Palestinian Health Minister Mai Al-Kaila advised the moment, Thursday, that the health sector in the Gaza Strip has become vulnerable to collapse due to the durability of Israeli raids and the added figures of wounded, and called for critical and immediate support to save the situation.
Al-Kaila said in a statement that the large figures of wounded presently exceed the capacity of hospitals in Gaza, and advised that the severe deficit of medical inventories, operating room accouterments, drugs, and blood bags threatens the collapse of the health situation in the sector.
Al-Kaila called upon all transnational health associations, UN agencies, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and countries of the world to intermediate incontinently to bring drugs and medical inventories into the sector, to meet the requirements of operating apartments, exigency departments, and ferocious care units.
She also prompted transnational health associations to help in opening field hospitals in Gaza to work on saving the lives of those wounded by the Israeli occupation‘s hail, especially women, children, and the elderly.
In the same environment, Anadolu Agency quoted the International Committee of the Red Cross prophet in the Middle East, Eman Sharabasi, as saying that the philanthropic situation in Gaza is deteriorating in an extremely worrying and dangerous manner and that the health sector is in the verge of collapse.
No Place for Killers’ Bodies
Al Jazeera’s camera captured piles of bodies of killers of the Israeli occupation‘s aggression on the Gaza Strip in front of Al-Shifa Hospital in the sector, due to the morgues being full and no place for the adding number of courses.
According to Al Jazeera’s pressman, this scene is unknown, and the situation didn’t reach it in former wars in Gaza, as the bodies of the killers found no place in the refrigerators, which forced the killers‘ families and medical brigades to pile up the corpses in front of the sanitarium after filling them in bags without doing what’s necessary to prepare them.
The Israeli occupation continued to carry out unknown strikes on the sector since last Saturday, which resulted in the martyrdom of further than 100 Palestinians and the injury of further than 5,760 others. It also caused tremendous destruction in domestic structures and structures in the sector, leading to the relegation of hundreds of thousands of its occupants.
The Israeli occupation imposes a stifling siege on the sector, whose population exceeds two million people, prevents the entry of philanthropic aid, cuts off services, electricity, and water from its occupants, and prevents the entry of food and drugs.
Israel had advised the Egyptian side against allowing philanthropic aid into the Gaza Strip and bombed the Rafah crossing, which is the only passage for the sector to the outside world, linking Gaza to Egypt.