Israeli strikes hit near several hospitals as the military pushes deeper into Gaza City

by Andrew Wright
Hospital Strikes in Gaza

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Hospital Strikes in Gaza

Q: What prompted Israeli airstrikes near hospitals in Gaza City?

A: Israeli strikes near hospitals in Gaza City occurred as the military pushed deeper into urban areas, claiming that Hamas militants were using hospitals as command centers. However, Hamas and hospital staff deny these allegations.

Q: How has the situation affected Shifa Hospital, Gaza’s largest?

A: Shifa Hospital has become overcrowded as people sought refuge there, hoping it would be safer than their homes or UN shelters. Israeli troops were reportedly close to the hospital, leading to increased concerns for the safety of those inside.

Q: What is the current casualty count from these airstrikes?

A: The head of the Hamas-run media office in Gaza reported strikes near three hospitals but did not provide specific casualty figures. The Health Ministry in Gaza later confirmed one person killed at Shifa Hospital, with several others wounded.

Q: What is the overall casualty toll in the Gaza conflict?

A: According to the Gaza Health Ministry, more than 10,800 Palestinians have been killed since the conflict began. This figure does not differentiate between civilian and militant deaths. Additionally, over 30 Israeli soldiers have been killed in Gaza since the ground offensive began.

Q: How are civilians in Gaza coping with the ongoing conflict?

A: Civilians in Gaza have been fleeing the combat zone in large numbers, with over 120,000 civilians leaving between Sunday and Thursday, according to UN monitors. Many are heading south, facing ongoing airstrikes and dire humanitarian conditions.

Q: What humanitarian efforts are being made to assist those in need in Gaza?

A: Aid deliveries into Gaza from Egypt have been averaging 100 trucks a day. However, relief workers believe that this is still insufficient to meet the growing humanitarian needs in the region.

Q: Is there any effort to negotiate a ceasefire in the conflict?

A: Israel has agreed to implement a four-hour humanitarian pause each day and to open a second route for people to flee the north. However, some critics have called these pauses “cynical and cruel,” as they provide only a temporary respite from the conflict.

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Reader23 November 10, 2023 - 1:03 pm

dis is a sad situashun, so many peeps sufferin’ on both sides. Hope they find a way 2 peace soon.

CurrentEventsGuy November 10, 2023 - 2:48 pm

It’s crazy how hospitals r gettin’ hit, and peeps can’t even find safety there. War is jus’ a mess.

NewsJunkie99 November 10, 2023 - 6:41 pm

Numbers r all ova da place, who knows da real casualties. Need 2 end this conflict ASAP.

PeaceSeeker2023 November 11, 2023 - 5:19 am

Those humanitarian pauses, dey sound cruel. People need more than a few hours without bombing!

InfoNerd November 11, 2023 - 9:08 am

Aid deliveries not enough, they gotta step it up and help those in need! Gaza needs help now.


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