Heavy bombing in the Gaza Strip continued in the early hours of Thursday, as Israeli forces launched a series of airstrikes at various locations.
Since the Israeli offensive began at the last minute on Monday, Gaza’s health ministry says at least 69 people, including 17 children, have been killed. More than 390 people have been injured.
The Israeli military said about 1,500 rockets have been fired from Gaza into various parts of Israel, killing at least six Israelis.
According to reports from Gaza City, Safwat al-Kahlout of Al Jazeera said most of the people in the besieged enclave did not sleep through the night while the bombing continued.
“Occasionally loud explosions are heard and buildings are shaken,” he said.
On Thursday morning, the first day of Eid al-Fitr marking the end of the month of Ramadan, residents and shop owners in Gaza City walked among the rubble and what is left of their homes and businesses afterwards. of the heavy Israeli bombing.
Pointing to his damaged store, Zakria Al-Halees was fighting for words.
“The damage is huge all over the area,” he said.