Israeli Bombings target Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital Killing Hundreds of Kids

Israeli Bombings target Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital Killing Hundreds of Kids

In the heart of Gaza City, the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital provided refuge to thousands forcibly evacuated from their homes due to the ongoing conflict, as reported by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza. However, this sanctuary was shattered by a bombing, called a "cold-blooded massacre" by the Palestinian Foreign Ministry.
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In the heart of Gaza City, the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital provided refuge to thousands forcibly evacuated from their homes due to the ongoing conflict, as reported by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza. However, this sanctuary was shattered by a bombing, called a "cold-blooded massacre" by the Palestinian Foreign Ministry.

 

 

The hospital attack has created a severe humanitarian crisis, leaving an indelible mark on the world's conscience. The international community has watched the suffering of the Palestinian people without taking effective action.

Simultaneously, crucial humanitarian aid is piling up at Gaza's sealed border. Diplomatic efforts to establish a safe corridor from Egypt are ongoing. The United Nations and others insist on safe passage for aid convoys.

Palestinian child wounded in Israeli bombardment is treated in a hospital in Deir al-Balah, south of the Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023.

Israeli and U.S. officials intend to allow humanitarian aid into southern Gaza, but Israel's national security adviser warned it could be stopped if Hamas interferes. Discussions about aid delivery continue.

Wounded Palestinians wait for treatment, at the al-Shifa hospital

Adding complexity to the situation, Israel's National Security Minister, Itamar Ben-Gvir, has stated that no humanitarian aid should enter Gaza until Hamas releases hostages. On Tuesday, Ben-Gvir, said the only things that should be entering Gaza "are hundreds of tons of explosives from the Air Force, not an ounce of humanitarian aid" until Hamas releases hostages, he wrote on Telegram.

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