Israel Attacks Rafah Camp, The 'Red Line' Invasion Gets Crazy!


Several Israeli airstrikes in the central and northern Gaza Strip until Thursday have killed at least 14 people and wounded dozens of others.

Zionist tanks also deepened their incursion in South Rafah and their aircraft attacked a house in Al-Nuseirat camp killing two people and wounding 12 others.

In addition, tanks shelled areas in Al-Maghazi and Al-Bureij camps injuring a number of residents there. Nuseirat, Maghazi and Bureij are three of the eight refugee camps in Gaza.

Deir al-Balah, a town that is home to displaced Gazans, was hit by Israeli airstrikes, killing one Palestinian and injuring several others.

On the Egyptian border, Israeli tanks stationed deep in the western and central areas of the city increased the bombardment and forced more families living in the coastal areas to flee to the north. Some residents said the rate of raids had accelerated since Wednesday.

Now, Rafah housed more than half of Gaza's 2.3 million residents until May 7 when Israeli forces began a ground attack on the city. About 100,000 residents are now homeless.

There are no signs of an end to the war as international efforts supported by the United States have apparently failed to persuade Israel and Hamas to immediately implement a ceasefire.

Hamas fighters said they were fighting Israeli forces with anti-tank rockets and that some areas had been detonated with pre-planted explosives in their resistance to the invasion.

The attack so far has devastated Gaza and killed more than 37,400 residents. Almost the entire population of Gaza is homeless and destitute.