Children in Gaza ‘dying and fainting in the streets from hunger’

At least 83 more people were killed in Israeli attacks over the last day as Israel’s devastating war on Gaza entered its sixth month.

In northern Gaza, where only limited aid has reached, Bassam al-Hou said people had run out of essential supplies.

“There is no gas to cook our food on. There is no flour, or rice,” he told AFP in the wasteland of Jabalia, standing beside large, blackened cooking pots among the dusty rubble.

He said children “are dying and fainting in the streets from hunger. What can we do?”

Further south, in the ruins of Khan Younis, dozens of people went to inspect their homes and take what belongings they could recover after Israeli forces pulled out of the city centre, AFP reported.

Gaza’s Civil Defence agency said Israeli forces “destroyed all water, sewage, electricity, communications, and road networks” in central Khan Younis.



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