October 7- Israeli occupation airstrikes on two hospitals in the besieged Gaza resulted in the deaths of a nurse, a paramedic, and an ambulance driver.
In addition, occupation forces destroyed five ambulances after targeting the two hospitals in Jabalia and Khan Younis.

Occupation bullets targeted two hospitals in Gaza

Scores of Palestinian citizens, including paramedics, sustained injuries, many of them critically, after an Israeli strike bombed a Palestinian Red Crescent-affiliated ambulance in front of Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis City in the southern Gaza Strip, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

Israeli occupation warplanes have consistently bombed sites in the densely populated Gaza Strip for hours, and flames and thick columns of smoke are regularly seen. Significant destruction and severe damage to civilian properties and the infrastructure of Gaza residents are ongoing.

The Ministry has also appealed to international and humanitarian institutions to call on combatants to prioritize the protection of health institutions, ambulances, and medical teams during times of emergency.

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