Seve civilians were killed this morning during an attack by Israeli forces on the Bureij refugee camp, in the center of the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian news agency reported.
The attack on civilian homes also left several injured, including children, although the exact number is not known.
Shortly before midnight, another attack killed at least 13 people in the Nuseirat camp, also in the center of the Gaza Strip.
In the offensive against Nuseirat, the Israeli army bombed two residential buildings with fighter jets and carried out raids in different neighborhoods of the city.
Also according to WAFA, a 21-year-old Palestinian was shot dead today by Israeli troops in the city of Qalqilya, in the occupied West Bank.
Local sources told the agency that Israeli forces fired indiscriminately while carrying out raids.
On October 7, fighters from Hamas — in power in the Gaza Strip since 2007 and classified as a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union and Israel — carried out an attack on Israeli territory of unprecedented proportions since the creation of the State of Israel, in 1948, claiming more than 1,200 deaths, mostly civilians, 5,000 injured and around 240 hostages.
In retaliation, Israel declared a war to “eradicate” Hamas, which began with cuts to food, water, electricity and fuel supplies in the Gaza Strip and daily bombings, followed by a ground offensive in the north of that territory, which is now under attack. advance south.
The war between Israel and Hamas, which continues to threaten to spread throughout the Middle East region, has so far left more than 15,200 people dead in the Gaza Strip, mostly civilians, and more than 40,000 injured, according to the most recent report. of local authorities, and 1.7 million displaced people, according to the UN, plunging the poor Palestinian enclave into a serious humanitarian crisis.
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