Bombing comes days after air raids on Jabalia and Bureij refugee camps that officers say killed greater than 200 individuals.
Israel’s navy has bombed al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza, killing greater than 30 individuals, Palestinian officers have stated.
The victims of the air raid on Saturday have been taken to al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir el-Balah, the Ministry of Well being within the Hamas-run enclave stated in a press release.
Palestinian information company Wafa earlier reported that the bombing killed 51 individuals, principally girls and kids.
Al Jazeera couldn’t independently verify the variety of casualties from the bombing, which comes days after air raids on the Jabalia and Bureij refugee camps that Palestinian officers say killed greater than 200 individuals.
Israel’s navy didn’t reply to Al Jazeera’s request for remark.
Nonetheless, a navy spokesperson informed the AFP information company it was investigating whether or not their forces had been working within the space on the time.
The most recent assaults got here after the US on Saturday rejected calls by Arab international locations for an instantaneous ceasefire within the monthlong battle.
At a information convention together with his Jordanian and Egyptian counterparts in Amman, US Secretary of State Blinken stated a full ceasefire would “go away Hamas in place to regroup and repeat assaults”.
US President Joe Biden’s administration has as a substitute proposed localised “humanitarian pauses” to facilitate the supply of support into Gaza and efforts to safe the discharge of captives held by Hamas.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected a short lived cessation within the warfare except it includes the discharge of the greater than 240 Israelis and foreigners believed to have been taken captive by the Palestinian armed group.
Blinken is on Sunday set to proceed his tour of the Center East – his second for the reason that Israel-Hamas warfare started – with a two-day go to to Turkey.
A minimum of 9,488 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza since Israel launched its marketing campaign to remove Hamas, in response to Palestinian officers.
A minimum of 1,430 individuals have been killed and greater than 240 others taken hostage throughout Hamas’s shock assault on southern Israel on October 7, in response to Israeli officers.