War in the Middle East: 1900 victims, almost 600 children. Bombs also hit displaced people: shocking video of a charred reporter


By John

The moments immediately following Israel’s killing of a Lebanese Reuters cameraman and the serious wounding of another Lebanese reporter along the Blue Line dividing the two countries were captured live on an amateur video circulating on social media and on Lebanese and pan-Arab TV. The half-charred and dismembered half-length of the cameraman Issam Abdallah he is filmed on the ground, while a few meters away he connects with her Carmen Joukhadar she screams, lying on the ground: «I can’t see my legs anymore! I can’t see my legs anymore! The shocking footage shows the Lebanese journalist’s legs crushed at the ankles.

Meanwhile «Israel has given the Al Awda hospital», in the Gaza Strip, «only two hours to evacuate. Our staff is still treating patients. We unequivocally condemn this action, the continued indiscriminate bloodshed and attacks on healthcare in Gaza. We are trying to protect our staff and our patients.” Doctors Without Borders reports it in a message on X.

According to the Health Ministry, at least 1,900 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza by Israeli attacks. Among the dead are 583 children and 351 women, the ministry said in its latest update. Since Saturday, another 6,388 have been injured.

In detail “At least 70 dead and 200 injured”: this is the toll from the «bombing of Israel on the displaced people who moved towards the south of Gaza with cars and trucks” writes the Palestinian agency Maan quoting the Gaza Ministry of the Interior. “Four bombs landed on displaced people along the Salah al-Din road,” the agency specifies.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia is freezing US-backed plans to normalize ties with Israel. Two sources close to Riyadh’s thinking told Reuters, signaling a rapid rethinking of the Kingdom’s foreign policy priorities as the war intensifies between Israel and Hamas. You can read it on the news agency’s website. The conflict has also reportedly pushed Riyadh to engage with Iran: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received his first phone call from Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, as the Kingdom seeks to prevent a wave of violence in the region .