Gaza : The death toll of journalists has risen to 92 since October 7 Gaza : The death toll of journalists has risen to 92 since October 7

Gaza : The death toll of journalists has risen to 92 since October 7

Gaza : The death toll of journalists has risen to 92 since October 7

The death toll of journalists has risen to 92 since the start of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip on October 7, according to the government media office in Gaza, which confirmed that the occupation is trying, by assassinating journalists, to obscure the Palestinian narrative and attempt to obscure the truth.

The government media office in Gaza announced on Sunday that the number of journalists killed by the Israeli army during its war on the Strip had risen to 92 since last October 7.

The media office said, in a statement, “Journalists Rami Badir and Assem Kamal Moussa were martyred during the past two days in Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip,” without details regarding the circumstances of their deaths.

He added, “This brings the number of journalists martyred at the hands of the Israeli army during its war on the Gaza Strip to 92 journalists.”

He continued, “By assassinating journalists, the occupation is trying to obscure the Palestinian narrative and try to obscure the truth, but it has failed miserably in breaking the will of our great Palestinian people.”

On December 12, the Information Office announced that the number of journalists killed had risen to 86, accusing the Israeli army of “deliberately” Assassinate them in an attempt to obscure the truth.


Al-Quds Brigades announces targeting Israeli vehicles and achieving “confirmed casualties” In Gaza

The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement, targeted Israeli forces and vehicles in several areas in the south and north of the Gaza Strip, with “confirmed casualties.”

The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement, announced on Sunday that it had targeted Israeli forces and vehicles in several areas in the south and north of the Gaza Strip, with “confirmed casualties.”

The Al-Quds Brigades said, in a series of statements on its Telegram platform: “We engaged in fierce clashes with anti-tank missiles, machine guns and mortar shells with the enemy forces penetrating the eastern and northern axes of Khan Yunis (south of the Gaza Strip), and we achieved confirmed casualties among the ranks of enemy soldiers and vehicles.”

She added: “We bombed the military concentrations in the Beit Lahia axis (north of the Gaza Strip) with a barrage of 60-caliber regular mortar shells.”

They also targeted “a gathering of enemy soldiers east of the Zaytoun neighborhood (in Gaza City, north of the Strip) with heavy-caliber mortar shells,” and “direct hits were achieved,” according to the statement.

It also reported that “4 Zionist military vehicles were targeted with Tandom shells and guerrilla bombs in the areas of Jabalia, Tal al-Zaatar (north) and Al-Tawam (northwest).”

Until 10:30 “GMT” There was no comment from the Israeli army on what the Al-Quds Brigades announced.

On October 27, the Israeli army began a ground incursion into the Gaza Strip, supported by air, sea, and artillery bombardment. The battles witnessed a transformation as its soldiers entered the field, as they suffered losses in lives and equipment, amid a discrepancy in numbers between what it announced and what the Palestinian factions reported.

Since last October 7, the Israeli army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza that, as of December 15, has left 18,800 martyrs and 51,000 wounded, most of them children and women, massive destruction of infrastructure and an “unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe,” according to the report. Palestinian and international sources.

In response to “daily Israeli attacks against the Palestinian people and their sanctities,” on October 7, the Hamas movement launched the “Al-Aqsa Flood” attack. Against Israeli settlements and military bases around Gaza.
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