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Fri 14 Jun 2024 9:05 am - Jerusalem Time

Oxygen in Gaza Strip is about to be cut off

30 dead and dozens of injuries in 3 massacres and violent raids in various regions 
Blowing up residential buildings, intense artillery shelling on Al-Shaboura, and raids on Al-Zaytoun and Al-Nuseirat 
The bodies of a number of wounded people were recovered from under the rubble of their homes, most of them children 
 “Quad Capture” pursues citizens in homes, streets, and in displacement tents 
 The occupation forces admit that 11 soldiers were injured during fierce battles in Rafah 


Thousands of patients and wounded are at risk of death in the hospitals of the Gaza Strip, after the distress call launched by the Ministry of Health in Gaza, warning that the last remaining generating station in the Strip would run out of fuel, after the occupation destroyed 20 oxygen generating stations.


On the ground, the occupation army blew up residential buildings in the center of the city of Rafah, which were subjected to raids and intense artillery shelling since the dawn hours, while Israeli aircraft launched raids on Al-Shaboura, the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, Gaza City, Al-Nuseirat, and the Al-Mawasi area. This comes at a time when the toll of the continuing Israeli aggression on Gaza rose on that day. From 251 to 37 thousand and 232 dead and 85 thousand and 37 injuries, after the occupation forces committed 3 massacres against families that led to the death of 30 citizens and the injury of 105 others during the past 24 hours, while the occupation army announced that 11 soldiers were injured during the past 24 hours, according to the toll. Officially, 650 Israeli soldiers and officers have been killed since October 7, 2023, including 298 since the start of the ground attack on Gaza, and the total number of casualties reached 3,822, including 1,938 since the start of the ground attack.


The occupation forces continued their aggression against the Gaza Strip for the 251st day, leaving dozens killed and wounded.


Local sources reported hearing explosions and heavy gunfire from occupation tanks in the western area of the city of Rafah, coinciding with Apache warplanes and occupation boats firing at the same area, which led to the blowing up of entire residential buildings.
It added that medical teams recovered the bodies of 3 killed and a number of wounded, most of them children, as a result of targeting a house for the Al-Louh family in the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip.


The Israeli occupation artillery fired shells at citizens' homes northwest of the Nuseirat camp and the Al-Mughraqa area in the central Gaza Strip.


Quadcopter military drones also opened fire on citizens' homes in the Al-Shuja'iya and Al-Zaytoun neighborhoods in Gaza City.
The occupation vehicles stationed in the "Netzarim" axis bombed with rocket shells the neighborhoods of Al-Zaytoun, Al-Sabra, Tal Al-Hawa, and Sheikh Ajlin in Gaza City, coinciding with the shooting.


The occupation army vehicles continued their incursion into the southeastern outskirts of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City, coinciding with missile and artillery shelling in the area.


At least four citizens were martyred, and dozens were injured, yesterday, in continuous bombing by the occupation forces on the cities of Gaza and Rafah.
Local sources reported that a citizen was killed and others were injured in a bombing by an occupation drone on a group of citizens on Kishko Street in Gaza City.


She added that the occupation aircraft bombed the Al-Shuja'iya neighborhood, east of Gaza City, resulting in the death of a citizen and the injury of 4 others.
Two citizens were killed and others were injured as a result of an occupation bombing near Canada Well in the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood, west of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.


A citizen was martyred and two others were injured yesterday in an occupation bombing near the Gaza port, west of the city.


For its part, the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, announced that its fighters engaged in fierce clashes with Israeli army forces penetrating east of the Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City, and said that it targeted those forces with mortar shells.


The Al-Qassam Brigades also announced that they targeted an Israeli army headquarters in the Netzarim axis with a 114 mm missile.


In turn, the Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, announced that it had targeted Israeli soldiers with a ground bomb east of the Zaytoun neighborhood.


In eastern Gaza City, the Al-Quds Brigades said they bombed the transmission towers at the Nahal Oz site with mortar shells. The brigades also announced that they bombed, with 107 missiles, a command and control center belonging to the Israeli army on the supply line to the Netzarim axis, south of Gaza City.


In the Rafah battles in the south of the Gaza Strip, the Al-Qassam Brigades announced that they had targeted two Merkava 4 tanks with two “Yassin 105” shells in the Shaboura camp.


In turn, the Al-Quds Brigades announced that they had bombarded with mortar a gathering of Israeli army vehicles and soldiers penetrating west of the Shaboura camp.
Humanely, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said that more than 300,000 tons of waste are accumulating in all areas of the Gaza Strip, posing catastrophic health and environmental risks to the residents of the Strip.


The agency said that waste is accumulating in or near densely populated areas in all areas of the Strip, warning that this poses catastrophic environmental and health risks. She pointed out that in light of the current conditions in Gaza, children dig through tons of waste every day. She stressed that the unhindered entry of humanitarian aid and a ceasefire now are essential to restoring humanitarian living conditions for the residents of the Strip.


The World Health Organization has also warned that Gazans face catastrophic hunger and famine-like conditions.


Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, denied that there was any evidence that those in need in the Gaza Strip were receiving enough food.


The Palestinian Red Crescent also announced the resumption of work and reception of the wounded and sick at the association’s medical point in the Jabalia camp in the northeastern Gaza Strip. This comes after the restoration and rehabilitation of the place despite the great destruction inflicted on it by the Israeli occupation soldiers.

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