Israel’s three-pronged attack by land, air and sea continues across Gaza. Heavy attacks were carried out on Tuesday in the northern towns of Beit Hanoun, Jabalia and Beit Lahia. The Gaza Ministry of Health said that 100 Palestinians were killed in these attacks. At least 46 people were killed in the Jabalia refugee camp.
The Valley Health Ministry gave this information on Wednesday. Hundreds of Palestinians were injured in this attack.
In addition, the Israeli army has claimed to take control of the Jabalia refugee camp. They also claim that the Hamas fighters in the region have been eliminated.
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden said Israel was responsible for distinguishing between Hamas fighters and Palestinian civilians when carrying out attacks in Gaza. At this time, he called to reduce the damage to civilians.
Meanwhile, Israeli President Isaac Herzog said Tel Aviv is ready for a second humanitarian pause in exchange for the hostages’ release. Ismail Haniyeh, the senior leader of Hamas, is going to Egypt today on the ceasefire issue.
The UN Security Council has pushed back two days on a proposal for a cease-fire in Gaza. Changes are underway in some parts of the proposal amid fears the US could veto it. Human rights organizations have expressed their anger over the delay in organizing the polls.
In addition, UNICEF has warned that the number of child deaths in Gaza may increase due to lack of clean water. The organization also said that the water that Gazans are using is too salty and polluted.
Palestinian Islamic Jihad released video of two elderly hostages. They requested the Israeli government to demand a quick release. They also said that they were in fear of losing their lives due to the continued shelling by Israel.
It should be noted that in the Hamas-Israel war that started on October 7, nearly 20,000 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza so far. 52 thousand 586 people have been wounded in Gaza in this war which lasted for more than two months. Thousands more were buried under the rubble of collapsed buildings.