According to the spokesman for the Ministry of Health in the enclave, Ashraf al-Qudra, Israel is committing new massacres immediately after the end of the truce, leaving more martyrs and wounded. For him, the temporary ceasefire did not help the health system and emphasized the urgency of guaranteeing the flow of medical supplies and fuel to hospitals. He also noted that 14 Palestinians died in the Israeli occupation massacres two hours after the end of the truce.
Local media sources reported that Al-Aqsa TV photojournalist Abdullah Darwish was killed during Israeli raids into the Strip. The death of Darwish puts at 71 the death toll of communication professionals who have died as a result of the Israeli aggression in Gaza since October 7th.
According to the Wafa agency, Israeli artillery opened fire against the Radwan neighborhood. In the mean time the pan-Arab channel Al Mayadeen stated that IDF aircraft bombed a residence in the Abu Iskandar area northwest of Gaza. In the south of the Strip, the bombings targeted the city of Hamad and Abassan, east of Khan Younis.
Several wounded were taken to the European Hospital in Gaza after the Israeli raids in Khan Younis and the attack on the eastern areas of Khuzaa, Al-Qarara and residential buildings in Rafah in the south.
The IDF also carried out raids near the Kuwaiti hospital in Rafah, the Taqwa mosque in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood while artillery shells landed on the roof of the Kamal Adwan hospital in the north of the Strip.
In the face of this scenario, the Government Information Office in Gaza held the international community, especially the United States, responsible for the crimes of the occupation after giving it the green light to continue the war without taking into account international and humanitarian laws.
The Government of Palestine reassured that the Palestinian people have the right to defend themselves by all means and to achieve their freedom and independence.