Israeli occupation pounded Rafah on Tuesday, leaving no safe place across the war-torn enclave on the day 130 of the aggression.
Gazans, many of whom have been repeatedly displaced, reported that there is no secure place in Gaza, but stressing that they won’t flee their homeland for safety.
Palestinian media reported that Rafah, where 1.7 million Palestinians are stranded with nowhere else to go, has been bombed for ten times.
Thousands of Palestinians — some of them already displaced multiple times — flee the city of Rafah in southern Gaza to Deir el-Balah amid circulating reports of an imminent full-flegded Israeli ground offensive in Rafah. pic.twitter.com/iE8aBbzWN2
— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) February 13, 2024
Israeli warplanes and artillery struck several areas across the southern city.
Meanwhile on Tuesday, Gaza’s Health Ministry said the number of Palestinians killed in the Israeli aggression since October 7 has risen to 28,473, including more than 12,300 children and some 8,400 women.
At least 68,146 people have been wounded, including 8,663 children and 6,327 women, the ministry added.
More than 11,000 of them are in critical need of evacuation, it noted.
All eyes on Rafah. pic.twitter.com/8klcFEgJNi
— TIMES OF GAZA (@Timesofgaza) February 13, 2024
Khan Younis’ Nasser Hospital
Elsewhere in Khan Younis, the Israeli occupation ordered medical workers, patients, and displaced civilians to leave Nasser Hospital, which has been under Israeli siege for several weeks.
Palestinian media reported that Israeli tanks besieged Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis with occupation soldiers ordering medical workers, patients, and displaced civilians to leave the hospital calling them “animals.”
The Israeli order of evacuation came even while Zionist quadcopters and snipers were targeting the stranded Palestinians.
Source: Palestinian media (Translated and edited by Al-Manar English Website)