226 days of war: Numerous casualties in series of Israeli airstrikes across Gaza

19-05-2024 09:22 AM

Ammon News - A series of intense Israeli airstrikes and heavy artillery shelling struck the Nuseirat, Bureij, and Jabalia refugee camps, as well as the towns and cities of Beit Lahia, Rafah, and Gaza City late last night, resulting in multiple casualties among civilians, including a journalist.

WAFA correspondents reported that Journalist Abdullah Al-Najjar was among those killed after being targeted by an Israeli airstrike in the town of Jabalia, northern Gaza.

Simultaneously, three civilians were killed and others wounded in an Israeli airstrike on a house north of Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza Strip.

Meantime, several civilians were killed and injured when Israeli warplanes targeted a house belonging to the Shahin family in Gaza City.

Several areas in Jabalia, Beit Lahia, and the vicinity of Kamal Adwan Hospital in northern Gaza Strip further witnessed heavy artillery shelling, resulting in more casualties among civilians.

Israeli warplanes also conducted airstrikes on Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza, as well as in the central, eastern, and northern neighborhoods of Rafah.

Earlier, Israeli warplanes launched a series of airstrikes on various areas in the northern Gaza Strip.

The ongoing Israeli onslaught on Gaza since October 7 has resulted so far in at least 35,386 documented Palestinian fatalities, with an additional 79,366 individuals sustaining injuries, according to the local health authorities. The majority of the victims are women and children.


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