Dozens died in hospital surrounded by Israeli tanks

Dozens died in hospital surrounded by Israeli tanks

Health officials in Gaza announced that Israeli tanks surrounded a hospital in northern Gaza and that at least 12 Palestinians were killed and dozens injured as a result of open fire inside the facility.

While there was no confirmation from the Israeli military on the news about the Indonesian Hospital, Gaza Health Ministry spokesperson Ashraf Kidra said there were approximately 700 people in the hospital, including medical teams and the wounded.

According to the Palestinian news agency WAFA, the facility was hit by artillery fire. Palestinian officials stated that they were making intensive efforts to evacuate civilians.

Hospital staff denied that there were armed militants in the building. Israel says its forces in Gaza are targeting “terrorist infrastructure” and accuses Hamas of using people as “human shields.” Hamas rejects the accusations.


Israel had ordered the evacuation of the northern part of Gaza, but thousands of civilians still in the region have taken refuge in hospitals. During the six weeks of Israeli occupation, fuel and electricity began to run out across the region.

The Indonesia Hospital, which was established in 2016 with funding provided by Indonesian organizations, has stopped its activities like many other health centers in Gaza, but patients, medical staff and displaced civilians have taken refuge in the hospital.

Health officials announced that at least 14 Palestinians were killed in two airstrikes carried out by Israel on homes in the city of Rafah, near the border with Egypt.

Children continue to bear the brunt of Israel’s violence.

Although fighting between Hamas militants and Israel continues, U.S. and Israeli officials said they were close to reaching a Qatar-brokered deal to free some of the hostages held in Gaza and suspend fighting so aid could pass to civilians.

In simultaneous attacks carried out by Hamas in Israel on October 7, 240 people were taken hostage, prompting Israel to invade Gaza to destroy Hamas.

According to Israel, nearly 1,200 people were killed in the October 7 attacks, making it the deadliest day in the country’s 75-year history.

The Hamas-controlled Gaza administration says at least 13,000 Palestinians, including at least 5,500 children, have been killed in Israeli airstrikes and shelling since then.

In the statement from the institution responsible for the borders and border posts in Gaza, it is stated that part of the aid passed through the Rafah border post and 40 trucks were expected carrying equipment for the hospital in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). .


Although fighting continues in Gaza, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, Michael Herzog, said in an interview with ABC that Israel is hopeful that Hamas will release some hostages “in the coming days.”

Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said yesterday at a press conference in Doha that the main obstacles to the agreement are now “quite minor”, while “feasible and logistical” problems remain.

A White House official also said progress was being made in “highly complex and sensitive” negotiations.

Israel’s increasing airstrikes against its targets, which it describes as safe havens for armed militants, are seen to mean it is preparing to widen the scope of its attack on Hamas and direct it towards southern Gaza.

Separately, the United States, Israel’s main ally, warned yesterday that military planners should not begin a combat operation in the south without taking into account the safety of Palestinian civilians.


The Palestinian Ministry of Education and Training issued a written statement on the occasion of “November 20, World Children’s Rights Day.”

The statement said: “More than 5,000 children, including more than 3,000 students, have lost their lives in attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7.”

In the statement, which states that 23 students lost their lives in the occupied West Bank, it was noted that there is a story, a dream and a hope behind each figure regarding the people killed by Israel.

The statement called on all institutions and organizations that defend the rights of children and education, “to assume their responsibilities within their own jurisdictions and stop the growing violations and crimes.”
Countries and institutions around the world were also called on to “protect the life and educational rights of Palestinian children and students, and oppose the oppressive practices of Israel, the military, and Jewish settlers.”

The statement stated that the killing of children and students in the Gaza Strip violated all international norms and conventions, and that these terrible images broadcast by television channels and media revealed that educational institutions across the country were being attacked and the mentality of Israel. (AGENCIES)

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