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Over 123,000 people displaced in the Gaza Strip

Local authorities say the bombing of Gaza has dealt a significant blow to the enclave’s civilian infrastructure in the enclave, with more than 1,000 buildings destroyed.

As a result of the bombing, 13 residential buildings containing 159 housing units were destroyed. Some 1,210 dwellings were partially damaged, 36 of which were rendered uninhabitable.

According to a UN report, more than 123,000 Gazans have been displaced by Israeli bombardment.

No longer is it reported in the news that the homes of helpless civilians are being bombed by Israeli occupying forces! In Gaza, the occupation is in charge of everything.#Gaza #FreePalastine #GazaUnderaAttack #Palestine #عملية_طوفان_الأقصي #غزة_تحت_القصف #طوفان_القدس — Dr.Samed Chart(444)🪐 (@SamedChart) October 9, 2023

22 Palestinian government sites and 2 mosques were completely destroyed.

Israel has cut the power lines feeding Gaza. Long before Israel began its latest bombardment of the territory, Gaza was experiencing a severe shortage of electricity, and the only power plant in operation is unable to provide the necessary power for the entire region.

The fuel currently supplied to Gaza will only last for four more days, and unless the crossings are opened to deliver the necessary fuel, the existing power plant will come to a complete halt.

On Saturday, Palestinian militants fired thousands of rockets from the Gaza Strip at Israeli cities in a surprise attack dubbed the “Al-Aqsa Flood.”

Dozens of armed militants infiltrated outside Israel and managed to seize key locations, killing at least 700 Israelis in the process. More than 100 Israelis were captured and taken to Gaza for a future prisoner exchange. In response, Israel launched a brutal bombing campaign. Israel claimed that it was targeting military installations belonging to the Islamist group Hamas, the ruling group in Gaza.


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