The Director-General of the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Dr. Munir Al-Bursh, said that the occupation destroyed some of the buildings of the Indonesian Hospital, while other buildings are under Israeli snipers who target any movement from above.
Al-Barsh confirmed, in a statement from the Indonesian hospital, “We cannot remove the victims of the Israeli bombing or count them,” noting that there were 650 wounded in the hospital, even though its capacity was 140 beds.
He added that many tried to leave the Indonesian hospital, but the Israeli drones targeted them.
Al-Barsh added that the occupation bombed the hospital’s clinics and surgeries floor and destroyed the equipment, stressing that “the bodies are piled up.”
He stressed that more than 100 patients in the hospital need urgent surgeries, and that medical teams are limited.
He pointed out that the occupation's targeting of the Indonesian hospital means the cessation of all health services in northern Gaza, expressing his fear of other massacres occurring after yesterday's massacre.
He pointed out that there are attempts to rationalize electricity, and that the hospital has resorted to using soybean oil to operate electrical generators instead of fuel.
For the 45th day in a row, the occupation continues its aggression against the Gaza Strip, since it began on October 7, after the Palestinian resistance carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, in the Gaza envelope area inside the Israeli depths.
The raids launched by the occupation fighters against the homes of defenseless civilians continue, in addition to targeting hospitals, mosques, churches and schools, which led to thousands of martyrs and wounded.
The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced in its latest census that the death toll since the start of the aggression had risen to more than 13,000 martyrs.