Baghdad The Civil Defense in the Gaza Strip said that the number of martyrs in the Gaza Strip as a result of the Israeli bombing rose to 139 people, including 39 children and 22 women.
The Civil Defense indicated that the number of victims due to the bombing of a house in Al-Shati refugee camp in Gaza rose to 10, after the bodies of two children were recovered.
In turn, the Palestinian Ministry of Religious Affairs announced that the Israeli warplanes destroyed a mosque. An Israeli military spokesman said that the army is investigating the validity of this report.
The Israeli warplanes renewed its air strikes on Gaza in the early hours of Saturday morning.
With no sign of the end of the fighting, losses spread further, with Palestinians announcing that 11 people were killed in the occupied West Bank, amid clashes between protesters and Israeli security forces.
Palestinian medical officials said that at least 130 people have died in Gaza since Monday, including children and women, and more than 900 others have been injured.
In a related context, the Electricity Company in the Gaza Strip stated that, as a result of the bombing of large areas in the Strip, eight main electricity lines carrying Electricity from inside the Green Line were disrupted, out of ten lines. The collapse of vital sectors as a result of the acute shortage of energy, with all parties calling for urgent intervention to stop the worsening of the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency