On the sixth day of the war, more towers and houses were destroyed, and the number of martyrs exceeded 1,417 On the sixth day of the war, more towers and houses were destroyed, and the number of martyrs exceeded 1,417

On the sixth day of the war, more towers and houses were destroyed, and the number of martyrs exceeded 1,417

On the sixth day of the war, more towers and houses were destroyed, and the number of martyrs exceeded 1,417

For the sixth day in a row, the Israeli occupation forces continue to commit massacres in the Gaza Strip.

Several neighborhoods in the Gaza Strip were subjected to major destruction after being bombed randomly, which led to the death of dozens of citizens, the majority of whom were children and women who were safe in their homes.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced that the number of martyrs had risen to 1,417 martyrs and 6,268 infections since Saturday dawn.

According to the Ministry, 447 martyrs were children, 248 martyrs were women, and 10 martyrs were medical personnel.

For hours, the occupation warplanes have continued to bomb the northwestern area of ​​Gaza City with tens of tons of explosives. There is massive destruction in the place, and 151 citizens have been martyred since dawn on Thursday.

The occupation warplanes destroyed at least 4 towers in the Intelligence Towers area, northwest of Gaza City, and leveled them to the ground.

The occupation forces continued to target many citizens' homes during the hours of the night and this morning, which led to the death of a large number of citizens, the majority of whom were children and women, after deliberately targeting them while they were inside their homes.

Meanwhile, the resistance in Gaza fired rocket salvoes towards Tel Aviv, Ashkelon, Beersheba, and Haifa.

The border areas along the northern Gaza Strip, especially northwest of the town of Beit Lahia, were subjected to violent bombardment, and flames and smoke rose in the sky of the region.




War crimes in Gaza bombing kills and injures thousands of civilians and forces 338,000 to flee

The death toll of Palestinian martyrs rose to 1,203, while the number of casualties reached about 5,763 with varying injuries, as a result of the continuous Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip since Saturday, while the number of displaced people rose to more than 338,000 Palestinians.

On the sixth day of the Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip, the death toll of Palestinian martyrs rose to 1,203, while the number of casualties reached about 5,763 with varying injuries, according to a spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza in a statement read to reporters on Thursday.

At dawn on Thursday, the Jabalia refugee camp and the beach, west of the Gaza Strip, witnessed an intensification of bombing operations by Israeli aircraft, resulting in the death of dozens of Palestinians and the wounding of others.

15 citizens were martyred and dozens were injured in the Israeli bombing that targeted a house in the northern Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian News and Information Agency (Wafa) reported that the occupation warplanes bombed a house for the Al-Mutawaq family on Al-Nuzha Street in the Jabalia Al-Balad area, north of the Gaza Strip, “which led to the death of 15 citizens and the wounding of dozens of people with various injuries, in addition to causing severe material damage to the surrounding homes.”


Increase in the number of displaced people
In a related context, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) revealed on Thursday that the number of people displaced from their homes in Gaza has risen to more than 338,000 Palestinians, as a result of the continuous Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip since Saturday.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) previously announced on Wednesday evening that more than 220,000 people in Gaza had taken refuge in 88 of its schools.

The UN official coordinating humanitarian affairs in Gaza, Hamada al-Biyari, called for a “humanitarian truce that might enable relief workers to assess the situation,” describing the situation in the Strip as “extremely dangerous.”

Al-Biyari explained in statements published on the official website of the United Nations on Wednesday evening, “The only power station was forced to stop its operations due to a lack of fuel. This will affect the population’s access to services such as health and water.”

He added: "There is a shortage of resources, a complete closure of the crossings between the Gaza Strip and the outside world, and a severing of supply chains in the Strip."

The United Nations revealed that the Israeli bombing has so far caused damage to 7 water and sanitation facilities in Gaza.

She indicated in a post on the
The Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, announced in a post on the X platform the allocation of $9 million to fund immediate humanitarian efforts in Palestine.

Total occupancy in hospitals
In the same context, the Ministry of Health in Gaza announced on Wednesday evening that hospitals in the Gaza Strip are now at full capacity.

Dr. Ashraf Al-Qudra, spokesman for the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip, said in a press statement published on the ministry’s Facebook page: “Hospitals are in a state of full capacity, and the wounded and sick are lying on the ground as a result of the intensification of the Israeli aggression.”

