At the end of 39 days of war in Israel, at least “179 bodies” were buried this Tuesday in a “mass grave” dug in the Al Shifa hospital complex, said the director of the main hospital in the Gaza Strip. Among the dead are seven premature babies who died due to lack of electricity to keep them alive.
Inside the hospital, in the vicinity of which fighting and air strikes continue, the smell of decomposing bodies is suffocating, according to a witness, due to the lack of electricity for days. “There are corpses scattered in the corridors of the hospital complex, and the cold rooms of the morgues no longer have electricity,” she told Afp.
The lives of another 30 premature babies hang in the balance at the Gaza Strip’s largest hospital, where Israeli troops say they have agreed to bring incubators, as they continue to take control of the northern enclave amid intense fighting with the group. Islamist Hamas. It was not clear if the incubators had been delivered or how they would be fed.
Israel faces a great dilemma: whether or not to break into the largest hospital in Gazabefore being completely evacuated to reach a bunker Hamas (supposedly connected to the network of tunnels) that ironically shielded its Army several decades ago, reports Sal Emergui.
A second Israeli raid on Tulkarem In one week it leaves six Palestinians dead. He northern occupied West Bank This 2023 is experiencing its most violent year since the Second Intifada.