Israeli warplanes bombed the towns of Aabsan, Bani Suhaila, and al-Qarara in the district of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
Up north, Israeli artillery units shelled neighborhoods in al-Shujaiya, al-Zeitoun, and al-Daraj in Gaza City. Local reports indicate that a large number of people were martyred in an airstrike that targeted residential buildings in Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip.
Concurrently, the Resistance renewed fierce confrontations to the west of Gaza City, where Resistance fighters continued to push back against invading Israeli occupation soldiers in al-Sheikh Radwan and al-Nasr neighborhoods.
The Israeli naval vessels fired tens of shells at the coastline of the central Gaza Strip, located between Gaza City and Khan Younis.
Our correspondent also reported on intense bombardment in several areas in Jabalia, Beit Lahia, Tal al-Zaatar, and Beit Hanoun all located in the northernmost areas of the Gaza Strip.
In Faluja, Jabalia, our correspondent said Israeli bombs targeted a school currently utilized as a shelter for forcibly displaced people, which led to the martyrdom of several people. Meanwhile, an Israeli strike targeted a residential bloc in the Jabalia refugee camp.
On Tuesday, the government’s Media Office announced that the number of martyrs has risen to 16,248 people while 43,616 people have been injured, since October 7. The office revealed that 7,112 children and 4,885 women were killed as a result of the Israeli aggression, while the number of people reported missing has reached 7,600.
IOF: Nine Israeli soldiers killed in Gaza in 24 hours
Israeli media reported that the number of Israeli soldiers killed, and whose names were allowed to be published since October 7, reached 410, including 82 since the start of the ground invasion of the Gaza Strip.
The army also allowed publishing the name of Lieutenant Colonel Yochai Gur Hershberg; a commander of the Missing Persons Locating Unit in the Fire Brigade Division 98, allegedly killed in a “military traffic accident.”
The occupation army allowed publishing the name of Sergeant First Class (res.) Yehonatan Malka of the 82nd Armored Battalion who was killed during battles in the Gaza Strip.
Yesterday evening, Tuesday, the Israeli army announced that seven soldiers were killed in the ongoing battles in the Gaza Strip, including five officers, which is the highest toll announced by the occupation army in one day since the start of the ground invasion.
As such, the number of Israeli soldiers killed in the Gaza Strip in the last 24 hours has risen to nine.
Allowing 300 people with dual nationality to leave Gaza
In another context, the General Administration of Crossings and Borders in the Gaza Strip announced today, Wednesday, that about 300 people, including Palestinians, foreigners, and holders of dual nationality, are on the list of those allowed to depart from the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing into Egypt.
Among the 296 people allowed to leave the Gaza Strip for Egypt today are employees of international organizations and citizens of Russia, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Britain, Argentina, Portugal, the Netherlands, Turkey, and Lebanon.