On the 27th day of the Al-Aqsa Flood saga, what’s new?

Alongside persistent attempts by the occupying forces to advance further into residential neighborhoods, the intensity of aerial, naval, and artillery bombardment on Gaza City’s southern and western neighborhoods has increased.

Follow ups / Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Israeli occupation aircraft launched hundreds of airstrikes on Gaza neighborhoods and the northern region, causing massive destruction.

Plumes of dust rose above Gaza’s buildings and streets due to the continuous shelling, leaving an uncertain count of the number of martyrs.

The occupation aircraft targeted the neighborhoods of Al-Nasr, Sheikh Radwan, the vicinity of Al-Shifa Hospital, and the Shuja’iya neighborhood.

Occasionally, sounds of violent clashes are heard in the southern and northwestern axes of Gaza City. In Jabalia camp, the number of martyrs as a result of the occupation aircraft bombing several homes rose to 19 martyrs.

The occupation aircraft also bombed the Anbr family’s house in the camp, leading to its destruction along with several neighboring houses.

Furthermore, ground battles between the Palestinian resistance and the infiltrating occupation army on several axes in the Gaza Strip continue as the war enters its 27th day, with Israeli assurances that it will be long and painful.

The occupation aircraft keep dropping heavy bombs on the beleaguered strip, causing massacres and civilian losses, including children, despite the war’s thrust shifting to ground operations. With little humanitarian aid and fuel and water interruptions, the health situation remains dire.

The Ministry of Health announced that in less than 24 hours, the victims of the first and second massacres in Jabalia exceeded 1,000, including martyrs, injured, and missing, as the martyrs reached 195, with 120 missing under the rubble and 777 injured.

According to the latest figures from the Palestinian Ministry of Health, the number of casualties from the ongoing aggression on the Gaza Strip since October 7th has risen to 8,805 martyrs, including 3,650 children and 2,252 women, while the number of injured has reached 22,240.

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