18 massacres The death toll in Gaza rises to about 21 thousand, and hunger destroys civilians 18 massacres The death toll in Gaza rises to about 21 thousand, and hunger destroys civilians

18 massacres The death toll in Gaza rises to about 21 thousand, and hunger destroys civilians

18 massacres The death toll in Gaza rises to about 21 thousand, and hunger destroys civilians

For the 81st day, the Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip continues, as several cities witnessed intense air and artillery bombardment, leaving dozens of martyrs and wounded, while Palestine appealed to the United Nations to declare famine in Gaza, after more than half a million people were starving due to the Israeli siege.

The Israeli aggression against Gaza continues for the 81st day in a row, as the occupation aircraft intensified its air strikes and artillery shelling during the past hours, targeting several areas in the Gaza Strip, leaving hundreds of martyrs and wounded.

TRT arab correspondent from Rafah, Ruba Al-Ajrami, reported that Israeli occupation aircraft launched a series of raids on the central areas of the Gaza Strip, while its artillery intensively bombed the cities of Rafah and Khan Yunis in the south.

It indicated that the occupation aircraft and warships deliberately formed a belt of fire over the central Gaza Strip area, as the bombing affected several areas, the most prominent of which were the Maghazi, Bureij and Nusseirat camps.

In the south, Al-Ajrami reported that the occupation forces fired a barrage of missiles at civilian homes in Rafah, which led to the death and injury of many of them, including women and children.

In Rafah, our correspondent reported that a number of injuries arrived at the Kuwaiti Hospital as a result of the bombing of a house for the Al-Amsi family near Al-Najma Square in the center of the city, and the occupation aircraft also bombed a house in the Al-Shaboura camp.

Our correspondent reported that the bombing coincided with the continuation of fierce clashes at several points between the Palestinian resistance factions and the occupation army, especially in the Jabalia camp in the north.

Dozens of martyrs and wounded

For its part, medical sources reported to Wafa Agency on Tuesday that 10 civilians were martyred as a result of an Israeli raid that targeted a house in the south of the Gaza Strip, while occupation aircraft continued to fire intensely in the northeastern area of ​​Khan Yunis.

The occupation aircraft also launched raids on Bani Suhaila in the south of the Gaza Strip, in addition to artillery shelling targeting the eastern and northern areas of Gaza, and the Juhr al-Dik area in the south.

Wafa said that a number of displaced people were injured in an Israeli artillery shelling that targeted the headquarters of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society in the city of Khan Yunis, which houses thousands of displaced people.

It also added that the occupation warplanes also targeted the city of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.

Fierce battles

This comes as fierce battles continue between the Palestinian resistance factions and the occupation army in several areas of the Gaza Strip, as the Al-Qassam Brigades published scenes of an Israeli force luring a house in the city of Beit Hanoun, north of Gaza, as Al-Qassam fighters detonated 3 personnel bombs, a shock device, and a shock device, which led to the death of All members of the force.

Al-Qassam showed pictures showing some of the force’s possessions and weapons that it seized after the attack.

The Al-Qassam Brigades also published scenes of what it said was an operation targeting an Israeli foot force penetrating the Sheikh Zayed Mosque area in Gaza City.

For its part, the Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, said that it and the Al-Qassam Brigades were able to target 5 Israeli military vehicles in the advance axes in Jabalia al-Balad, north of the Gaza Strip.

The Al-Quds Brigades also announced the bombardment of Ashkelon and Sderot with missile attacks.


About 21 thousand martyrs

In the latest toll of human losses, the Ministry of Health in Gaza announced, on Tuesday, that the death toll from the Israeli war on the Strip had risen to 20,915 martyrs and 54,918 injured, since last October 7.

Ministry spokesman Ashraf Al-Qudra said in a statement: “The toll of the Israeli aggression has risen to 20,915 martyrs and 54,918 injuries since October 7.”

