Israel has already murdered more than 8,000 girls and boys in the Gaza Strip, and the total number of deaths exceeds 20,000 in 75 days of war. And the figure is not definitive, first because only a miracle can make them stop killing and, second, because there are many minors missing under the rubble. This is the case of a three-day-old baby who was found among the rubble in Rafah, south of the Strip.
He was born in the midst of the horror of war and this Wednesday morning has become a survivor of a bombing in Rafah. Two other minors have survived with him. These bombs have hit a residential area of the southern city of the Strip. It should be remembered that it was to the south where Israel sent the northern Gazans because it was a safe place, and it is in the south where it now has around two million Palestinians cornered.
The attacks have also reached Khan Younis, very close to Rafah. There, the horror and suffering of the little ones is also shown, like that of a child, desperate and in tears, searching for his mother. He finds her unconscious on her stretcher and recognizes her. The child continues crying and when they are going to take him away, his mother regains consciousness and asks to be left alone. your arms. While another has not been so lucky and his tears destroy anyone who sees them because he has just lost his father in another bombing. Israel has killed him.
The UN denounces that the lack of water, food, medicines added to the rains and overcrowding are promoting the spread of diseases. Unicef spokesperson, James Elder, has pointed out who have on average one toilet for every 700 civiliansand adds that children, the most vulnerable, They are not safe even in hospitals.
“It angers me that children who recover from amputations in hospitals are then murdered.” in those hospitals… They only have hope and dirty water. “I am furious that Christmas will likely bring an increase in the savagery of attacks while the world is entertained,” Elder said.