Fri 26 Apr 2024 8:22 am - Jerusalem Time

Updated|| The death toll of Gaza war rose to 34,356 people

At dawn and Friday morning, the Israeli occupation forces continued their violent bombardment on various parts of the Gaza Strip, as the aggression entered its 203rd day.

  1. Here are the latest developments: The Israeli occupation committed 5 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 51 deaths and 75 injuries to hospitals during the past 24 hours.

  2. ▪ A number of victims are still under rubble and on the roads, and ambulance and civil defense crews cannot reach them.

    The toll of the Israeli aggression has risen to 34,356 dead and 77,368 injuries since the seventh of last October.

A fisherman was killed and another was injured by Israeli occupation bullets while working off the coast of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

Deaths and wounded in Israeli raids targeting the Al-Rimal neighborhood in the center of Gaza City and the Al-Zahraa area in the central Gaza Strip.

The Israeli occupation warplanes launched violent raids in the north of the Nuseirat and Al-Maghazi camps and the town of Al-Zawaida in the middle of the Gaza Strip, and the occupation forces blew up residential buildings in the town of Al-Mughraqa, in conjunction with the occupation artillery shelling of the areas north of the Nuseirat camp, the town of Beit Lahia and the eastern regions in the north of the Gaza Strip, in addition to the occupation vehicles firing bullets from weapons. Machine gunners along the border fence north of the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli occupation aircraft also launched violent raids on Al-Safa Mosque in the Al-Tuffah neighborhood in Gaza City, and on the Al-Zaytoun and Al-Shuja’iya neighborhoods east of the city, in conjunction with Israeli occupation artillery shelling.

In a related context, ambulance and rescue crews continue to recover the bodies of martyrs from mass graves discovered in the Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip. At least 392 bodies were recovered from three mass graves discovered in the Nasser Medical Complex, after the Israeli occupation forces withdrew from the city of Khan Yunis.

Among the bodies were 165 unidentified and could not be identified due to the Israeli occupation changing the appearance of special signs to identify and mutilate the bodies.

On the other hand, the suffering of citizens in the displacement camps in the south of the Gaza Strip is worsening with the intensification of heat waves, amid warnings of the spread of epidemics and diseases, especially among children and women. The temperature in the Strip during the day yesterday, Thursday, reached about 37 degrees Celsius.

The Israeli aggression and genocidal war led to the forced displacement of citizens from the north and center of the Gaza Strip to the south, especially to Rafah Governorate, which is now crowded with displaced people and internally displaced people.

The Central Bureau of Statistics announced that the number of citizens residing in Rafah Governorate as of April 22 is estimated at approximately 1.1 million individuals, living in an area of 63.1 km2, as the population density in Rafah on the eve of the aggression reached 4,360 individuals per km2, now reaching about 50,017 individuals per square kilometer, which constitutes a humanitarian and environmental catastrophe, and enormous pressure on scarce services and the ability to obtain the simplest means of life in light of the aggression.

These displaced people suffer from difficult living and health conditions as a result of the aggression, as the displacement camps lack the most basic necessities of life.

In an infinite toll, the number of dead rose to 34,305, the majority of whom were children and women, and injuries to 77,293 since the start of the aggression on the seventh of last October.


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Updated|| The death toll of Gaza war rose to 34,356 people