Israeli airstrike hits Gaza water reservoir supplying Rafah neighborhoods
Israeli army also targets entrance of Al-Nasr Children’s Hospital in western Gaza City, according to Al-Aqsa TV
GAZA CITY, Palestine
Israeli aircraft launched raids on several sites in the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip early Wednesday.
According to Hamas-affiliated Al-Aqsa TV, Israeli strikes targeted a public water tank that supplies several neighborhoods east of Rafah.
The Israeli army also targeted entrance of Al-Nasr Children’s Hospital in the western Gaza City, the channel said on Telegram.
Also, a mosque at the center of the densely populated Sabra neighborhood in western Gaza was bombed, Al-Aqsa TV added.
Eyewitnesses reported that fishing boats burned on shore of Rafah in the Gaza Strip after were targeted by the Israeli army.
According to an Al Jazeera correspondent, the Israeli occupation forces targeted solar panels in the Gaza City, which serve as the sole source of electricity for the remaining residents.
Another Israeli airstrike disabled the primary electricity generator at the Al-Wafaa Hospital in the Gaza City, putting it out of service, the correspondent reported.
The Israeli army has widened its air and ground attacks on the Gaza Strip, which has been under relentless airstrikes since the surprise offensive by the Palestinian group Hamas on Oct. 7.
Nearly 10,800 people have been killed in the conflict, including at least 9,227 Palestinians and nearly 1,540 Israelis.
Basic supplies are running low for Gaza’s 2.3 million residents due to the Israeli siege, in addition to the large number of casualties and displacements.
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