Dozens killed in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza


As Israeli aggression on Gaza enters 115th day, dozens of civilians, mostly children and women, were killed and others wounded following the ongoing Israeli shelling of multiple areas in Gaza Strip, the Palestine Official News Agency Wafa reported.

Medical sources reported that journalist Issam Al-Lulu along with his wife and two sons were killed in an Israeli airstrike targeting the town of Al-Zawaida, in the middle of the Gaza Strip.

This brings the total number of journalists who were killed to 121 since the beginning of the aggression.

Israeli occupation military force carried out intense and fierce airstrikes targeting Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, south of Gaza City, and the Tal Al-Hawa area, west of the city, resulting in the killing of several people and causing multiple causalities.

Earlier last night, at least 23 civilians were killed and others injured in an Israeli airstrike targeting an inhabited house belonging to the Al-Mutwi family, west of Al-Nuseirat, in the central Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, Israeli fighter jets bombed a house west of Al-Zawaida in the central region, resulting in the killing of 14 people and the injury of several others.

Medical sources said that the occupation has committed 38 massacres in the Gaza Strip during the last 48 hours, killing 350, of whom at least 24 were killed in the ongoing shelling of Khan Yunis, in south of Gaza.

The number of people killed since the beginning of the aggression on Gaza on October 7 has risen to 26,422. A least 65,087 people were wounded.