IOF cuts off means of communication, launches fire belts across Gaza
The occupation aircraft executed incendiary attacks throughout the entire sector, in its north, center, and south, amid a cut-off of all means of communication, according to Al Mayadeen's correspondent.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent confirmed that occupation aircraft deployed incendiary devices in the areas of al-Faluga, al-Fakhoura, and other locations in the Jabalia camp. Furthermore, occupation warplanes targeted civilians near Kamal Adwan Hospital in the northern Gaza Strip.
Regarding Deir al-Balah in the center of the Gaza Strip and Khan Yunis in the south, the reporter documented intense and consecutive explosions. The occupation forces executed incendiary attacks in these regions, particularly in Ma'an, Bani Suhaila, and Sheikh Nasser. Additionally, there were reports of fire incidents extending to Rafah in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
The occupation launched these raids while severing communications and internet access in extensive areas of the Gaza Strip. In response, the Palestinian Red Crescent declared a complete disruption of communication with the operations room in the Gaza Strip and its working crews in that region.
Due to the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip for approximately two months, Adnan Abu Hasna, the UNRWA spokesperson in Gaza, verified that hundreds of families who were displaced yesterday are in the streets at the gates of shelter centers.
He highlighted that UNRWA is currently hosting over one million displaced Palestinians across 156 schools, emphasizing that the existing centers are unable to accommodate more.
Abu Hasna highlighted that this overcrowding poses a serious threat to shelter centers, increasing the risk of infectious diseases among the displaced. He emphasized that 170,000 children are currently grappling with pneumonia.
Earlier on Sunday, December 4, an official from the Gaza government's media office informed Al Mayadeen that the Shujaiya neighborhood massacre carried out by the Israeli occupation forces in the past hours is one of the most horrific incidents, with more than 500 martyrs reported.
The official pointed out that the situation in hospitals is tragic due to the lack of fuel and the bare minimum of medical supplies.
An Al Mayadeen correspondent in Gaza reported that health conditions are catastrophic, expressing concerns about the potential spread of cholera following the emergence of liver disease.
The correspondent also highlighted the dire situation at Kamal Adwan Hospital due to the influx of wounded individuals, with dozens of martyrs' bodies situated outside the hospital. He also mentioned that indiscriminate Israeli bombing targeted the al-Sikka area, Tal al-Zaatar, and the vicinity of Kamal Adwan Hospital.
There were 10 casualties in an Israeli attack on a house east of Rafah, and the death toll of the Azoum family in the al-Geneina neighborhood in Rafah reached 12, with ongoing efforts to locate missing individuals under the rubble, as reported by Al Mayadeen's correspondent. The correspondent also noted that occupation aircraft destroyed a mosque in the al-Tuffah neighborhood, east of the city in Gaza.
There were also dozens of injuries as a result of the violent artillery shelling on civilian homes in Jabalia and its camp since Sunday at dawn, in addition to several martyrs and injuries after the occupation committed a new massacre in the middle of the Jabalia camp.