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If I survive, I’ll continue to report Israeli crimes in Gaza: Al-Alam reporter

This aerial photo shows heavily damaged buildings following Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City on October 10, 2023. (Photo by AFP)

Al-Alam reporter in the Gaza Strip Esra Albohaisi says she will continue to report Israeli crimes in the besieged territory from another place after the occupying regime threatened to bombard the place she was reporting from.

Albohaisi made the remarks on Tuesday as she was reporting the latest developments in Gaza, following Israel’s aerial assaults on the coastal territory.

“We have now received news that the Islamic University of Gaza has been threatened with an air attack. The university is right here next to us and now we have to leave this place for the sake of our lives and our news staff. We all have to get out of this building,” she said.

Albohaisi also expressed hope that she could have the opportunity to talk about the Palestinian children who were killed by the Israeli regime’s bombs and missiles, adding that those children had no sin except that they had gone to fetch water from the mosque.

“But now I have to leave this place and if I survive I will continue the report from another place,” she said.

On Tuesday, the Israeli regime poured lethal bombs and missiles on Palestinian kids coinciding with World Children’s Day.

The occupying regime also disrupted water supply to the Gaza Strip, amid the atrocious military onslaught on the impoverished territory.

Israel launched deadly strikes on the densely-populated Gaza Strip on Saturday after the Palestinian Hamas resistance group waged a surprise attack, dubbed Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, against the usurping entity.

Hamas said that its operation came in response to Israel’s violations at al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East al-Quds and growing settler violence.

Israel has imposed a total blockade on Gaza, a small territory on the Mediterranean where some 2.3 million people live.

The regime has vowed it would do everything to compensate the Hamas blitz which left almost 1,000 Israelis dead.

Rights groups and international organization have criticized the Israeli regime for its indiscriminate bombing of Gaza and its siege on the territory which has left people without water, electricity and other basic supplies.

According to the Gaza Health Ministry, 704 Palestinians, including 143 children and 105 women, have been killed by Israeli strikes.

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