DECEMBER 9, 2022
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Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Cause Heavy Casualties, Including Women and Children

Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Cause Heavy Casualties, Including Women and Children

On May 25, Israeli jets bombed An-Nazla elementary school in northern Gaza near the Jabalia camp, killing at least 10 Palestinians, including several women and children. The school had been serving as a shelter for hundreds of refugees. According to eyewitness reports, a group of Palestinians were filling up gallons of water when the school was bombed. “The children were playing in the schoolyard, and suddenly we were bombed,” one displaced woman whose daughter was injured in the attack told Al-Jazeera. “We lived something unnatural.”

Following the attack on the school, Israeli jets bombed a group of civilians in the Al-Faluja area of northern Gaza, resulting in additional fatalities. In Beit Hanoon, Israeli forces raided a house, killing several Palestinians, including five children.

Medical sources in Gaza reported to WAFA News Agency that Israeli troops conducted five massacres against families in the Gaza Strip over a 24-hour period, killing at least 46 and injuring 130 others. Ambulances and rescue teams have been regularly blocked by occupation troops from reaching the sites of the massacres.

The surge in Israeli violence in northern Gaza comes a day after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordered Tel Aviv to immediately halt its military offensive in Rafah. Over the past 24 hours, dozens have been killed in Rafah, where more than 900,000 Palestinians have fled in the past three weeks following Israel’s control of the city's only border crossing and the expansion of its military offensive. Israeli troops have also advanced towards Rafah's Kuwaiti Hospital and struck nearby residential buildings.

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