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On the 177th day of the aggression: 13 martyrs in Khan Yunis and another in Gaza


13 citizens were martyred today, Sunday, as a result of Israeli occupation aircraft and artillery bombing various areas in the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, and an elderly person in Gaza City, on the 177th

Sun 31 Mar 2024 | 03:22 PM
On the 177th day of the aggression: 13 martyrs in Khan Yunis and another in Gaza
On the 177th day of the aggression: 13 martyrs in Khan Yunis and another in Gaza
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13 citizens were martyred today, Sunday, as a result of Israeli occupation aircraft and artillery bombing various areas in the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, and an elderly person in Gaza City, on the 177th day of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Strip.

Medical sources reported that 11 citizens were martyred and dozens injured in an occupation bombing on a group of citizens in Bani Suhaila, east of Khan Yunis.

The sources added that a woman and her child were martyred in an Israeli artillery shelling that targeted the home of the Majeeda family in Al-Mawasi, west of Khan Yunis.

Local sources said that violent explosions rocked areas west of the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip

The occupation aircraft bombed a residential tower in the city of Al-Assira, northwest of Al-Nuseirat, in the middle of the Gaza Strip.

An elderly citizen died from his injuries after the occupation bombed his house near Wadi Gaza in the central Gaza Strip.

The occupation artillery targeted homes west of Gaza City, and the occupation forces also fired smoke bombs in the vicinity of the Kuwait Roundabout, south of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza.

In an infinite toll, the number of martyrs as a result of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip since October 7 has risen to 32,705, the majority of whom are children and women, in addition to 75,190 injured, and thousands of citizens are still missing under the rubble and on the roads, and the occupation prevents ambulance crews. And rescue from reaching them.