Dead in Gaza has exceeded 9,000

Dead in Gaza

Dead in Gaza:Indiscriminate attacks by Israeli forces have killed more than 9,000 people in Gaza. A spokesman for the Gaza Ministry of Health confirmed this information on Thursday.

The spokesperson of the Ministry of Health said that Israel’s attack on Gaza started on October 7. In the last 26 days, the number of dead in Gaza has reached 9 thousand 61. In addition, 32 thousand people were injured. Among the victims, 3 thousand 760 children and 2 thousand 326 women.

The news agency AFP reported on the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF) that the evacuation of foreign passport holders from Gaza is underway. In addition, seriously injured people are being taken across the border into Egypt. 400 foreigners have left Gaza after crossing the Rafah crossing.

Egypt says they will evacuate 7,000 foreigners. Meanwhile, more than 20,000 injured people are still trapped in Gaza. Due to the blockade, these people are not getting proper healthcare.MSF called for a ceasefire and to allow more critical aid to evacuate the injured.

Israel launched an attack on Gaza after members of the Palestinian independence organization Hamas attacked Israel on October 7. The United Nations and aid groups have warned of a dire humanitarian situation inside Gaza. The United Nations says Gaza, home to 2.4 million people, is facing acute shortages of water, fuel and medicine.

Philippe Lazzarini, the head of the UN aid agency working for Palestinian refugees, crossed the Rafah border into Gaza last Wednesday. He said, ‘He has never seen the situation there. Lazzarini said, I was shocked to see that everyone was asking for food and water.

Attack on refugee camp

At least 195 people were killed in two consecutive days of Israeli bombardment in the Jabalia refugee camp in the Palestinian Gaza Strip. 120 people are still missing.

According to the media wing of the Gaza Strip government, 777 Palestinians were injured in the attack last Tuesday and Wednesday.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres described the attack on the Jabaliya refugee camp as ‘horrific’. And the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said, these ‘indiscriminate attacks amount to war crimes’.

Heavy fighting in Gaza City
As Israeli troops, including tanks, began to advance towards Gaza City on Thursday, fierce fighting with Hamas members began. Fighting is currently spreading to the north of Gaza City, where most people live. Israeli soldiers told people to leave the area.

Israel’s military commander General Yitzhak Cohen said, ‘We are at the gates of Gaza City. From there, the members of Hamas and its allies, Islamic Jihad, are carrying out guerilla attacks.

Treatment of 1000 children
The United Arab Emirates said it would provide medical treatment for 1,000 children in Gaza. But they did not say how they would run the medical program in Gaza, which is under strict Israeli siege.

Biden’s support for humanitarian aid
US President Joe Biden said on Wednesday night that there should be a humanitarian pause for the evacuation of hostages held by Hamas from Gaza. Earlier, the United States did not advocate for a cease-fire, thinking that Hamas would benefit.

Russia demands a quick stop to the bloodshed
Russia’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Vassily Nebenzia, said at a special session of the General Assembly on Palestine, that the bloodshed in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict must be stopped immediately, so that the conflict does not spread to the entire Middle East.

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