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    The number of Palestinians killed in Israeli attacks on Gaza has risen to 1,900, including 614 children.

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    Somali Magazine October 14th 2023-The number of Palestinians killed in an Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip has grown to 1,900, according to the Health Ministry on Friday.

    According to the government, 614 children and 370 women were among those killed in Israeli attacks.

    The statement, which called for an end to Israeli attacks, stated that the number of injured individuals had climbed to 7,696, including 2,000 children and 1,400 women.

    It further stated that 15 medical staff were killed and 27 others were injured in the Israeli attacks.

    Furthermore, the statement stated that the Israeli army bombed Gaza’s Al-Durra Children’s Hospital with white phosphorus bombs, and that patients and personnel were transported to El Nasr Children’s Hospital.

    The statement emphasised Gaza’s collapsing health-care system and called for the development of safe corridors to ease the evacuation of wounded persons, as well as the delivery of fuel, medical supplies, and health-care personnel to the territory.

    In a significant escalation of Middle East tensions, Israeli forces started a continuous and powerful military campaign against the Gaza Strip in response to the Palestinian group Hamas’s armed offensive in Israeli territory.

    Last Saturday, Hamas launched Operation Al-Aqsa Flood against Israel, a multi-pronged surprise attack that included rocket launches and infiltrations into Israel via land, sea, and air.

    According to Hamas, the operation was carried out in retribution for the takeover of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem, as well as Israeli settlers’ increasing aggression towards Palestinians.

    Following that, the Israeli military started Operation Swords of Iron against Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip.

    Israel’s response has included cutting off water and electricity supplies to Gaza, aggravating living circumstances in a region that has been under blockade since 2007.

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