Al-Nasr Children's Hospital in Gaza (social media)

Since the first day of the truce between the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) and Israel in Gaza, the crimes of the occupation began to appear to the world, the latest of which was the shocking scenes of decomposing children's bodies left in Al-Nasr Children's Hospital in the northern Gaza Strip after Israeli forces forced its staff and patients to evacuate it.

As the truce in Gaza entered its fourth day, Al-Mashhad correspondent Mohammed Balousha was able to enter Al-Nasr Children's Hospital to be surprised by shocking scenes of decomposing children's bodies in the care department that the occupation army prevented from exhuming and burial.

The clip went viral on social media platforms and sparked shock and outrage. Some tweeters described the scenes revealed by the reporter's report as "shocking" and a "crime against humanity", while others questioned the role of human rights and child rights organizations in prosecuting the Israeli occupation army to hold it accountable for its crimes against the people of Gaza, especially children.

⭕️ Crime against humanity | The Israeli occupation army threatened medical teams and parents in #مستشفى_النصر in #غزة and prevented them from rescuing five newborn babies and preventing access to them. The army of invaders slowly let these infants die alone, and their juicy bodies decomposed on top of the beds within three weeks.
Awful and any awfulness!

— Hossam Shaker (@Hos_Shaker) November 28, 2023

Cruel scenes of decomposing children's bodies left in the #مستشفى_النصر for children after it was evacuated by the Israeli occupation.
Are the children of Palestine just numbers!? #غزة

— Diaa Ben Said | DHIYA (@msafr2002) November 29, 2023

For its part, the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor confirmed that it has documented the discovery of 5 dead babies in a state of decomposition in the nursery of Al-Nasr Hospital after they were left to their fate 3 weeks ago, which "may amount to a horrific crime of execution and a crime against humanity." The Observatory called for the formation of an independent international commission of inquiry into the incident.

For his part, the director of the hospital, Dr. Mustafa Al-Kahlout, said in a statement to the Euro-Med Monitor that he appealed for the difficult situation of the five children to save their lives to international organizations, including the Red Cross, but did not receive any response.

Al-Kahlout said he informed the IDF officer who warned them of the final evacuation of the condition of the five children on respirators, stressing that the officer informed him that the army knew about this and would act.

We call for an international investigation into the responsibility of the Israeli army for leaving 5 babies to die in Gaza

— Euro-Med Monitor (@EuroMedHRAr) November 28, 2023

A doctor at Al-Nasr Children's Hospital published on the tenth of November a video clip from the special care department, and commented on it by saying, "Al-Nasr Children's Hospital care without medical staff after the threat of tanks. Israel uses all of us as human shields. We are all thousands of people in the corridors, a martyr who bombed her in front of the door after trying to get out even after raising a white flag!"

Al-Nasr Children's Hospital care without medical staff after the threat of tanks. Israel is using all of us as human shields. We are all a thousand people in the corridors, martyrs who bombed them in front of the door after trying to get out "even after raising a white flag"!!

— m. (@ma_loolla) November 10, 2023

Source : Al Jazeera + Agencies + Social Media