Day 175: 32,623 Killed, 75,092 Injured in Gaza

Israeli occupation massacres against civilians in the Gaza Strip are ongoing for the 175th day, with no signs of relenting.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza announced that the Israeli occupation committed 7 massacres in the Strip in 24 hours only, killing 71 and injuring 112. This brings the total number of Palestinians killed since the Israeli aggression on Gaza started on October 7 to 32,623, in addition to 75,092 injuries.

It is noteworthy that numerous victims remain trapped under the rubble, presumed dead, as “Israel” prevents ambulance and civil defense crews from reaching them.

Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces pursue their genocidal war on the Gaza Strip, for the 175th day in a row, via airstrikes, artillery shelling, and fire belts, while committing bloody massacres against civilians.

Our correspondent reported that the bodies of eight Palestinians and the remains of unidentified martyrs, in addition to a number of injuries, arrived at the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital after the occupation bombed a house belonging to the Musa family in the Maghazi camp in the central Gaza Strip.

On his part, journalist Alam Al-Din Sabah told our reporters that the Civil Defense staff reported sighting hundreds of martyrs’ bodies in the vicinity of the Al-Shifa Medical Complex.

Our correspondent also revealed that the Israeli occupation committed field executions within and outside Al-Shifa Medical Complex.

Concurrently, several were martyred and others were injured, including children, as a result of an Israeli raid on the al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza.

Northern Gaza came under heavy attack, with huge explosions reported as a result of artillery shelling and Israeli warplane strikes, coinciding with violent artillery shelling on the al-Rimal neighborhood, west of Gaza.

In the city of Khan Younis, Israeli artillery shelling targeted the vicinity of the town of al-Qarara, north of the city, coinciding with Israeli raids targeting various surrounding areas.


In Rafah, civil defense crews were able to recover the bodies of several martyrs, including children, transport a number of injured people, and rescue a woman alive from the house of Abu Mu’anar family in al-Nasr neighborhood, northeast of Rafah, after it was struck by Israeli occupation warplanes last night.

United Nations: Over a million people in Gaza facing famine

The United Nations Office for Humanitarian Affairs warned, on Thursday, that “time is running out, and obstacles to accessing aid persist in the Gaza Strip.”

On his part, Ismail al-Thawabteh, the Director General of the Government Media Office in Gaza, has lately cautioned that the nightmare of famine in the northern Gaza Strip will continue if aid is not delivered on a sustainable basis.

The statement emphasized that “over 1.1 million people in Gaza are facing severe levels of food insecurity,” asserting that “there is no alternative to delivering aid by land to save lives, particularly in northern Gaza.”

Al-Thawabteh explained that the Gaza Strip needs aid to be delivered by land, air, and sea, adding that what is being delivered does not amount to 5% of the needs.

He also expressed deep sorrow for the deaths of martyrs as a result of the mistaken airdrop of aid, calling on the countries of the world to deliver it through the proper and correct channels.

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