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WHO Chief: “Child killed every 10 minutes in Gaza”. Even Babies in the Incubators

“We are minutes away from imminent death,” Muhammad Abu Salmiya, the director of the besieged Shifa Hospital in Gaza has told Al Jazeera. “The hospital compound is cordoned off and the buildings of the hospital are targeted. Any moving person within the compound is targeted. The Israeli occupation forces are outside, preventing any person to move.”

The hospital has no electricity, water or internet and is lacking medical key supplies, according to the director. “We’ve started to lose lives. Patients are dying by the minute, victims and wounded are also dying – even babies in the incubators,” he said.

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The continued Israeli military campaign in Gaza has devastated the Palestinian enclave’s healthcare system and has led to heavy losses among the civilian population, including children, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, told the UN Security Council on Friday.

Since the start of the Israeli operation on October 7, the WHO has verified more than 250 attacks on the healthcare system in Gaza and the West Bank, including medical facilities, ambulances and patients, Ghebreyesus said, adding that the medical system in Gaza was “on its knees.” A total of 250 attacks on healthcare targets in Israel were reported over the same period, he added.

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The situation in the Palestinian enclave is “impossible to describe,” the WHO chief said, adding that around 1.5 million people had to leave their homes, with tens of thousands of them having to seek shelter in hospitals and schools, which inevitably become overcrowded.

People are looking for shelter “anywhere they can find it,” Ghebreyesus said, adding that “nowhere and no one is safe”in Gaza. The Israeli bombardments and airstrikes, as well as the ongoing ground operation, have resulted in more than 10,800 deaths in Gaza, Ghebreyesus said. Most of those killed were women and children, he added.

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The WHO chief also relayed a stark statistic: “On average, a child is killed every ten minutes in Gaza.”

Israel maintained it was making efforts to ease the humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian enclave. Its ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan, told the Security Council on Friday that his nation had created a special task force to establish hospitals in the southern part of the enclave.

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“Israel is in advanced talks with the United Arab Emirates, with the ICRC and with other European countries regarding the establishment of field-hospital and floating-hospital ships,” the diplomat stated, adding that West Jerusalem had also “facilitated the Jordanian airdrop of medical aid to hospitals in northern Gaza.”

Erdan then said that Israel was supposedly doing more for Gaza than the WHO itself or any other UN body, for that matter.

Putin: “Innocent Children Annihilated: Gaza Horror can’t be Justified”

Washington –West Jerusalem’s key ally– admitted on Friday that the Israeli actions had resulted in a massive number of casualties in Gaza. “Far too many” Palestinians have died in Israel’s retaliatory campaign against the Gaza-based Hamas militant group, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Friday. The US has been seeking to convince Israel to introduce longer “humanitarian pauses,” in particular to facilitate humanitarian aid deliveries to the enclave.

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From al-Jazeera

Two premature babies die, 37 under threat at Gaza’s al-Shifa Hospital

Neonatal intensive care unit stops working at under-siege facility with power outages and no fuel.

Palestinian doctors treat a prematurely born baby at Al Aqsa Hospital in Deir el-Balah, Gaza Strip, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2023. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

Palestinian doctors treat a prematurely born baby at al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir el-Balah, Gaza Strip, on October 22, 2023 [File: Adel Hana/AP]

Two premature babies have died at Gaza’s al-Shifa Hospital after the neonatal intensive care unit stopped working due to a lack of electricity, the facility’s director has said.

Thirty-seven other babies, also in the neonatal intensive care unit, are at risk of losing their lives as the hospital runs out of fuel to power their incubators, Director Mohammed Abu Salmiya told Al Jazeera on Saturday.‘What we are doing in Gaza we know how to do in Beirut’ – Israel

‘What we are doing in Gaza we know how to do in Beirut’ – Israel

Defense minister warns Hezbollah against making a ‘grave mistake’ if it continues to attack areas near Israel’s northern border

‘What we are doing in Gaza we know how to do in Beirut’ – Israel

Defense minister warns Hezbollah against making a ‘grave mistake’ if it continues to attack areas near Israel’s northern border

Israel’s Defense Minister Yoav Gallant has warned the Lebanon-based Hezbollah group that it is on the verge of making a costly mistake should it continue carrying out attacks close to Israel’s northern border, adding that it would be the Lebanese citizens who would pay the price in an escalation of conflict.

Speaking while on a visit to troops at the IDF’s 91st Division’s base in northern Israel on Saturday, Gallant warned the Hezbollah leadership that it is “close to making a grave mistake,” The Times of Israel reported. He added that it would be the people of Beirut who would suffer should skirmishes continue in Israel’s north.

“Hezbollah is dragging Lebanon into a war that may happen, and it is making mistakes,” Gallant said. “If it makes mistakes of this kind, the ones who will pay the price are first of all the citizens of Lebanon. What we are doing in Gaza we know how to do in Beirut,” the minister warned.

On Friday, Israel killed seven Hezbollah fighters close to its Lebanese border, bringing to 78 the number who have died since the Hamas cross-border attack in southern Israel last month.

The Iranian-backed Lebanese political and militant group named the seven dead fighters in a statement soon afterwards, saying that they had been “martyred on the road to Jerusalem” – a phrase frequently used by Hezbollah when referencing the deaths of its militants.

The increased death toll in Lebanon, as well as the killing of 18 Palestinians by Israeli forces in the West Bank on Thursday, prompted Iran’s foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, to predict earlier this week that a wider escalation of the conflict appeared to be inevitable.

Speaking on Saturday in what were his second long-form comments since the start of Israel’s renewed conflict with Hamas in October, Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said that there had been “an upgrade” in the group’s operations on its front with Israel.

“There has been a quantitative improvement in the number of operations, the size and number of targets, as well as an increase in the type of weapons,” Nasrallah said, according to Reuters.

Addressing the Hezbollah threat, Gallant said that the “noses of [our] planes are pointing north,” adding that the Israeli Air Force is using just one-tenth of its assets in Gaza.

Israeli minister admits to ‘a Nakba of Gaza’

In an interview with Channel 12 news, Israeli Minister of Agriculture and former Shin Bet chief Avi Dichter described the current displacement and persecution of Palestinians in Gaza as “the Nakba of Gaza 2023”. Dichter has been calling for over a decade to re-occupy Gaza.

The Nakba, or “catastrophe” as it’s known in English, refers to the ethnic cleansing of some 750,000 Palestinians from their lands and homes in historic Palestine to make way for the creation of Israel in 1948.

WATCH: Israeli Troops ‘Filmed Using Blindfolded Prisoner as Human Shield’ in West Bank

Video shared Friday morning on social media shows Israeli Defense Forces soldiers allegedly using a handcuffed, blindfolded Palestinian prisoner as a human shield during an operation in the occupied West Bank.

The prisoner was identified by Al Jazeera as Alaa Abu Hashhash.

“Hashhash was seen in the video being handcuffed, blindfolded and kneeling on a street, as an Israeli soldier took cover behind him, while aiming his rifle towards an unseen enemy,” Al Jazeera reported.

قوات الاحتلال الإسرائيلي تتخذ من الأسير المحرر علاء أبو هشهش درعا بشريا خلال المواجهات في مخيم الفوار بالخليل#حرب_غزة #فيديو

— الجزيرة فلسطين (@AJA_Palestine) November 10, 2023

The use of human shields is a war crime under the Geneva Conventions

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