Occupied Jerusalem: In Gaza, an infant who had been buried under the rubble for the past 37 days has been found alive, and after receiving medical assistance, the baby’s breathing has been restored.
According to official news sources, the newborn, who miraculously survived the Israeli aggression, emerged from under the rubble of a house in Gaza after 37 days in a semi-lifeless state. Medical assistance was provided, and the baby’s breathing was restored.
The miracle that came after 37 days. Baby born in the first days of the war was rescued alive from the rubble of the house bombed by Israel pic.twitter.com/pDpQ4bInGi
— Gaza Notifications (@gazanotice) November 27, 2023
As per Arab news sources, Israeli airstrikes targeted this house during the first week of the war, completely destroying it. Due to continuous shelling in the area, rescue operations could not be carried out. However, when a 4-day truce was declared, relief work began. During this period, search and rescue teams found a newborn under the rubble of the house, seemingly with no signs of life.
Most people present at the scene during the relief efforts had assumed the newborn was deceased. After three hours of hard work by the medical team, including doctors and paramedics, the newborn began to breathe, seeing which the surroundings echoed with cries of “Allahu Akbar” and “Subhanallah.”
Until now, no information has been obtained about the newborn’s parents, and no one else has been taken out from the rubble.