At least 25 civilians, the majority of whom were children and women, were killed today in a series of Israeli aerial and artillery strikes at al-Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the central Gaza Strip.

Medical sources reported that 25 civilians were killed and several others injured as Israeli airstrikes targeted al-Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the central Gaza Strip.

Ambulance and civil crews retrieved the bodies of the 25 persons from under the rubble of several inhabited homes that were bombed in the ongoing airstrikes.

Simultaneously, scores of civilians are still missing under the rubble as a result of the Israeli bombardment of multiple residential squares in the central Gaza Strip.

The Israeli artillery also continued to intensively bombed Khan Yunis in the south of the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, the European Hospital received the bodies of five people killed by Israeli shelling. Ambulances were unable to reach the targeted locations due to the ongoing Israeli artillery shelling as well as drone-fired sho
ts at anything in motion in the Al-Satar area and near the vicinity of the Nasser Medical Complex.

The number of civilians killed since the start of the Israeli aggression on Gaza on October 7 has risen to 29,878, mostly women and children. At least 70,215 others were injured.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon