WHO: Gaza’s largest hospital ‘an empty shell with human graves’

World Health Organization, said today that Gaza’s largest hospital had been reduced to ashes by Israel’s latest siege, leaving an “empty shell” with many bodies.

WHO staff who gained access to the devastated facility described horrifying scenes of bodies only partially buried, with their limbs sticking out, and the stench of decomposing corpses.

Israeli forces pulled out of Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City on Monday after a two-week .In a statement, WHO said no patients remained in the hospital, where “numerous shallow graves” had been dug just outside the emergency department and the administrative and surgical buildings. “Many dead bodies were partially buried with their limbs visible,” it said.

“Safeguarding dignity, even in death, is an indispensable act of humanity,” the WHO stressed.

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