Gaza: Israeli attacks on Gaza continue for the 24th consecutive day, and the number of Palestinian martyrs has crossed 9,000. The intensity of Israeli military aggression against innocent Palestinians in Gaza has escalated.
Hamas claims that after Israel intensified its ground operations, fierce fighting is ongoing in Gaza.
In the recent offensives by the Israeli forces, hundreds of Palestinians have been martyred. The total number of Palestinian martyrs now exceeds 9,000.
Due to Israeli airstrikes in central Gaza, the Bilal ibn Rabah Mosque in Dir Al-Balah was reduced to rubble. Reports of Israeli bombings around Al-Quds Hospital in Gaza have caused panic among hospital staff, patients, and their families. Israel has claimed to target 600 sites belonging to Hamas in Gaza.
Hamas has declared that they are engaged in heavy combat with Israeli troops inside Northern Gaza. Meanwhile, civilians have been warned to evacuate to southern areas once again.
Yesterday, the Israeli military released footage showing a large number of tanks, infantry, and artillery working on Palestinian land.
Calls for a ceasefire based on humanitarian grounds, global sorrow and anger, and the possibility of atrocities on Gazans have not deterred Israel from escalating the conflict. Relentless attacks are occurring on the civilian population, including residential buildings, schools, hospitals, and mosques, leading to widespread destruction.
As a result of Israeli bombings in central Gaza, the makeshift shelters for homeless people have been obliterated. Israel has also heavily bombed routes leading to Al-Quds Hospital.
The head of the surgical department at Al-Shifa Hospital has described the situation as catastrophic, mentioning that approximately 55,000 homeless individuals have taken refuge in every square meter of the hospital.
Israeli military spokesperson Daniel Hageri has claimed that they have targeted 600 locations of Hamas in Gaza. He also stated that the ground operation in Gaza is being expanded, and Hamas fighters hidden in buildings have been eliminated during the operations.