Abu Hasna continued in a recorded interview on the United Nations website, saying, "The Israeli forces' attack on the Al-Fakhoura school, which belongs to the agency in northern Gaza, and the death of more than 200 martyrs, in addition to the wounded, confirms that the Palestinians are going through a new catastrophe and have returned to point zero again."
Abu Hasna added, "This school is a known UNRWA-run school, and it was previously targeted twice in 2008 and 2014, and many Palestinians were killed and injured at that time. As is the case with all schools, these are shelter centers, and these schools accommodate thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of displaced people. We have about 830,000 displaced persons in 154 shelter centers."
Meanwhile, Abu Hasna confirmed that "there is a specific agreement regarding fuel supplies, and one of the United Nations agencies leads this process with the support of UNRWA and other international agencies, and what matters are the humanitarian operations in the Gaza Strip and the operations of UNRWA."
He continued, "We need 160,000 liters of fuel daily to maintain a reasonable level of humanitarian services," adding, "Here we are not talking about the private sector or factories, but we are talking about humanitarian operations related to desalination plants, sewage treatment plants, hospitals, and municipal wells."
The spokesman for UNRWA in the Gaza Strip said, "I have never seen in my life the complete removal of entire neighborhoods from existence in the city of Gaza. I have seen people, the original inhabitants of the city of Gaza, who have not left it for thousands of years, but today they have become refugees and displaced persons in a new city."
It should be noted that for 45 consecutive days, the Israeli occupation army has been continuing to destroy all aspects of life in the besieged Gaza Strip, resulting in approximately 12,300 martyrs, including 5,000 children and 3,300 women, and more than 30,000 injured, according to the latest Palestinian official statistics issued on Saturday evening.