Gaza at Breaking Point as Israel Refused to Allow Life-Saving Fuel

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Gaza is facing a humanitarian crisis as Israel continues to block the entry of fuel and other essential supplies into the besieged enclave, where more than 10,000 people have been killed in the ongoing war.

UN agencies warn that Gaza’s services are close to “breaking point” without fuel, which is needed to power hospital generators, ambulances, and water pumps

Israel has imposed a complete blockade on Gaza since the start of the conflict on October 7, and has only allowed a few aid trucks in via the Rafah land crossing with Egypt.

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