Gaza became a ghost city

Gaza became a ghost city

The demolition of the collective housing complex consisting of 320 apartments, built in 2017 for poor families whose houses were destroyed in previous Israeli attacks, in the village “Vadi Gaza”, known locally as Juhar al-Dik, in the south of the city Gaza, could be seen after Israeli bombing ceased during the “humanitarian pause” period.

Fatima al-Mağribi, one of the local residents, told the AA correspondent that they returned to examine the state of their houses, but found extensive destruction.

“Residents can no longer find shelter for themselves and their families.” Mağribi said that the local residents, whose houses were destroyed, did not know where to go.

Mağribi, who returned home hoping to get some clothes because of the cold, said: “I came to my house to look for food, clothes and something to cover myself because of the extreme cold, but I couldn’t find anything in my collapsed house.” he said.

Magribi stated that Palestinian families in Gaza are experiencing great pain and called for a permanent ceasefire.


İbrahim Abu Arabiye, one of the residents of the site, stated that the people living at the site are ordinary people and said: “Israel used all kinds of weapons against us, there is no resistance here. “We are civilians.” he said.

Stating that Israel is constantly bombing the region and that total destruction has come to light, Abu Arabiye said: “The people here are ordinary people. These houses were built for people in need with the donations of donors.” said.


With the implementation of the “humanitarian pause” in the clashes between Hamas and Israel, the extent of the destruction at the Indonesian hospital was revealed, which was attacked by the Israeli army with artillery fire and heavy weapons.

The Israeli army raided and destroyed hospitals in Gaza with various excuses, such as “underneath them there are tunnels and Hamas headquarters and Israeli prisoners are being held there.”

Although these claims have been repeatedly denied by health professionals in Gaza and Hamas, what remains of Israel’s attacks is the extensive destruction in hospitals.

Munir Abdullah al-Berş, director general of the Ministry of Health in Gaza, said in a statement to the AA correspondent: “The Israeli army attacked the Indonesian hospital. “It destroyed the operating room, the dialysis department and several ambulances.” saying.

Regarding the attack on the hospital, Berş said: “Israeli soldiers entered the section where the wounded were kept and killed 12 Palestinians. “He bombed the entrances and exits of the hospital.” he said.


While Hamas’s armed wing, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, launched a comprehensive attack on the morning of October 7, claiming to “respond to Israel’s continued violations against the Palestinians and their sacred values, especially the Masjid al-Aqsa”, the Israeli army launched intense aerial bombardments on the Gaza Strip.

It was announced that 1,200 Israelis, including more than 310 soldiers, were killed and 5,132 people were injured in the attacks in Israel on October 7. According to the Israeli army, 70 Israeli soldiers have been killed in clashes in Gaza and 6 on the Lebanese border since October 7.

According to the Gaza government, the number of Palestinians killed in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7 has exceeded 15,000, including more than 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women.

Since October 7, 242 Palestinians have lost their lives in attacks by Israeli forces and Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

The Israeli army attacked the campuses or main buildings of dozens of Gaza hospitals, where tens of thousands of wounded and civilians took refuge, to force their evacuation. Some hospitals were raided during the occupation. Hundreds of people were killed and injured in the attacks.

85 Hezbollah members have been killed in clashes between the Israeli army and Hezbollah on the border since October 8.


The agreement regarding a four-day “humanitarian pause” in the fighting between Israel and Hamas came into force at 07:00 (08:00 GMT) on Friday, November 24.

As part of the prisoner exchange agreement under the “humanitarian peace” agreement between Israel and Hamas, 61 Israeli prisoners, one of whom is a man and the others are women and children, have been released from the Gaza Strip. Gaza and 180 Palestinian women and children have so far been released from Israeli prisons.

Qatar announced yesterday that the “humanitarian pause” had been extended by two more days as a result of mediation efforts between Hamas and Israel. (AA)

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