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Gaza’s al-Shifa hospital flooded: WHO

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The World Health Organization commented that there is a flood of blood in Al-Shifa, the largest hospital in Gaza. The organization said that there is an urgent need to increase the overall treatment system.

Meanwhile, as the food crisis has reached its peak, the Palestinians are rushing to get relief, chaos is emerging.

According to a report by the British media Reuters, Israel has not stopped attacking Gaza despite international pressure. The number of casualties is increasing. Crowds are growing at Al-Shifa, the largest hospital in the valley. Forced to perform surgery on the floor.

The World Health Organization said the hospital was covered in blood. The organization said that the medical system needs to be arranged on an urgent basis.

Meanwhile, the food crisis in war-torn Gaza has reached its peak. Starving Palestinians were seen climbing into aid trucks entering the Rafah border crossing from Egypt on Sunday. There was a rush to catch the relief packets dropped from the truck.

Tel Aviv announced that the Karem Abu Salem crossing on the Israel-Gaza border has been opened to increase aid supplies to Gaza. This was the first crossing to be opened since the conflict began on October 7.

Meanwhile, the Israeli army claimed that 80 Hamas fighters were detained from the Kamal Adwan hospital in Gaza. However, Hamas says that the Israeli army has done terrible damage to the hospital.

Opposition leader Yair Lapid has called on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign over the Gaza issue. He claimed that Netanyahu has lost the trust of the people and the security forces. After the United Kingdom and Germany, France has called for a quick and permanent ceasefire in Gaza.


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