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According to sources, five Palestinian journalists were among the 29 individuals who died in Gaza during the course of the previous day, according to the Ministry of Health there.

According to Philippe Lazzarini, director of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, there needs to be an end to the "continuous cycle" of mass civilian displacement in Gaza and people living in "survival mode" and "despair."

Israeli soldiers have shot and killed Ahmed Muhammad Suleiman has been killed by in the village of Bayt Ur at-Tahta, west of the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, according to our Al Jazeera Arabic colleagues.

We reported earlier that Israeli forces had injured nine Palestinians east of Nablus city in the occupied West Bank.
Dr James Smith, an emergency physician from the UK who has worked in Gaza’s hospital, has told Al Jazeera from London that he saw a “catastrophic and entirely manufactured” humanitarian crisis during his recent trip to the besieged enclave.

He described a large number of displaced people living in “abject” conditions in makeshift tents crammed in a small geographical space with raw sewage flowing in the streets.

“Add in addition to that the complete and intentional decimation of the healthcare system and you have this catastrophic and entirely manufactured crisis as we now see in Gaza,” he said.

Dr Smith said that the many of the skin diseases, including scabies and lice infestations, spread on “unprecedented level” in the enclave are relatively easy to treat and to prevent, but “without treatment and without good prevention can lead to catastrophic complications for many patients.”

“If Israel was to allow and permit an entry of humanitarian aid, medical aid into Gaza as it is legally obliged to do as the occupying power, then this situation could be very quickly and very easily reversed,” he concluded.

The armed wing of the Islamic Jihad group says its fighters targeted an Israeli military site around the Sufa Jewish settlement with a barrage of heavy mortar shells.

The group added in another statement on Telegram that it also shelled Israeli vehicles on the supply line in the so-called Netzarim Corridor in the west of Gaza City.

The Netzarim Corridor, named after a Jewish settlement in Gaza that was dismantled in 2005, was set up during the war by the Israeli army to separate northern Gaza from the south.




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