96 martyrs in 11 massacres in Gaza, and the Security Council discusses the food crisis amid increasing famine 96 martyrs in 11 massacres in Gaza, and the Security Council discusses the food crisis amid increasing famine

96 martyrs in 11 massacres in Gaza, and the Security Council discusses the food crisis amid increasing famine

96 martyrs in 11 massacres in Gaza, and the Security Council discusses the food crisis amid increasing famine

On Tuesday, the occupation army launched a new series of raids on various areas in the Gaza Strip, leaving more martyrs and injured, while the UN Security Council discusses the food insecurity crisis in the Strip due to the war.

For the 144th day in a row, the Israeli occupation army continues to commit new massacres against civilians in the Gaza Strip, leaving more martyrs and wounded, most of them children and women, and massive destruction of infrastructure.

The death toll from the ongoing Israeli war on the Gaza Strip has risen to “29,878 martyrs and 70,215 injured since the seventh of last October,” according to a statement by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday.

The ministry noted that "the Israeli occupation forces committed 11 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, leaving 96 martyrs and 172 injured during the past 24 hours."

She explained that a number of victims “are still under the rubble and on the roads,” noting that “the Israeli occupation forces are preventing ambulance and civil defense crews from reaching these victims.”

Israeli aircraft, artillery, and gunboats launched a series of raids on various areas in Gaza, focusing on the center and south of the Strip.


Israeli gunboats targeted the coastal areas of the southern Gaza Strip with artillery shelling, and the number of martyrs rose to 9 as a result of an Israeli raid that targeted a house near the Kuwaiti Hospital in the center of Rafah.

In the center of the Gaza Strip, occupation artillery bombed Tal al-Hawa and Deir al-Balah, and medical sources reported that a number of citizens were injured as an Israeli target of a house in the city.

Local sources reported that civil defense crews recovered the bodies of 5 martyrs from under the rubble of a house in Al-Qarara after it was bombed by the occupation army. They were transferred to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir Al-Balah.

The neighborhoods of Al-Daraj, Al-Zaytoun and Al-Sabra in Gaza City also witnessed a series of Israeli raids that led to the death and injury of many citizens, including children and women, according to the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa).

The agency reported that four citizens were martyred and dozens were injured by Israeli occupation bullets and tank shells west of Gaza City. A number of citizens were also martyred and others were injured by Israeli bombing from a drone in the middle of the new camp, west of Nuseirat.

Food insecurity

On Tuesday, the UN Security Council will discuss the food insecurity crisis in the Gaza Strip, based on a request made by the delegates of Switzerland and Guyana.

According to what was stated in the memorandum of the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs that was received by the Security Council on February 22 of this month, the Gaza Strip is living in extremely difficult humanitarian conditions, amounting to famine.

United Nations reports indicate that catastrophic levels of acute food insecurity are increasing throughout the Gaza Strip, with an increasing number of reports of families struggling to feed their children, as well as the risk of deaths from hunger in the northern Strip.


According to World Food Program teams, citizens are suffering from “unprecedented levels of despair,” while the United Nations has warned that 2.2 million people are on the brink of famine.

On November 17, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) announced that the population in the northern Gaza Strip is “on the brink of famine and has no place to go” in light of the ongoing war.

Risk of famine

In the same context, Secretary-General of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Jagan Chapagin, confirmed that the threat of hunger in Gaza is increasing every day, in light of severe food insecurity.

Chapagin pointed out in a post on his account on the

He pointed out that more than a million children and elderly people in shelter centers suffer from the danger of dehydration, digestive and respiratory diseases, skin diseases and anemia, according to reports by the Palestinian Red Crescent.

He added: “This is the harsh reality that people in Gaza face every day,” adding: “I reiterate my call for safe and unimpeded humanitarian access to facilitate the delivery of vital, life-saving humanitarian aid.”

“Gaza Health”: Nasser Complex has become a health hazard and 120 patients must be evacuated

The Ministry of Health in Gaza said that the Israeli occupation turned the Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, into a “health hazard” during its siege and storming, stressing the need to evacuate about 120 patients from the hospital to receive health care elsewhere.

On Tuesday, the Ministry of Health in Gaza called for the necessity of evacuating about 120 patients from the Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, to other hospitals, after the Israeli occupation army withdrew from it, leaving it in need of a series of urgent repairs to enable it to provide its services.

In a statement, the Ministry stressed the need to evacuate more than 120 patients from Nasser Medical Complex to other hospitals to receive health care, noting that the Israeli occupation turned the complex into a “health hazard during its siege and storming.”

She pointed out that the medical staff at Nasser Complex are unable to provide health care to patients.

She also stressed that the complex needs a series of urgent reforms in order to provide health services to about 1,800,000 citizens.

She stated that the cessation of the (electrical) generator, the cessation of oxygen, the disruption of the sewage network, the water outage, the accumulation of waste, and the lack of medical capabilities impede work at the Nasser Medical Complex.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza called on international institutions to take urgent action to provide the emergency needs of the Nasser Medical Complex, and to put pressure on the occupation to release all health personnel.

The day before yesterday, Sunday, the Israeli army announced the end of its military operation that it launched on February 15 in the hospital crowded with the wounded, sick and thousands of displaced people, claiming that there was Hamas activity inside it, which the movement denied.

On Thursday, the Ministry of Health in Gaza announced that the occupation army had re-stormed the Nasser Medical Complex after withdrawing from it, positioning itself in its vicinity, and besieging it, along with Al-Amal Hospital in the same city, earlier the same day.

For weeks, the Israeli occupation army has been escalating its military campaign against the health system in Khan Yunis, and in recent days it has forced thousands of displaced Palestinians to leave Al-Amal Hospital and Nasser Medical Complex in the city.

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