Israeli Strike on UN School in Gaza Results in Multiple Fatalities



An Israeli strike on a United Nations School in the central Gaza Strip has resulted in the death of at least 27 individuals and has left dozens more wounded, according to reports from media controlled by Hamas and citing medical officials. The attack, which has yet to be confirmed by Gaza’s Health Ministry, targeted a Hamas compound within the school premises in the city of Nerat. The Israeli Army has acknowledged the strike, stating it was aimed at Hamas terrorists allegedly operating from the school compound.

  • At least 27 people have been killed and dozens wounded in an Israeli strike on a UN school in the Gaza Strip.
  • The attack targeted a Hamas compound located inside the school in the city of Nerat.
  • Israel’s Army confirmed the strike, citing the operation was against Hamas terrorists planning further attacks.
  • Health officials from the Al-Aqsa Hospital reported receiving 30 bodies, including five children, with expectations that the death toll may rise.
  • The strike follows an announcement by the Israeli military of a wider operation in the central Gaza Strip.
  • Ceasefire talks between Hamas and Israel appear stalled, with both sides having significant conditions for a permanent ceasefire.
  • Efforts to mediate the conflict continue, with involvement from Qatar, Egypt, and the US, though progress seems to be at a standstill.

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