IP - At least 104 Palestinians have been killed and more than 760 others wounded after Israeli troops opened fire on hundreds waiting for food aid southwest of Gaza City, health officials say, as the besieged enclave faces an unprecedented hunger crisis.

Iran Press/ West Asia: The number of dead from the attack has now risen to 104 and there are still, injured people left on the road.

Paramedics, civil defense crew, and volunteers are trying to help get these people to hospitals, but it is very difficult to get them to the area. 

People who escaped from the Israeli massacre on Thursday morning say, They feel it was a trap or an ambush.

As soon as people approached incoming trucks carrying food aid, they were shot at. There were attack drones in the sky. There was also fire from naval forces and armored vehicles in the vicinity, Al Jazeera reported.

Israeli troops opened fire on a group of Palestinian aid seekers in Gaza City who “dangerously” approached them, according to an Israeli military official quoted by Israeli media.

At least 104 Palestinians were killed and more than 700 injured when they were attacked at a roundabout south of Gaza City while waiting for food aid, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.

At least 30,035 people have been killed and 70,457 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7.


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