He explained that the Israeli army "committed during the past 24 hours about 18 massacres against entire families, resulting in 241 martyrs and 382 injuries."

43 soldiers were injured in Gaza within 24 hours

On the other hand, the Israeli army admitted that 43 soldiers were injured in the Gaza battles during the last 24 hours.

Earlier today, the Israeli army announced that an officer and a soldier were killed and 4 others were seriously injured during battles last night, bringing the death toll since the start of the war to 491 officers and soldiers, according to its announcements.


Attack the United Nations

In the context of the comprehensive Israeli war on Gaza, the United Nations Special Rapporteur for Palestine, Francesca Albanese, described Israeli threats to deny entry visas to United Nations employees as “an unjustified attack that reflects moral cowardice.”

She added: “No one can be free unless everyone is free,” and called for this to be achieved by declaring a ceasefire in Gaza, releasing Israeli and Palestinian prisoners, and providing full protection for civilians.

In another blog post, Albanese considered what Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli representatives are aiming for under the name “voluntary displacement” of Gaza residents to be a crime.

Demands to declare the spread of famine in Gaza

On a humanitarian basis, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Tuesday, called on the United Nations to officially declare the spread of famine in the Gaza Strip due to the Israeli war.

She indicated in a statement that "all reports issued by international and international bodies concerned with the issue of food and nutrition indicate that citizens in the Gaza Strip suffer from a general and severe food shortage."

She said that these reports "confirm the widespread spread of hunger among Palestinian families who spend entire days without obtaining any food, and that more than half a million people in the Gaza Strip are starving."

The Foreign Ministry also indicated that "1.9 million displaced people are in shelter centers and are exposed to severe hunger, and that 50,000 pregnant women are in shelter centers without water, medicine, or health care."


Communications were cut off from Gaza for the eighth time

Due to the continuation of the aggression, the Palestinian Telecommunications Company and Jawwal said on Tuesday that there was a complete interruption of communications and Internet services with the Gaza Strip, with the continued Israeli bombing.

The company said in a statement: “A complete interruption of fixed telecommunications and Internet services with the Gaza Strip, due to the continued aggression. Our technical teams are working to restore services despite the seriousness of the field conditions.”

This is the eighth time since the outbreak of war that the company's communications services have been cut off, the last of which was on December 20.


Tripling the budget deficit Israel: The Gaza war will cost an additional 14 billion dollars

The Israeli Ministry of Finance revealed that the Gaza war will cost an additional $14 billion over the next year, which will result in tripling the budget deficit, while the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Israel say that the cost of the war during the current year amounts to 10% of the gross domestic product.

The Israeli Ministry of Finance said that the war on the Gaza Strip will cost Tel Aviv an additional amount equal to 14 billion dollars during the next year, which will lead to a doubling of the budget deficit.

This came in a briefing to the Knesset presented by the ministry’s Deputy Budget Commissioner, Itay Temkin, on Monday evening, at a time when the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Israel say that the cost of the war during the current year amounts to 10% of the gross domestic product, or 50 billion dollars.

Temkin stated that the additional cost of the war over the next year will almost triple Israel's budget deficit, expecting the war to continue until next February.

He pointed out that the additional cost of 50 billion shekels ($14 billion) is divided into 30 billion shekels ($8.3 billion) for security, and 20 billion shekels ($5.6 billion) for civil and other expenses.

On December 4, the Ministry of Finance raised its estimate of the cost of the war on the Gaza Strip to 191 billion shekels ($51 billion) during the current year, with operations continuing by air, land, and sea.

The ministry's previous estimates were NIS 163 billion ($44 billion), preceded by estimates of $8 billion.

The fierce and continuous Israeli war against the Gaza Strip since last October 7, until Monday, left 20,674 martyrs and 54,536 wounded, most of them children and women, massive destruction of infrastructure and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe, according to the Gaza Strip authorities and the United Nations.
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