Occupied Jerusalem: Israeli forces continue the genocide in Gaza, resulting in the martyrdom of another 130 Palestinians.
According to international news agencies, the occupying Zionist forces have continued its relentless series of bombings in Gaza, resulting in the martyrdom of 130 Palestinians. Additionally, in a raid on a refugee camp in the West Bank, three Palestinian youths were martyred.
The Israeli forces raided the Nur Shams refugee camp near the city of Tulkarm in the West Bank and surrounded a house, opening indiscriminate gunfire. The occupying forces claimed, in a bid to cover up their terrorism, that an armed person fired at the troops, prompting retaliatory fire.
However, the Palestinian Ministry of Health stated that the two individuals shot were not inside the house. Their bodies were found outside the house. Israel targeted the house with missiles, causing extensive damage to its large portion.
Furthermore, Israel’s relentless bombings continue in Gaza and Rafah, resulting in the martyrdom of another 130 Palestinians during the past 24 hours, including 5 children, while 170 individuals have been injured, bringing the total death toll of Palestinians in Gaza to 27,947 while 67,459 have been injured since October 7.
The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres has said that the entire infrastructure of Gaza has been destroyed due to relentless Israeli attacks. He warned that Israel’s advance towards Rafah would cause further destruction and suffering as over 1.3 million Palestinians are trapped there.
On the other hand, Israel has been preventing the provision of food to Palestinians in Gaza for the past two weeks, leaving 300,000 homeless Palestinians suffering from food shortages, putting their lives in, according to UNRWA.
According to Arab media, despite the insurmountable suffering in Gaza and Hamas’ readiness for a ceasefire, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dismissed the proposal for a ceasefire on Wednesday, calling it “strange” and pledging to continue military operations until “complete victory.”
According to UNRWA, permission to transport food items to Gaza has not been granted by Israel since January 23. UNRWA head Philippe Lazzarini says that in this situation, 300,000 Palestinian citizens are currently suffering from a shortage of food, which could endanger their lives.
According to UNRWA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini, their agency has gone more than two weeks without being able to deliver food, water, and medicines in Gaza.
On the other hand, Hezbollah announced in a statement that in response to recent Israeli attacks, particularly on the Nabatieh region, and the killing of Hezbollah’s senior commander, it launched dozens of missiles on Israeli targets.
The Israeli military has acknowledged that nearly 30 missiles were fired from Lebanon towards the northern part of the country on Thursday and Friday. However, any details of casualties and financial losses were not confirmed in the attacks.
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