13, perished in the Israeli bombardment. In addition, two more children, his brother, and his brother’s wife have all suffered serious injuries.
A spokesman for the Israeli Army, however, states that it is still unclear whether or not the Israeli army entered that region. Israel claims that terrorist groups in Gaza occasionally, whether on purpose or accidentally, target its civilians.
Arab nations are applying pressure to the United States.
Arab nations are now applying pressure to the United States for a cease-fire in Gaza. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Jordan subsequent to Israel and Gaza. Jordan and Egypt also made an effort to exert pressure on Israel to halt the assaults. Israel has promised to eradicate Hamas entirely. However, destroying Hamas in Gaza will be difficult because of tunnels. These tunnels contain months’ worth of rations and weaponry that Hamas fighters have stashed away.