At least 140 Palestinians killed in ‘Israeli overnight raids’ in Gaza

At least 140 Palestinians were killed following Israeli Occupation overnight raids in Gaza, according to the Palestinian Government’s Media Office in Gaza.

According to the Palestinian news agency Wafa, Israeli Occupation warplanes targeted a residential building in Rafah owned by the Al-Aydi family, resulting in the tragic loss of 48 Palestinians and leaving dozens injured.

The agency further detailed that their warplanes struck a residence owned by the Makhimer family in the Tel Sultan area of Rafah, causing casualties among the local residents.

In Beit Lahia, northern Gaza, a house was hit, resulting in fatalities.

An Israeli Occupation airstrike targeted a house in the Faluja area in the northern Gaza Strip, leading to further loss of life and injuries.

They also struck a house in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, resulting in several injuries. The wounded were transported to Nasser Hospital in the city. Another house in the city was also hit, causing more casualties.

In the Bureij camp in the heart of the Gaza Strip, an airstrike resulted in the killing of several and injuries, including women and children.

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