Israel kills more children in Gaza in 22 days than die in a year in conflicts around the world

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Last year, 2,985 died in armed conflicts around the world, and Israel has already killed more than 3,340 in the Strip, to which another 1,000 must be added missing and buried in rubble.

In the three weeks of war between Israel and the Palestinian militias in Gaza, the Jewish Army has killed more minors than the annual total of minors killed in conflict zones around the world since 2019, the NGO Save the Children reported this Sunday. .

Since the war broke out on October 7, more than 3,340 Children and adolescents died in Gaza, as well as 33 in the West Bank and another 29 in Israel, a figure "higher than the number of minors killed in armed conflicts around the world in the course of a year" in twenty countries, the organization says. .

The dead children in the Strip represent the 40% of the total Palestinian deaths throughout the enclave due to Israeli bombings, which are already more than 8,000, according to data from the Strip's Ministry of Health.

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To this figure are added "another thousand missing boys and girls in Gaza, which are assumed to have been buried under rubble", so "the number of fatalities is likely to be much higher", notes Save the Children.

Given this, Save the Children "is seriously concerned about the fact that the expansion of ground operation in Gaza will inevitably cause more fatalities.

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