14:55 The number of dead UNRWA staff has reached 99, according to the head of the agency, Philippe Lazzarini. He said it was the highest number of UN aid workers killed during a conflict in such a short period of time.
14:45 At least seven people were killed in shelling of houses in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.
13:45 The death toll in Jenin, West Bank, from the ongoing Israeli army raid has reached eight, with Al Jazeera sources reporting that Israeli snipers have taken up positions in the area as the army moves from house to house breaking down doors and looking for gunmen.
12:45 p.m At least six Palestinians killed in an Israeli army raid on the refugee camp and city of Jenin, in the West Bank.
12:00 Israeli shelling continues unabated across the Gaza Strip, while ground operations continue in Gaza City, where fighting is taking place between the Israeli army and Palestinian resistance. Dozens of Palestinians were killed in overnight shelling in the Jabalia refugee camp and Sabra in western Gaza.
Al-Quds Hospital, which works with the Palestinian Red Crescent, has been forced to suspend its essential services since Wednesday due to a lack of fuel and the continuous shelling of the area around it, which has been ongoing since at least Sunday.
As noted by the Gaza press office, eight hospitals have been hit by Israeli shelling in the last three days. Among them, artillery shells targeted the courtyard of Al-Shifa Hospital and the gate of Al-Nasr Hospital.
In the video below released by the Gaza Ministry of Health, you can see the damage caused to the radiology department of Nasser Medical Hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip as a result of the Israeli shelling of a nearby mosque on Thursday night.
Raids continue in the West Bank, with Israel claiming to have arrested 1,430 people and the Palestinian Prisoners’ Association putting the number at 2,200.
Three leading human rights organizations (Al Haq, Al Mezan and the Palestinian Center for Human Rights) based in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip have filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) asking it to consider apartheid and genocide in its ongoing investigation on the situation in Palestine. The lawsuit claims Israel’s actions in Gaza amount to war crimes and calls for arrest warrants for Israeli officials, including President Herzog, Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister Gallad.