Israeli airstrikes injure at least 21 people in Gaza City hospital, aid workers say

Israeli airstrikes injure at least 21 people in Gaza City hospital, aid workers say
Israeli airstrikes injure at least 21 people in Gaza City hospital, aid workers say

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - GAZA — At least 21 people were injured at Gaza City's Al-Quds Hospital following Israeli airstrikes on the Tal Al-Hawa neighborhood, the Palestine Red Crescent Society said Friday.

It follows two straight days of Israeli airstrikes near the enclave's second-largest hospital, where up to 14,000 displaced people are sheltering, according to doctors.

Video posted by the Red Crescent shows shattered glass on the ground as health workers carried children and medics tended to a woman with a leg injury.

“[The injuries] occurred when the internal glass of Al-Quds Hospital in #Gaza shattered and part of the false ceiling fell,” the Red Crescent said on X, formerly Twitter. “Most of the affected were women and children, causing extreme fear and panic among internally displaced civilians.”

CNN has reached out to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) for comment but did not immediately hear back.

The IDF has repeatedly said it is targeting Hamas commanders or infrastructure and that it urges civilians to evacuate south when CNN has asked about specific airstrikes in northern Gaza.

Evacuation zones and warning alerts from the Israeli military have not guaranteed safety for civilians in the densely populated coastal strip. — CNN


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