Sunday 21 July 2024

Hamas chief's sister among dozens martyred in Israeli strikes on Gaza

Zionist regime’s warplanes have conducted fresh air raids on the Gaza Strip, martyring at least 27 Palestinians across the besieged territory. Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh's sister was among those lost their lives in the attack.

The warplanes targeted the family home of Haniyeh in the Shati camp area near Gaza City, killing at least 10 people, including his sister. Reports said everyone killed in the strike is a member of the Haniyeh family.


The Palestinian WAFA news agency also reported that five civilians, including three children, were killed and several others injured after an Israeli airstrike hit a house in the al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza on Monday.


The report further said that 10 Palestinians lost their lives in an Israeli bombing of Bani Suhaila roundabout east of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip.


Meanwhile, the report added that an Israeli aerial assault killed two people and wounded several others in the southern Gaza city of Rafah.


Also on Monday, Israeli fighter jets carried out a series of strikes on Gaza City’s Sheikh Ijlin neighborhood and Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip.


Additionally, Israeli artillery targeted the northeastern Gaza city of Beit Hanoun while the regime’s tanks advanced into the southern areas of Rafah and set fire to several houses there.


Zionist regime unleashed a genocidal war on Gaza on October 7, which has so far killed at least 37,626 Palestinians, mostly women and children, and injured 86,098 others.


Seven months later, the occupying regime began a ground offensive in Rafah, home to displaced Palestinians who had fled from the rest of Gaza amid the bloody Israeli onslaught.

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