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1,000 Palestinians killed in one week in Gaza Strip

GAZA (Palestine Foundation Information Center) The Israeli army forces have killed more than 1,000 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip since the International Court of Justice (ICJ) adjourned its hearings a week ago to consider a lawsuit filed by South Africa against Israel, the Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor said in a new report released on Friday.

Euro-Med verified that the facts on the ground demonstrate that Israel never ceased committing genocide, in contrast to the narrative put forth by the Israeli legal team in an attempt to refute the charge of genocide.

At the ICJ, Israel asserted that it does not target civilians or civilian-related objects in the Gaza Strip, that it has slowed down the military’s activity there, that it is eager to expand humanitarian aid to the fullest extent of its capacity, that it supports rather than interferes with medical personnel’s work, and that it has no intention of forcibly displacing Gaza’s population.

Nevertheless, the preliminary documentation provided by Euro-Med casts doubt on the coherence between Israel’s assertions made in court and the actual events that transpired in the Gaza Strip between January 12 and 18.

According to Euro-Med, the Israeli army has not stopped killing civilians in the Gaza Strip, killing 1,018 people in just seven days, including 208 women and at least 390 children, at a rate of 145 per day.

The statistics mentioned above only included the dead bodies who arrived at Gaza Strip hospitals; there are still reports and data of deaths of other people, at least 15 per day during the same reported period, whose bodies were not recovered or buried in makeshift graves.

Five civilians, two of whom were women, were buried on the 17th and 18th of January in a school sheltering displaced people in the southern Gaza Strip, east of Khan Yunis. 1,934 more people were injured during the Israeli attacks, at least 70% of whom were women and children.

According to Euro-Med, some of these attacks targeted homes, tents, and chalets that housed displaced people in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, which is designated by the Israeli army as a safe area.

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