He added, "The continued cutting off of electricity, water and fuel by the Israeli occupation poses a threat to the lives of the wounded and sick and causes a dire health and environmental catastrophe."

Al-Qudra warned that health services had entered a critical stage, saying that "medicines, medical consumables, and fuel are about to run out."

He continued: "The health situation cannot tolerate silence, and urgent action must be taken to provide safe passage for medical supplies and leave the wounded and sick before it is too late."

At dawn on Saturday, Hamas and other Palestinian factions in Gaza launched Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood,” in response to “the continuing attacks by Israeli forces and settlers against the Palestinian people, their property, and their sanctities, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem.”

On the other hand, the Israeli army launched Operation “Iron Swords” and continues to launch intensive raids for the sixth day in a row on many areas in the Gaza Strip, which is inhabited by more than two million Palestinians who suffer deteriorating living conditions as a result of an ongoing Israeli siege since 2006.



Amid increasing deaths, Israel forms an emergency government and Al-Qassam bombs Haifa and Tel Aviv

Israel announced the formation of an "emergency government" to manage the war with Hamas and the Palestinian factions, amid the occupation's death toll rising to 1,300, including 220 officers and soldiers, while the Al-Qassam Brigades bombed Haifa, Tel Aviv, and Ben Gurion Airport with missiles.

The number of Israeli deaths as a result of the “Al-Aqsa Flood” operation launched by Hamas and Palestinian factions last Saturday has risen to at least 1,300 dead and about 3,300 wounded, according to the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation reported on Thursday.

The Israeli occupation army published the names of 31 additional soldiers killed since the beginning of the confrontations with the Palestinian resistance on Saturday, bringing the announced number of army deaths to 220 officers and soldiers.

Army spokesman Daniel Hagari told reporters: “The number of male and female soldiers killed since the beginning of the war (with the Palestinian factions in Gaza) is 220 male and female soldiers.

Meanwhile, the Al-Qassam Brigades announced on Wednesday the launching of rocket salvoes towards the bombing of Tel Aviv, Ashkelon and Beersheba, and the bombing of Haifa in northern Israel with an R-160 missile, as well as the bombing of Ben Gurion Airport with missiles in response to the targeting of civilians.

Israeli war government
At the same time, Israeli political leaders announced on Wednesday the formation of a national emergency government to “manage the war,” and pledged to put aside bitter political divisions to focus on the fight against Hamas.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, "The people of Israel and its leadership are united. We have put aside all differences because the fate of our country is at stake."

Former Defense Minister Benny Gantz, the leader of a centrist opposition party, spoke live on Israeli television with Netanyahu and Defense Minister Yoav Galant at his side after forming a war cabinet focused entirely on the conflict.

He said: "Our partnership is not political, it is a shared destiny. At this time, we are all soldiers of Israel."

In the first official Israeli statement regarding the estimated number of dozens of prisoners in Gaza, Gantz pledged to do everything necessary to return Israeli prisoners held by Hamas.

He added: "I appeal to all citizens at home who are feeling anxious. I understand the fear and pain and I have no words to console them."

He added: "Our army is the strongest... and this strength is felt in Gaza, and if necessary in Lebanon they will feel it and the whole world will see it, and our enemy's share will be blood, fire and smoke."

On Tuesday, the families of the Israeli prisoners threatened in a meeting with the country’s president, Isaac Herzog, that they would “quake the country if necessary,” and protested against “the failure of any Israeli official to speak to them for 4 days,” according to the official Israeli Broadcasting Corporation.

The Hamas movement and gunmen from other Palestinian factions took dozens of Israelis, including soldiers, during a large-scale infiltration operation into the settlements surrounding Gaza, and it is not known exactly how many Israeli prisoners are in Gaza currently.

At dawn on Saturday, Hamas and other Palestinian factions in Gaza launched Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood,” in response to “the continuing attacks by Israeli forces and settlers against the Palestinian people, their property, and their sanctities, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem.”

On the other hand, the Israeli army launched Operation “Iron Swords” and continues to launch intensive raids for the sixth day in a row on many areas in the Gaza Strip, which is inhabited by more than two million Palestinians who suffer deteriorating living conditions as a result of an ongoing Israeli siege since 2006.
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