A number of Palestinian civilians were Monday killed and injured in Israeli bombing north of Gaza City, Bureij Camp, and Jabalia, on the 234th day of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

Local sources said that occupation artillery bombed Al-Faluga area in Jabalia refugee camp, north of the Gaza Strip, in conjunction with another bombing that targeted Al-Zaytoun and Al-Sabra neighborhoods, south of Gaza City.

They added that the occupation warplanes bombed the home of Al-Batran family in the Zarqa area, north of Gaza City, killing five people and injuring others, including a child who was born following years of waiting, but she and her pregnant mother were both killed in the strike.

WAFA correspondent said that the occupation artillery violently bombed the neighborhoods of Al-Sabra, Al-Zaytoun and Tal Al-Hawa in Gaza City, coinciding with shooting on the southwestern areas of Gaza City from the occupation warplanes.

He added that the occupation forces broke into the east of Al-Maghazi camp i
n the central Gaza Strip, and fired fire and artillery shells at the citizens.

A citizen was killed and others were injured in a bombing by occupation warplanes on a house in Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

In the south, occupation artillery bombed Qeshta neighborhood and Yabna camp in central and southern Rafah.

The occupation navy fired heavy machine guns at the boats of fishermen working in Qarara Sea, northwest of the city of Khan Yunis.

In a new massacre, at least 40 civilians were killed and others were injured, mostly children and women, in the Israeli occupation’s bombardment of the tents of displaced people northwest of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

Local sources reported that at least 40 citizens were killed and others were injured after the occupation forces targeted, with at least eight missiles, the tents of people sheltering in a displacement camp that was recently established near the warehouses of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refuge
es (UNRWA), northwest of Rafah.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon