GAZA,(Palestine Foundation Information Center)For the 43rd consecutive day, Israel’s massive carnage continues to claim more lives in the Gaza Strip as its army persists in bombing homes and buildings and targeting civilians systematically.
Since last night and Saturday morning, dozens of citizens have been martyred and many others have been wounded in renewed spates of aerial and artillery attacks on different areas of Gaza.
On Friday evening, the health ministry in Gaza estimated that the death toll surged to 12,000 martyrs, mostly women and children, while the number of wounded citizens climbed to over 30,200, although the number of casualties is believed to be more than that as there are many civilians still under the rubble of buildings.
According to the latest developments, one citizen was martyred and at least one citizen was injured when an Israeli warplane bombed the house of the Abu Hilal family in al-Geneina neighborhood, east of Rafah.
An Israeli airstrike destroyed the cultural center of the Rafah municipality in Khirbet al-Adas area, injuring three citizens.
Two other citizens suffered injuries when the Israeli army bombed an internet transmission station in Khan Yunis.
Several casualties were reported after warplanes bombarded a residential block in al-Souk street in Beit Lahia, north of Gaza, while citizens appealed for urgent help to save the wounded.
The Israeli army also bombed at dawn the Grand Mosque in al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza, with no reported casualties.
At least 28 civilians were massacred and many others were wounded when the Israeli army bombed several apartments in the Hamad housing compound.
A number of casualties were also reported in Beit Lahia, north of Gaza, following Israeli attacks on two homes.
Local sources and media outlets affirmed that Israeli warplanes continued last night and on Saturday morning to launch dozens of raids on different areas of Gaza, destroying homes and killing civilians, while ambulance and rescue crews are unable to reach many of the victims, especially in Gaza City and the north.