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Israel’s massacres in Gaza continue, with 89 people killed and 120 injured in 24 hours

The Ministry of Health in Gaza announced on Friday that Israeli forces have committed eight more massacres within 24 hours, claiming the lives of 89 people and injuring 120 others.

The total number of victims of Israel’s assault since October 7 have risen to 33,634 killed and 76,214 injured, the ministry added.

Israel has intensified its aggression against various areas in the Gaza Strip, especially within the center of the Strip, where multiple civilians were killed and injured as a result of occupation boats targeting a primary school opposite to al-Orouba School in the new camp at Nuseirat.

Israel’s artillery targeted the northern areas of the camp, in addition to occupation aircraft raiding agricultural land in the vicinity of the electricity company north of the camp.

The occupation also bombed areas east of the Maghazi camp and the vicinity of Wadi Gaza Bridge.

And the Israeli army continued to bomb the areas of al-Dawa, Ard al-Mufti, the New Camp, al-Mughraqa and al-Zahraa, north of Nuseirat camp.

In the northern Gaza Strip, at least 25 Palestinians were killed after Israeli bombed a house belong to the Tabatibi family in the Sidra area in the Daraj neighborhood, central Gaza City.

As part of Israel’s obstruction of the entry of aid, the Israeli occupation forces assassinated the head of the Jabalia al-Nazla police station, Radwan Radwan, head of the committee for securing aid in the northern Gaza Strip, following an Israeli raid that targeted his house.

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