Doctor in Gaza says without electricity, Al-Shifa hospital will ‘turn into a mass grave’

Dr. Ghassan Abu Sitta is a British Palestinian doctor who travelled to Gaza to help treat people injured in the Israel-Hamas war. He spoke to CBC News from Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza and says a lack of electricity risks turning the hospital into “a mass grave.” Israel has warned Hamas that electricity, fuel and water will remain cut off to Gaza until hostages are released.

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