Palestinian activists and news platforms documented a video scene of the director of the Indonesian Hospital in Gaza, Atef Al-Kahlout, during his appeal to the world, regarding the catastrophic conditions of the hospital, amid its overcrowding with patients and injured as a result of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip for more than a month, which also hit the hospital surroundings more than once.

The director of the hospital appealed to the world and human rights organizations to save the Palestinian people from the "Zionist machine of destruction," saying from inside the intensive care room, "These are the tears of the helpless. We complain to God, the Arab and Islamic nation and the unjust world, about what is happening to our injured and sick."

The director of the Indonesian hospital in #غزة, Atef Al-Kahlout, collapses and cries due to the catastrophic conditions inside the
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— • Al Jazeera Net (@AJArabicnet) November 7, 2023

The Indonesian hospital, which was completed in 2015 and serves nearly 400,<> people, was bombed more than once, including on the first day of the Israeli aggression on Gaza, and a vehicle inside was targeted, killing two workers.

The Israeli occupation army spokesman claimed earlier that the hospital had a relationship with Palestinian factions or the use of tunnels under it, and the Indonesian Medical Rescue and Emergency Committee "Mercy – Indonesia", which supervised the construction and financing of the hospital, denied these allegations.

The occupation bombards the vicinity of the Indonesian hospital in the northern Gaza Strip #Gaza #Gaza_War

— Al Jazeera (@AJArabic) November 7, 2023

Gaza hospitals are subjected to Israeli shelling and threats of evacuation, and some of them were subjected to raids that killed hundreds, including the bombing of the Baptist Hospital, during which 500 martyrs died, and the bombing of the vicinity of the Shifa Medical Complex, amid the occupation's claims that there are tunnels under some hospitals, which the health authorities in Gaza deny and call for the formation of a UN committee to verify this, stressing that these allegations are part of a misinformation campaign carried out by the occupation to justify the bombing of hospitals.

Hospitals in the Gaza Strip have also entered a state of virtual collapse due to power cuts and the depletion of medicines, medical supplies and fuel as a result of the Israeli blockade and the continuous intensive bombardment of the Strip, and the Ministry of Health there issued a distress appeal to save the lives of the wounded and sick.

Hospitals are now operating through generators with fuel after the power outage, and the fuel itself is not available in light of the occupation's deliberate prevention of its entry among the aid that reaches the Gaza Strip so far, in addition to the depletion of medicines and medical consumables, all of which portend a humanitarian disaster.