More than 100 innocent Palestinian civilians lost their lives in a ruthless israeli airstrike targeting a residential building in Jabalia, located in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
The building, which housed hundreds of civilians, became the focal point of the ongoing israeli offensive, described by witnesses as a heinous massacre.
The devastating attack unfolded when a residential building belonging to the Obeid family in Jabalia was subjected to a massive israeli missile strike. The strike resulted in the immediate loss of approximately 100 lives, with the majority being civilians, including children and women.
Reports indicate that the missile strike also left dozens of individuals injured, many of whom are still trapped under the debris. The exact number of missing persons remains unknown, intensifying the gravity of the situation as search and rescue operations continue.
This tragic event is not an isolated incident, as the zionist occupation forces have repeatedly been accused of committing similar massacres against civilians in their homes or seeking refuge in schools, not only in Jabalia but also in other regions of the Gaza Strip.
The israeli genocide in Gaza resumed yesterday morning, with attacks on residential neighborhoods from land, air, and sea. This follows the end of a one-week humanitarian ceasefire, brokered by Egypt and Qatar, designed to provide temporary relief to the conflict-ridden region.
The humanitarian ceasefire, initially set for four days, was extended for an additional three days, but the resumption of hostilities has resulted in a devastating toll on civilian lives.
According to non-final statistics provided by the Ministry of Health, at least 15,500 Palestinians have been killed since the start of the Israeli genocide campaign in Gaza on October 7.
The majority of the casualties are innocent civilians, with over 6,500 children and over 4,000 women among the victims. The international community continues to express deep concern over the escalating humanitarian crisis and loss of life in the region. (ILKHA)
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