Scenes of devastation could be seen in Jabalia refugee camp, northern Gaza on Tuesday following Israeli airstrikes.
People were looking on amidst the rubble and debris of destroyed homes, while others carried the wounded to hospital.
In the Kamal Edwan Hospital in northern Gaza, crowds of wounded and shocked babies, children and adults gathered for medical attention.
The Hamas raid on Oct. 7, the deadliest day in Israel's 75-year-old history, prompted Israel to invade Gaza to annihilate the resistance group that has ruled there since 2007.
Since then, Gaza's Hamas-run government says at least 13,300 Palestinians have been confirmed killed, including at least 5,600 children, by Israeli bombardment that has turned much of Gaza, especially its northern half, into wasteland.
Around two-thirds of Gaza's 2.3 million people have been made homeless, with thousands a day still trekking south on foot with belongings and children in their arms. The central and southern parts of the territory, where Israel has told them to go, have also regularly come under attack.