30 جولائی، 2014

Israeli tank shell strikes school in refugee camp, pushing the Gaza death toll over 1,260. مہاجرین کیمپ سکول پر حملہ سینکڑوں بچے شہید

 

'What shall we do with our 200,000 refugees?' UN begs for international help after ANOTHER Gaza school is blitzed, killing 15 Palestinians and injuring 90 others

  • Israeli tank strikes smash into UN school serving as a refugee shelter - pushing the Gaza death toll over 1,200

  • Some 200,000 Gazans have fled to UN schools following calls by Israel to evacuate homes ahead of bombings

  • One refugee who survived latest attack cries: 'Where will we go next? We fled and the Israelis are following us'
The United Nations today begged the international community for help with the humanitarian crisis in Gaza after another school serving as a refugee shelter was bombed, killing 15 Palestinians and injuring 90 others.


Some 200,000 displaced Gazans have sought refuge in UN schools following calls by Israel to evacuate their homes ahead of military operations only to find themselves under attack anyway.

For many Palestinians, the feeling of helplessness living in a densely populated enclave under a seven-year blockade with nowhere to run or hide has left them on the brink of despair.


'Where will we go? cried 56-year-old Aishe Abu Darabeh outside the school in the Jebaliya refugee camp which had a few hours earlier served as her refugee shelter. 'Where will we go next? We fled and they (the Israelis) are following us.'

Today's strike at the school in the Jebaliya refugee camp is the second time in days that a UN school had been hit, with the latest violence pushing the Gaza death toll over 1,260.

The attack has forced the UN into another desperate call for the international community to step in.


Abu Hasna, the UN agency spokesman, said: 'It's the responsibility of the world to tell us what we shall do with more than 200,000 people who are inside our schools, thinking that the UN flag will protect them.


'This incident today proves that no place is safe in Gaza.'



