Displaced Gazans take initiative to clear Indonesian hospital to reopen hospital news

After the occupying forces destroyed much of the Indonesian Hospital (northern Gaza Strip) and bombed its surroundings dozens of times, a group of displaced young volunteers conducted a massive cleaning campaign of the hospital.

An Indonesian hospital was out of service after running out of fuel, generators and medical supplies were cut off, before occupation forces laid siege and attacked the hospital, causing severe damage before a temporary humanitarian truce came into effect.

These young volunteers from the town of Beit Hanoun hope that they can restart the government hospital after cleaning and repairing it, especially since the hospital’s departments suffered huge damage, were stained with blood, and the bodies of martyrs were still in the hospital.

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