Map shows much of Gaza buildings in ruins amid Israeli aggression
Corey Scher of the CUNY Graduate Center and Jamon Van Den Hoek of Oregon State University employ algorithms to quantify how many buildings had experienced damage to at least 50% of their structure.
According to satellite data imaging, "Israel's" bombing of Gaza has leveled most of northern Gaza, severely damaging more than half of the structures and big swathes of whole neighborhoods during its 42-day aggression.
Social media videos, images from reporters, and images from the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) themselves have depicted a shattered landscape, a report by the Financial Times revealed.
The complete size of the damage has been calculated using radar signals received by the European Space Agency's Sentinel-1 satellite.
Corey Scher of the CUNY Graduate Center and Jamon Van Den Hoek of Oregon State University employed algorithms to quantify how many buildings had experienced damage to at least 50% of their structure since the war began.
As they proceeded into north Gaza, fortified bulldozers reduced large swaths of land into rubble to set up the troops' forward bases and large numbers of infantry followed, moving through largely deserted small towns, such as Beit Hanoun.
After destroying much of northern Gaza, "Israel" is now shifting its deadly focus to east Gaza and farther south.
Palestinians were intensely bombed in al-Zaytun neighborhood and the Jabalia refugee camp with three explosions recorded at schools where people were taking shelter.
"Israel" bombed refugee schools overnight, killing scores of Palestinians while they were sleeping.
The Israeli security minister this weekend boasted the killing spree conducted by the IOF citing that the people on the Western side of Gaza encountered the "lethal strength" of the IOF, threatening that Gazans on the eastern and southern side would "understand that soon as well."
On their way to storm Al-Shifa Hospital, the IOF also destroyed much along their southern path, especially al-Shati refugee camp, where only 30% of the camp remains intact as per radar data.
In Khan Younis and surrounding neighborhoods, Gazans found leaflets from the IOF threatening them to leave their homes.
Israeli officials have lied to Western officials that Hamas leaders are hiding south of the evacuation zone they ordered Palestinians to use.
Given that "Israel" has previously targeted ambulance convoys and evacuating Palestinians, it comes as no surprise that they are using Hamas targets as a guise to bomb the same people who just escaped from them.