More than 630 medical workers have been killed in the Zionist regime's war in Gaza

The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of more than 630 medical aid workers in the Gaza Strip since the start of the genocidal Israeli regime's war (on October 7, 2023).

May 15, 2024 - 08:17
More than 630 medical workers have been killed in the Zionist regime's war in Gaza

According to the TASS news agency, the Ministry of Health of Palestine announced that among the medical aid workers killed in the war of the occupying Zionist regime in the Gaza Strip, there are 500 male doctors and nurses, as well as 138 female nurses. During its military operations in Gaza, Israel has attacked various medical centers, hospitals and ambulance workers. In late April, the World Health Organization told the TASS news agency that since October 2023, more than 430 attacks on Gaza's health care system have been recorded.

From these attacks so far 722 people have been killed and 924 others have been injured. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) warned that more than 150,000 pregnant women in Gaza are facing serious health conditions after being forced to relocate from Rafah city due to the Israeli war. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees also stressed that no child in the world should experience this suffering and recalled the need for an immediate ceasefire.

The United Nations Children's Agency (UNICEF) has called on Israel to end its campaign of "indiscriminate killing" against Palestinians, especially children, in the Gaza Strip, raising alarm over the dire situation caused by the war. genocide in this territory.

In an interview with US broadcaster ABC News, UNICEF spokeswoman Tess Ingram said she saw the horrific impact of the fighting on children's bodies during her time in hospitals in Gaza, including the southern city of Rafah.

"We must see an end to the fighting and the indiscriminate killing of civilians, especially children," she added.

The Tel Aviv regime has so far killed at least 35,091 Palestinians, mostly women and children, and injured 78,827 others.

Despite warnings from international humanitarian actors, Israeli troops recently took control of the Palestinian side of the Rafah crossing, and began shelling the city.

Israeli strikes in Rafah further limited the delivery of humanitarian aid to besieged Gaza amid acute shortages of fuel, food and clean water.