Israeli Airstrikes Kill 51 Palestinians in Gaza Refugee Camp, Use Banned White Phosphorus

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Updated: 12:39 PM, Sun November 05, 2023

Israeli Airstrikes Claim Lives in Gaza Refugee Camp

Israeli airstrikes have caused significant loss of life and destruction in a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. At least 51 innocent Palestinian civilians were killed during an airstrike that targeted a residence in the Al-Maghazi refugee camp. The attack also resulted in damage to nearby homes and infrastructure.

The Israeli warplanes reportedly used internationally banned white phosphorus bombs during the airstrikes in the Al-Shati refugee camp, exacerbating the already dire situation. In another incident, the Indonesian Hospital in northern Gaza was also targeted by Israeli occupation forces, who launched a series of airstrikes in the area. Furthermore, the main water well in the Tel Al-Zaatar region of northern Gaza was also targeted, causing water to flood surrounding neighborhoods and houses.

Earlier, the remains of five victims were recovered from the rubble of the Abu Hasira family home, while ongoing efforts are being made to rescue additional bodies and assist the injured trapped beneath the debris.

The Ministry of Health has provided a grim update on the casualties resulting from Israeli aggression against Gaza and the West Bank. The toll now stands at over 9,572 victims, with more than 26,000 injured. Tragically, over two-thirds of those wounded are children, women, and the elderly.

The situation in Gaza is particularly dire, with 9,425 Palestinians killed and over 25,000 injured. The death toll in the West Bank has reached 147, with over 2,200 injured. The numbers are distressing, and there are concerns that over 1,600 people may be unaccounted for and feared dead under the rubble.

The ongoing violence has sparked international condemnation, with calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities and a peaceful resolution to the conflict. The Israeli airstrikes have drawn global attention due to the significant loss of civilian lives and the reported use of banned white phosphorus.

As the situation continues to unfold, it is essential that all parties involved prioritize the protection of civilian lives and work towards a lasting peace. The international community must actively engage in efforts to de-escalate the conflict and bring about a just and sustainable solution that ensures the rights and safety of all those affected.

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Riya Patel
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