In the initial wave of evacuations from the besieged enclave on Wednesday, a minimum of 320 foreign passport holders made their way to Egypt from Gaza, as reported by three Egyptian security sources and a Palestinian official.
The Palestinian official on the Gaza side of the border noted that the foreign passport holders left the territory aboard six buses.
An initial list of approximately 500 individuals who hold foreign passports or have dual nationality has received clearance to depart Gaza, and it is anticipated that evacuations will continue in the following days.
This comes moments after the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza reported a new massacre by Israeli occupation forces in Jabalia, located in northern Gaza, earlier today.
The spokesperson for the Civil Defense in Gaza confirmed that the Israeli occupation forces bombed a residential area in Jabalia, resulting in a significant number of casualties, including many who are still trapped under the rubble.
This marks the second massacre committed by the Israeli occupation in Jabalia in less than 24 hours, with entire families among the casualties.
According to reports, victims were transported to al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, shortly after a civilian vehicle was targeted in Nuseirat camp.
Israeli warplanes also carried out airstrikes on the Martyrs’ Roundabout (al-Falouja) in Jabalia and a house on al-Alami Street within the Jabalia camp.