No one has survived the Israeli bombing in Gaza Strip, which has a population of 23 lakhs. Not even the southern areas that Israel has declared a safe zone. Due to this, residents living in Gaza are stuck there. In the last 12 days, fire was raining from the sky on Gaza, every day new areas were being burnt to ashes.

Agency, Khan Younis. No one has survived the Israeli bombing in Gaza Strip, which has a population of 23 lakhs. Not even the southern areas that Israel has declared a safe zone. Due to this, residents living in Gaza are stuck there. With nowhere to escape for Gaza’s residents, every new area has been razed to the ground by fire falling from the sky over the past 12 days.

The situation is such that most of the people buried under the debris of the buildings destroyed in the Israeli bombing could not be saved even after several days. Meanwhile, Gaza as a whole is suffering from water, electricity and food crises. On October 7, Hamas launched a brutal attack on Israel, killing hundreds of people. Israeli military retaliation began the same day and continued into Thursday.

Residential buildings in the city have also been targeted

The Israeli Air Force also bombed areas declared safe in southern Gaza on Thursday morning. During this period, residential buildings in Khan Younis city of southern Gaza were also targeted. Millions of people from northern Gaza have taken refuge in the city. After the attack, 12 bodies and 40 injured were taken to Nasser Hospital in the city. Earlier, Israeli aircraft had bombed the densely populated Gaza Strip overnight.

People leave their homes following instructions from the Israeli army

Nearly one million people have fled their homes since the Israeli crackdown began on October 7. Most of them come from northern Gaza and have left their homes and come to the south on the instructions of the Israeli army. The Israeli army warned people to launch a ground operation and asked them to move to southern areas.

Israel targets bakeries for bread production

The Hamas-led Gaza government said several bakeries had also been targeted in the Israeli attacks. The region is already facing a food crisis due to lack of water, electricity and food and the Israeli attacks have worsened the situation. However, the Israeli military said the latest attack killed a prominent Palestinian militant in Gaza near Rafah. Hundreds of other Hamas positions were also targeted. Hamas has also attacked Israeli areas with rockets and mortars.

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