Istreal war on Gaza: Israel targets five displacement camps

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Smoke rises above buildings during an Israeli air strike on Rafah in southern Gaza Strip on October 26, 2026, amid ongoing battles between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas movement. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP) (Photo by SAID KHATIB/AFP via Getty Images)

Istreal war on Gaza: – Israel targets five displacement camps.

By Mersiha Gadzo and Usaid Siddiqui

Gaza’s Health Ministry says at least 32 people have been killed and 139 in the last day, as the Civil Defence says Israel has targeted five displacement camps.

Israeli military attacks on a home in central Khan Younis and a tent sheltering displaced people in al-Mawasi have killed and injured at least six people.

Hamas chief Haniyeh’s sister among 10 reported killed in attack on Shati camp. Two other attacks on schools kill at least 14 people.

A high risk of famine remains in Gaza as more than 495,000 Palestinians experiencing “catastrophic” food shortages.

At least 37,658 people killed and 86,237 wounded in Israel’s war on Gaza since October 7. The revised death toll in Israel from the Hamas-led attacks stands at 1,139, with dozens of people still held captive in Gaza.

Adding that the war in Gaza would not continue without American support for Israel.

Several other US military personnel have quit since the war in Gaza.

In February, US airman Aaron Bushnell died after setting himself on fire in protest outside Israel’s embassy in Washington, DC.

Israel’s eight-month-long war has killed more than 35,600 Palestinians, according to Gaza’s Ministry of Health, with most of the enclave’s 2.3-million-strong population displaced and short of food and medicine.

Aljezera

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