Israel’s Strikes on Jabalia Refugee Camp Claim Over 195 Lives

israel's strikes on jabalia refugee camp claim over 195 lives

israel’s strikes on jabalia refugee camp claim over 195 lives

More foreigners are preparing to leave the besieged Gaza Strip after the local government said at least 195 Palestinians were killed in an Israeli attack on the Jablia refugee camp.

At least 195 Palestinians were killed in two Israeli Attacks in Jabalia on Wednesday, with 120 still Missing under rubble the Hamas Press office said. At least 777 other people were injured, it said in a statement.

“Given the level of civilian casualties & destruction following Israeli airstrikes on the Jabalia refugee camp, we have grave concerns that these are disproportionate attacks that may amount to war crimes,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees of Human Rights wrote on social media

Passport Holders were Deported from Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Jordan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Gaza officials said the Rafah Border Crossing would Reopen on Wednesday to allow more Foreigners to leave. Some 7,500 foreign Passports will leave Gaza in about two weeks, an official said.

Pressing its offensive against Hamas militants, Israel bombed Gaza by land, sea and air in a campaign to eliminate the Iranian-backed Islamist group during a cross-border epidemic erupted in southern Israel on Oct. 7. Israel Claimed that Hamas Gunmen killed 1,400 people , mostly Civilians, and took more than 200 Hostages.

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