On Friday night, the Israeli army continued its air, sea and artillery bombardment on all areas of the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian News Agency said, “Over the course of extended hours from Friday evening, the Israeli occupation artillery continues its violent, intense, and non-stop bombardment of sites in the northern Gaza Strip”.

The Palestinian News Agency added, “The bombing also specifically targeted the vicinity of al Shifa and Indonesian hospitals in the center of the Gaza Strip, as the Israeli occupation aircraft raided the vicinity of these two hospitals more than ten times”.

The Palestinian News Agency continued, “Media sources said that the Israeli occupation aircraft targeted the homes of citizens in the Beach camp, in Nuseirat, Beit Lahia, Beit Hanoun, and others in the eastern regions of the Strip”.

“The continued bombing comes at a time when Israel has cut off all communications and the Internet from the Gaza Strip, while Gaza has lived in continuous darkness since the start of this aggression on the seventh of this month,” according to the Palestinian News Agency.

Civil defense and ambulance crews were unable to reach the bombing sites to extract the injured or retrieve the dead, while citizens are trying to transport the dead and injured via private vehicles.

On Friday evening, the Palestinian Telecommunications Company said that communications and Internet services in the Gaza Strip were subjected to a complete interruption, with the continued heavy Israeli bombing of feeder lines, towers and networks.

Gaza has been experiencing a difficult night of heaviest bombing since Israel carried out a military operation three weeks ago in the Gaza Strip, which it called “Iron Swords,” which destroyed entire neighborhoods and killed 7,326 martyrs, including 3,038 children, 1,726 women, and 414 elderly people, in addition to wounding 18,967 citizens. Different.

During the same period, the Hamas movement killed more than 1,400 Israelis and wounded 5,132, according to the Israeli Ministry of Health.

It also captured more than 220 Israelis, including high-ranking military personnel, and wants to exchange them for more than 6,000 Palestinian prisoners, including children and women.

Human Rights Watch, which is concerned with defending human rights, warned on Saturday that the disruption of communications and the Internet in the Gaza Strip, which is subject to intense Israeli bombing, may constitute a cover for mass atrocities.

According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), several UN agencies have lost contact with their teams in Gaza.

Likewise, the Palestinian Red Crescent announced on its website.

The Israeli army announced on Friday evening that it was expanding its ground operations in the Gaza Strip, which has been subjected to unprecedented bombing since the start of the war between Israel and Hamas on October 7.

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