Israeli attack in Gaza devastated AP, Al Jazeera, and many other media offices. The war between Israel and Palestine continues to escalate.
An Israeli airstrike completely destroyed the tall building located in the city of Gaza. The building housed the offices of the Associated Press (AP), Al Jazeera, and many other large media houses.
About an hour ago, the army ordered the people to evacuate the building. The building housed international media offices as well as residential apartments.
Israeli airstrikes scattered the entire 12-story building like cards. After the building collapsed, there was dusty dust all around. There is no immediate explanation as to why this attack was carried out.
Al Jazeera said in one of its tweets that Israel destroyed the Jala Tower in the Gaza Strip, which houses the Al Jazeera office and other international media offices.
An AP journalist said that the military had warned the tower owner before the attack.
The strike occurred hours after another Israeli airstrike on a densely populated refugee camp in Gaza City. The first attack by Israel killed at least 10 Palestinians of one family. Which consisted mostly of children.
Explain that in the war between Israel and Palestine, 122 people have died in Gaza so far. According to the Palestinian official, 122 people have died so far, including 31 children and 20 women.
More than 900 people have been injured. The death toll in Israel is eight, including six civilians. On the northern and eastern sides of the Gaza Strip, shelling was carried out by cannons deployed along the Israeli border.
Paramilitary forces have now been deployed in Israel’s Jewish and Arab mixed populations. There are riots here too.
Israeli attack in Gaza: Mass demonstrations in Qatar in support of Palestine, calling for Israeli attacks to end in Gaza Strip.
On Saturday, a mass demonstration was held in Qatar in support of Palestine. During this period, the Covid sanctions were also severely violated.
According to the news agency Sputnik, hundreds of people gathered in the capital Doha, the suburbs, and the main square of the National Mosque Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahab Mosque to raise their voice for the cause of Palestine.
The protesters were demanding an end to the Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip and protested the eviction of Palestinian families in East Jerusalem.
Members of Hamas, including Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh, also took part in the demonstration in Qatar on Saturday.
Haniyeh told protesters in Doha that Hamas had repeatedly warned Israel not to touch the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem because it would be the Red Line for Palestinians.
The Hamas leader thanked Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon for helping treat the Palestinians injured during the Israeli attacks.