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Israeli airstrikes on Gaza refugee camps at midnight, killing thirty people

In Palestine’s besieged Gaza Strip, an Israeli airstrike targeted a residential building within the Jabalia Shelter, leaving 30 casualties, most of whom were women and children. Many are still trapped under the rubble. The attack took place late Sunday night in the Al-Shuhada area of Jabalia Shelter.

This information was reported by Al-Jazeera, a news outlet based in Qatar, on Monday. The director of Indonesian Operations in Northern Gaza stated, “We are facing a crisis in medical supplies and equipment.”

Jabalia Shelter is one of the most densely populated areas in Gaza, housing nearly 120,000 people. Additionally, on Sunday night, Israeli airstrikes intensified in various neighborhoods of Gaza.

In another residential building in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, an Israeli airstrike resulted in the deaths of at least 14 people, including women and children, according to Palestinian hospital sources.

Previously, on October 20, an Israeli airstrike targeted Jabalia Shelter, resulting in at least 18 Palestinian fatalities. Prior to that, on October 9, a similar attack occurred in the same shelter, initiated by the occupying forces.

It’s worth noting that the death toll in Gaza due to Israeli airstrikes has now surpassed 4,000. Hamas, the resistance movement in Palestine centered in Gaza, announced the commencement of a military campaign against Israel in response to the ongoing assault. In retaliation, Israel has launched the “Operation Al-Aqsa Storm.”

Mohammad Deif, the head of Hamas’ military wing, stated in a briefing that on Saturday morning, Israel initiated “Operation Al-Aqsa Storm” with an onslaught of 5,000 rockets. Israel has also acknowledged its intention to carry out an incursion into Gaza.

In reality, this marks the first large-scale conflict of such magnitude in the Al-Aqsa region of the Middle East since 1953.

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