Gaza death toll rises to 115 as Israeli attacks enters fifth day

10:49 AM | 14 May, 2021
Gaza death toll rises to 115 as Israeli attacks enters fifth day
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JERUSALEM – The causalities in Palestine are on a constant rise as Israeli attacks enter the fifth day with no sign of abating.

According to the latest figures from Palestine health officials, at least 115 people, including 29 minors, have been killed in Israeli airstrikes while 7 Israeli succumbed to injuries during retaliation from Hamas.

The Jewish force continued to bombard Gaza ignoring international calls for peace, as it also beefed up the troop’s deployment near the besieged Palestinian enclave.

Meanwhile, Israel threatened Palestine with ground attack amid airstrikes while residents of northern Gaza confirmed an International news agency that they had seen no sign of Israeli ground forces inside the enclave but reported heavy bombardment.

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