At least 18 civilians have been killed in the Israeli air strikes in the Jabalia refugee camp, the Palestinian Wafa news agency reported on Friday.
The victims include members from various families, intensifying the human impact of this tragic event.
The affected families, namely Abu al-Qumsan, Masoud, al-Assali, al-Tululi, Abu Dan, and Abu Dayr have witnessed heartbreaking losses due to the targeted Israeli air strikes.
The deliberate attack on residential areas has not only resulted in fatalities but has also left several others injured, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in Jabalia refugee camp.
The escalating violence extends beyond Jabalia, with Gaza City experiencing a barrage of Israeli air strikes and artillery shelling.
Neighbourhoods such as Sheikh Radwan, Tuffah, and Shujaeya, along with Yaffa Street, have been subjected to intense attacks, further contributing to the volatile atmosphere in the region.
The ongoing conflict in Gaza continues to escalate, posing severe threats to civilian lives and infrastructure.
The international community closely watches the unfolding events, emphasizing the need for a peaceful resolution to prevent further loss of life and address the underlying causes of the conflict.