‘We are hearing screams from under the rubble appealing for assistance,’ Al Jazeera reported said in the early morning
Last night’s Israeli occupation strikes in Al Wehda neighbourhood in Gaza resulted in the death of 26 Palestinian people, including 10 women and eight children.
At the same time, at least 50 people were wounded. The number of deaths and wounded is expected to rise due to the dozens still missing.
“We are hearing screams from under the rubble appealing for assistance,” Al Jazeera reported said in the early morning.
The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported that the latest number of casualties brought the death toll since the start of the Israeli onslaught on Monday to 175 deaths, including 47 children and 29 women, in addition to 1,200 were wounded.
Israeli occupation struck this neighbourhood without giving warnings to the residents, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that the Israeli army issues pre-warnings prior to attacking any area.
One of the people killed last night is a well-known doctor at Gaza’s Al Shifa Hospital, Ayman Abu Aouf, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation army claimed it had targeted rocket launchers and weapons caches during the night strikes.
(Source / 16.05.2021)