The death toll from the Israeli attack on the blocked Gaza Strip rose to 181, including 31 women and 52 children on Sunday.
Israel’s bombing of the Gaza Strip entered Sunday’s airstrike for the seventh consecutive day, killing at least 33 Palestinians, wounding dozens of others, and razing at least two residential buildings to the ground.
Over the past week, more than 180 people died in the Gaza Strip, including at least 52 children. More than 1,000 others were injured. In the occupied West Bank, Israeli forces killed at least 13 Palestinians.
The official statement stated that Israel continued its air strikes and bombed a medical facility in Gaza with two missiles on Sunday.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, the missiles hit the Al-Daraj Martyrs Health Center, severely damaging the structure and rendering it unusable.
The statement called on the international community to intervene to protect health institutions and medical personnel, and to take responsibility for Israel’s actions.
The Israeli army also targeted buildings in Gaza. In the past two days, Gaza has set up government offices and media offices for news organizations such as Al Jazeera and Associated Press. Israel reported 10 deaths, including two children.
The UN Security Council met on Sunday to discuss the worst violence in Palestine and Israel in years.