Palestinian Ministry of Education: 3,714 students were killed by occupation bullets in Gaza and the West Bank Palestinian Ministry of Education: 3,714 students were killed by occupation bullets in Gaza and the West Bank

Palestinian Ministry of Education: 3,714 students were killed by occupation bullets in Gaza and the West Bank

Palestinian Ministry of Education: 3,714 students were killed by occupation bullets in Gaza and the West Bank

The Palestinian Ministry of Education confirmed that 3,714 students were killed and 5,700 others were injured during the Israeli aggression on Gaza and the West Bank since October 7.

The Palestinian Ministry of Education announced on Thursday that 3,714 Palestinian students were martyred and 5,700 were injured in the Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank since “the beginning of the aggression.” On the 7th of last October.

On that day, the Israeli occupation army began a devastating, ongoing war on Gaza, and intensified raids, arrests, and killings in towns and cities in the West Bank.

The Ministry said, in a statement, “The number of students who were martyred in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the aggression reached 3,679 martyrs and 5,429 wounded, while in the West Bank, 35 students were martyred and 271 others were injured, in addition to 82 being arrested.”

It also reported that “209 teachers and administrators were martyred and 619 were injured in the Gaza Strip, and in the West Bank two were injured and more than 65 were arrested.”

The ministry said that “278 government schools and 65 affiliated with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) were bombed and vandalized in the Gaza Strip, which led to 83 of them being severely damaged, and 7 completely destroyed, and 38 schools in the West Bank were stormed and vandalized.”

Since last October 7, the Israeli occupation army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza that, as of Wednesday, has left 18,608 martyrs and 50,594 injured, most of them children and women, massive destruction of infrastructure and an “unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe,” according to Palestinian and international sources.



Within a week : Turkish Defense: neutralized 43 terrorists inside and outside the country

Media Advisor to the Turkish Ministry of Defense, Zeki Akturk, said that the Ministry neutralized 43 terrorists during the past week through operations targeting terrorist organizations inside and outside the country.

The Turkish Ministry of Defense announced the neutralization of 43 terrorists last week during security operations against terrorist organizations inside and outside the country, including northern Iraq and Syria.

This came in a press conference held by the Media and Public Relations Advisor of the Turkish Ministry of Defense, Zeki Akturk, on Thursday, in the capital, Ankara.

Akturk said that 43 terrorists were neutralized last week in operations inside and outside the country, including northern Iraq and Syria, against all terrorist organizations, especially the PKK/PYD/YPG, ISIS, and Gulen.

He added that the Turkish army destroyed 13 targets, including caves, bunkers and warehouses, with air strikes on December 11 on the strongholds of the PKK terrorist organization in the areas of Hakurk, Qandil and Matina in northern Iraq.

He explained that the aforementioned raids resulted in the neutralization of a number of terrorists, including leaders of the organization.

He pointed out that the Turkish forces are confronting attempts by the PKK/YPG organization to launch attacks on areas liberated from terrorism in northern Syria to destabilize its security and stability.

He stated that 19 terrorists were neutralized last week while Turkish forces responded to seven attacks on areas liberated from terrorism in northern Syria, and added: “Our forces are taking all necessary measures to maintain security and stability in the region.”

In response to a question about the United States conducting joint exercises with the PKK/YPG terrorist organization in Syria, Akturk said that they are closely following Washington's activities with the terrorist organization in Syria.

He continued: “We expect the United States to end all support and assistance it provides to the terrorist organization, and to provide sincere support for our war against terrorism.”
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