At Least 210 Palestinians Killed In Nuseirat Refugee Camp Massacre (Video)

Saturday 8 June 2024 - 16:54

The Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza has been plunged into a state of unimaginable grief and despair following a horrific massacre that has left at least 210 people killed.

According to the Government Media Office in Gaza, the death toll from the attack has now risen to a staggering 210, with over 400 individuals injured. The majority of the victims are reported to be children and women, a tragic testament to the indiscriminate nature of the Israeli onslaught on the Gaza Strip.

Moments of the brutal bombing of Nusirat by the Israeli regime

The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, already struggling to cope with the influx of casualties, has been overwhelmed by the sheer scale of the crisis. Patients have been forced to lie on the floor and in the corridors, as the facility lacks the necessary beds and medical supplies to adequately treat the injured.

Many of the wounded are at risk of death due to the severity of their conditions and the lack of resources, said hospital spokesman Khalil Al-Dakran, who has made a desperate plea for international intervention and support.

The bombing, which targeted the Nuseirat market and the area around the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir Al-Balah, has left the community in a state of shock and anguish. Ambulances continue to transport the injured from various parts of the camp, which has been subjected to relentless Israeli bombardment.

Aftermath of Israeli genocide in Nuseirat camp

This latest atrocity is a devastating blow to the already beleaguered people of Gaza, who have endured the horrors of Israel’s ongoing genocide against the Palestinian population. According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, the Israeli onslaught on Gaza that began on October 7 has claimed the lives of at least 36,801 Palestinians, with 83,680 more wounded.

As the international community grapples with the gravity of the situation, the people of Nuseirat and across Gaza remain in dire need of immediate humanitarian aid and protection.

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