Video| Indonesian hospital in Gaza is out of service due to bombing and supply outages

Yesterday, Palestinian media outlets in Gaza announced that the Indonesian hospital in Gaza had completely stopped service due to an outage in power supply.

Follow ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Journalists and photographers circulated videos of the bombing around the Indonesian Hospital in Gaza, resulting in the interruption of supplies and the hospital going out of service.

Footage showed the main generator of the Indonesian Hospital ceasing to function due to fuel depletion, threatening a humanitarian catastrophe affecting patients and wounded individuals in the hospital.

In a video, doctors were seen performing surgery on an injured person using the light from mobile phones, amid warnings about the continued targeting of hospitals by the Zionist entity.

Mark Griffiths, UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, stated that the Israeli war on hospitals in the Gaza Strip must stop.

Griffiths wrote on the X platform that the horrifying reports of the bombing of Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza today confirm the lives of thousands of patients, workers, and displaced individuals are at risk.

He added that, under international humanitarian law, hospitals must be protected.

He concluded by saying: As I said previously, the acts of war in places of mercy and hospitals in Gaza must stop, or better yet, should not occur at all.

Earlier, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported explosions around the Indonesian Hospital, causing damage to parts of the hospital located at the northern end of the Gaza Strip.

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