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Gaza authorities accuse Israel of “deliberately” killing 13 patients at Al Shifa Hospital

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March 21. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The authorities of the Gaza Strip have accused this Thursday the Israeli Army of “deliberately” killing 13 patients at Al Shifa Hospital, located in Gaza City, by denying them medical supplies as part of its latest raid on the health facilities.

The Gaza Strip media office has detailed that at least four people died after the Army “cut off the electricity to the fans” to which they were connected, as reported by the Al Jazeera network.

Likewise, he has accused Israel of arresting doctors and nurses, while he has also pointed out that the Army has prevented the sick from accessing pharmacies and drugstores, in a “clear violation of International Law.”

“We hold the US administration, the international community and the Israeli occupation fully responsible for these continued crimes against the sick, the wounded, the medical teams and our Palestinian people for the sixth consecutive month,” he said.

Israeli Army spokesman Daniel Hagari announced on Monday the start of a “precise operation” at the hospital, alleging that authorities have intelligence information indicating the “use” of the building by prominent “terrorists” of the Resistance Movement. Islamic (Hamas).

On the other hand, the Gaza authorities denounced that the Israeli Army is committing “flagrant war crimes” in its incursion, while the director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, was “terribly concerned.” ” for the situation and stressed that “hospitals should never be battlefields.

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