The aggression against Gaza enters its 21st day... violent raids and dozens of martyrs

The aggression against Gaza enters its 21st day... violent raids and dozens of martyrs

On the 21st day of the war on Gaza, Israeli raids left dozens of martyrs and wounded in Khan Yunis and other areas, and destroyed more homes and mosques in the besieged Strip.

15 citizens, including 6 children, four women and two elderly people, were martyred in raids that targeted two homes, one for the Muhaisen family in the Al-Amal neighborhood, and the second for the Al-Alami family in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.

A number of citizens were martyred and others were injured, including women, children and the elderly, after an Israeli warplane bombed with a missile a house for the Yassin family over the heads of its residents in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, while a number of them are still under the rubble.

The occupation artillery bombarded intensively and continuously for hours the eastern and western areas of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, and shells fell on citizens’ homes, causing injuries among their ranks.

Local sources confirmed the death of four citizens and the injury of others, shortly after the occupation warplanes targeted a house for the Abu Shahma family in the Ma'an area of Khan Yunis, in addition to injuries caused by an Israeli missile strike that targeted a house for the Abu Namous family in the western camp in Khan Yunis.

Occupation aircraft also bombed the White Mosque in the Beach Camp, west of Gaza City, causing martyrs and wounded among citizens living near the targeting. They were transferred to Al-Shifa Hospital, west of the city.

The occupation navy's warships and boats fired dozens of shells towards the fishermen's port area, west of Gaza City, causing destruction in the area.

Hospitals in the Gaza Strip announced, in a non-final toll of the victims of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, that 7,028 citizens were martyred, including 2,913 children, 1,709 women, and 397 elderly people, and 18,484 citizens were injured with various injuries since October 7 of this year.