UNRWA chief says Israeli bombing of Gaza school was ‘without prior warning’

According to Doctors Without Borders, Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital is struggling to treat “the influx of patients”.

The Israeli military said on Wednesday that its forces were operating “Up and Down the Floor” in the eastern areas of Deir al-Bala and in the al-Bourej refugee camp in central Gaza. The operation began with airstrikes on militants’ infrastructure, according to the military, which troops later said they had carried out. “Target Daytime Activity” In both areas.

According to Doctors Without Borders (MSF), at least 70 dead and 300 injured, “For most women and children”Al-Aqsa martyrs were taken to the hospital on Tuesday and Wednesday after a wave of Israeli strikes.

The international charity, in a post on X, said the hospital was struggling to provide treatment “Patients arrive, many with severe burns, shrapnel, broken bones and other traumatic injuries.”

“The smell of blood in the emergency room this morning was unbearable. There are people lying everywhere, on the ground, outside., Announced in X Karin HusterMSF Coordinator for Gaza.

After nearly eight months of war, Gaza’s health system has nearly collapsed. The hospital, which treated about 700 injured and sick people before the latest strikes, said Wednesday that one of its two power generators had stopped working, threatening its ability to run ventilators and incubators for premature babies.

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