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Bombardment: Palestinians collect body parts in a classroom at the Abu Hussein UN school in Jebaliya refugee camp which was hit by an Israeli tank strike
Bombardment: Palestinians collect body parts in a classroom at the Abu Hussein UN school in Jebaliya refugee camp which was hit by an Israeli tank strike
Shocking toll: Several Israeli tank shells slammed into the crowded UN school used as shelter for refugees in Gaza, a Palestinian health official and a UN official said
Shocking toll: Several Israeli tank shells slammed into the crowded UN school used as shelter for refugees in Gaza, a Palestinian health official and a UN official said
Carnage: Gaza health official Ashraf al-Kidra said at least 15 people were killed and another 90 Palestinians were wounded in the shelling
Carnage: Gaza health official Ashraf al-Kidra said at least 15 people were killed and another 90 Palestinians were wounded in the shelling
At her wit's end: A desperate Palestinian woman throws debris in the air at the bombed classroom where she is taking shelter with her family
At her wit's end: A desperate Palestinian woman throws debris in the air at the bombed classroom where she is taking shelter with her family
Targeting the innocent: The deadly strike came a day after Israel unleashed its heaviest air and artillery assault in the bloodiest day of the three-week Gaza war
Targeting the innocent: The deadly strike came a day after Israel unleashed its heaviest air and artillery assault in the bloodiest day of the three-week Gaza war
Destroyed: A large round hole was left in the ceiling of one classroom and in one of the bathrooms, while in another classroom, the strike had blown out the front wall
Destroyed: A large round hole was left in the ceiling of one classroom and in one of the bathrooms, while in another classroom, the strike had blown out the front wall
Blitzed: Palestinians gather outside a classroom at the Abu Hussein UN school in the Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip
Blitzed: Palestinians gather outside a classroom at the Abu Hussein UN school in the Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip
'What we are saying to both sides, what the United Nations are saying to both sides, what the whole international community is saying to both sides, is that the humanitarian necessity must come first. 'We must stop the bloodshed now by an unconditional ceasefire by both sides.' In the latest attack, tank shells hit the Abu Hussein school in the Jabaliya refugee camp at about 4.30am, the UN said. Indiscriminate bombing: A Palestinian child wounded in an Israeli strike on a UN school in Beit Lahia is treated at Kamal Edwan hospital in Beit Lahia +16 Indiscriminate bombing: A Palestinian child wounded in an Israeli strike on a UN school in Beit Lahia is treated at Kamal Edwan hospital in Beit Lahia Terrified: A child cries as he is treated at Kamal Edwan hospital in Beit Lahia after the Israeli tank strike targeted a UN refugee shelter +16 Terrified: A child cries as he is treated at Kamal Edwan hospital in Beit Lahia after the Israeli tank strike targeted a UN refugee shelter Stunned: A Palestinian man carries a wounded girl at the Kamal Adwan hospital in Beit Lahiya after receiving treatment for her wounds caused by the Israeli strike +16 Stunned: A Palestinian man carries a wounded girl at the Kamal Adwan hospital in Beit Lahiya after receiving treatment for her wounds caused by the Israeli strike Horrendous: A young Palestinian boy reacts as he sees the body of a relative who died when the UN school came under Israeli attack +16 Horrendous: A young Palestinian boy reacts as he sees the body of a relative who died when the UN school came under Israeli attack The outer wall of the complex had also been damaged and a number of dead animals including donkeys could be seen lying on the ground. Israel's military said it had struck 75 sites, including five mosques it claimed were being used by militants in a sustained bombardment on Gaza. About two hours after the strike, hundreds of people still crowded the courtyard, some dazed, others wailing. Four of the dead were killed just outside the school compound, two in their home and two who were struck in the street after returning from pre-dawn prayers, their relatives said. The bodies of two members of the al-Najar family, 56-year-old Shaher and his 41-year-old brother, Bassem, were laid out in one of the rooms of their small home, surrounded by wailing relatives. Living in fear: A Palestinian woman and her son seek treatment in hospital after being injured in the tank strike on the UN school where they were taking shelter +16 Living in fear: A Palestinian woman and her son seek treatment in hospital after being injured in the tank strike on the UN school where they were taking shelter Victims: Israeli bombardments killed 'dozens' of Palestinians in Gaza, including at least 16 at a UN school, medics said, on day 23 of the Israel-Hamas conflict +16 Victims: Israeli bombardments killed 'dozens' of Palestinians in Gaza, including at least 16 at a UN school, medics said, on day 23 of the Israel-Hamas conflict Outside the gate, another relative held on to his crying son, hugging him tight and saying: 'I'm here, I'm not going anywhere.' The deadly strike came a day after Israel unleashed its heaviest air and artillery assault in the bloodiest day of the three-week Gaza war, destroying key symbols of Hamas control, shutting down the territory's only power plant and leaving at least 128 Palestinians dead. It also also comes days after eight Palestinian children were killed playing on swings in the Shati refugee camp on the edge of Gaza City when a huge explosion obliterated the site. Palestinian medics said two adults were also killed in the blast, which witnesses said was an Israeli air strike. However, Israel denied responsibility, claiming it was a misfire of a rocket launched by Hamas militants that landed in the school courtyard. The latest deadly strike came as Israel intensified its air and artillery assault on what it says are Hamas targets in Gaza. Israel has vowed to stop the Hamas rocket and mortar fire that has reached increasingly deeper into its territory and to destroy a sophisticated network of Hamas military tunnels used for attacks in Israel. Targeted while seeing shelter: The bodies of those killed in an Israeli strike on a UN school in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip are lined up at Kamal Edwan hospital +16 Targeted while seeing shelter: The bodies of those killed in an Israeli strike on a UN school in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip are lined up at Kamal Edwan hospital Heartache: A Palestinian woman mourns the death of a family member at a hospital morgue in Beit Lahita in the northern Gaza Strip +16 Heartache: A Palestinian woman mourns the death of a family member at a hospital morgue in Beit Lahita in the northern Gaza Strip For its part, Hamas has so far rejected cease-fire efforts unless its demands are met, including a lifting of a punishing blockade. The military said that since fighting began July 8, Israeli forces have hit 4,100 targets in Gaza, about one-third connected to the militants' ability to launch rockets at Israel. An army statement said that since Tuesday morning, troops have demolished three more tunnels leading from Gaza to Israel. Hamas has used such tunnels to sneak into Israel to carry out attacks. The army said 32 tunnels have so far been located but did not say how many remain. Since July 8, more than 1,258 Gazans, most of them civilians, have been killed in the conflict and more than 7,100 injured. On the Israeli side, 53 soldiers have been killed as well as three civilians. Obliterated: Smoke rises from Tuffah neighbourhood after Israeli air strikes in response to a barrage of Palestinian rockets after an attempted truce for Eid crumbled +16 Obliterated: Smoke rises from Tuffah neighbourhood after Israeli air strikes in response to a barrage of Palestinian rockets after an attempted truce for Eid crumbled

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