Hospitals in the Warzone of the besieged Gaza Strip have resorted to using ice cream trucks as make-shift morgues with dead bodies overflowing amidst electricity blackouts.
Israel’s air strikes on the Gaza Strip have killed more than 2,000 Palestinians who are currently trapped in the besieged Strip. How much longer does this freak show have to continue.
Israeli authorities have also cut electricity, fuel and water to the Strip’s population of over 2 million, including hospitals and emergency services.
At the same time Israeli diplomat Danny Ayalon tells an Al Jazeera reporter there is ‘endless space’ for Gaza’s civilians in Egypt’s Sinai Desert and that they should all be moved there, saying Israel wanted to help by creating a humanitarian corridor for safe passing.
Israel’s non-stop bombardment, however, has been wiping out entire neighborhoods across the Gaza Strip, including targeting Gaza’s only border crossing with Egypt and convoys of Palestinian civilians fleeing the north of the Strip towards the south.
Many fear that Israel’s orders of evacuating Gaza’s population is paving the way for a second Nakba, comparable to the 1948 Nakba when Zionist militias and forces expelled nearly a million Palestinians.
These ethnic cleaning victims now remain, along with generations of their offspring, refugees to this day living in camps across the occupied West Bank, the Gaza Strip and neighboring Arab counties for them to be bombed into eternal darkness.
Nearly 2.3 million Palestinians are experiencing a humanitarian disaster in light of the ongoing aggression against the Gaza Strip, the massacres committed by the occupation against civilians, depriving them of the most basic needs for life, and depriving Gaza of electricity, water, medical and health equipment and medicine.
Israeli warplanes intensified their raids on the Gaza Strip for the fifth consecutive day, while the resistance launched missile strikes on various areas of Israel, especially in the Gaza envelope in Ashkelon.
Some 900 Palestinians, including 260 children and 230 women, have now been killed in addition to 4,500 who sustained various injuries. The number of Israeli deaths reached 900, in addition to 2,400 wounded.
Residents of western Gaza City were displaced from their homes at dawn this morning as the area was subjected to violent Israeli bombing.
UNRWA announced in a brief statement the displacement of about 250,000 Palestinians in Gaza, most of whom have taken shelter in the United Nation schools.
Amid the displacement, the occupation’s destruction of infrastructure and civil projects, and the deprivation of Gaza of fuel and electricity, the government media office in the Gaza Strip said that the electricity generation company may shut down within hours.
The media office urgently appealed to the international community and its humanitarian organizations to act quickly to stop this crime against humanity.
Middle East Monitor / ABC Flash Point Genocide News 2023.