Saturday, January 10

No end in site as the Israeli Terror continues it Massacres

Saed Bannoura

As the Israeli offensive against the Gaza Strip continued for the second week, the Israeli Army killed more than 804 Palestinians and wounded at least 3,300. On Friday night, the Palestinian resistance continued its clashes with the invading forces; fierce battles were reported on Friday night and early Saturday morning in Beit Lahia and al-Atatra.Doctor Moawiya Hassanen of the Palestinian Ministry of Health, reported Saturday that 804 Palestinians, including 230 children, 92 women, and 92 elderly were killed, and more than 3,300 were wounded; 400 seriously.

Dr. Hassanen added that two reporters and three international women were among the casualties. He also said that the Israeli Army damaged 14 ambulances and killed 12 medics.

On Saturday, twelve Arab physicians made it into Gaza; nine Egyptian, one Moroccan and one Jordanian.

During a series of shelling and air strikes on Friday, the Israeli Army killed 29 Palestinians and wounded dozens of other residents.

On Friday at noon, a 60-year old man and his wife were killed and their son was wounded in an Israeli shelling in northern Gaza.

Three more Palestinians were killed in Abasan al-Sughra in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

A Palestinian child was also killed on Friday and another child was wounded when the army shelled a home in Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

On the same day, a 42-year old woman was killed; another woman and a child were wounded when the Israeli Army shelled another home in al-Qarm area in Jablia.

In Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, the Israelis killed a mother, four of her sons and her sister. The ages of her slain sons are between four and 14. At least eighteen more residents were wounded.
Three Palestinians were killed in the central Gaza Strip, and seven more have been wounded in an attack carried out by the Israeli Navy in al-Zawaida town, in the central Gaza Strip.

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