The current noncombatant to combatant ratio in Gaza is about nine to one. It is that high because of the weaponry the IDF chooses to deliver powerful explosives. In densely populated areas that means collapsed building full of people. We see the same in Ukraine, but the damage is spread out over hundreds of cities and many months rather than weeks. (Not that that makes the personal tragedies any less painful.)
Soon, in Gaza, another factor will kick in: starvation and disease. If any thing, it will hit the general population harder than the AL Qassam fighters -- they stockpiled in anticipation of their totally secret operation. Israel (correctly or not) estimateS there are 30,000 combatants. Given a population of 2.1 million, the death ratio will likely to rise above 70 to 1, unless a means is found of getting food and medicine to the noncombatants.
HOW ABOUT AIRDROPS BY ALL THE COUNTRIES THAT ARE WRINGING THEIR HANDS!?