While the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip continued uninterrupted for 48 days, the loss of life increased day by day. The government statement in the Gaza Strip stated that the number of people who lost their lives as a result of the continuous Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7 of this year rose to 14,854 people, including more than 6,150 children.
The statement stated that the number of people injured in the attacks exceeded 36,000, and that approximately 7,000 Palestinians are missing under the rubble or because their fate is unknown. The statement stated that 207 medical personnel, at least 26 civil defense personnel, and at least 65 journalists were killed in the attacks.
The statement called for the Rafah border crossing to be opened “24 hours a day” before the four-day humanitarian break in the Gaza Strip, which is expected to begin tomorrow, and called for the distribution of much-needed medical supplies and aid to “all hospitals” in the Gaza Strip.
Israel intensified its attacks ahead of the humanitarian gap
Israeli forces have reportedly intensified their attacks ahead of the four-day human search operation, which is expected to begin tomorrow. It was reported that Israel bombed the Sheikh Nasser neighborhood in the city of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, killing at least 5 people and wounding dozens. It was reported that at least 10 people were martyred in the attack on a house in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood in the northern Gaza Strip.
Israel also carried out attacks on Beit Lahia, Beit Hanoun, Bani Suhaila, east of Khan Yunis, the Al-Zaytoun area, the Al-Daraj area, and the Al-Tuffah area.
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