Israel’s heavy attack on southern Gaza continues. At least 12 people were killed in an Israeli missile attack on a UN training center in Gaza. 75 people were injured in this attack on Wednesday. However, Tel Aviv denied the attack.
About 40,000 Palestinians took refuge in Khan Yunis’ largest training center to save their lives since October 7. The UN’s Palestinian refugee agency condemned the attack, saying it violated the fundamental laws of war.
United Nations humanitarian coordinator James McGoldrick said, ‘The attack on the training center caused several casualties. Some buildings were burnt. Many tried to flee from the spot. But they did not dare to escape because of the Israeli army all around them. The situation there is really sad.’
Meanwhile, Israel has rejected the issue of a permanent ceasefire in Gaza. “There will be no ceasefire in Gaza,” Israeli government spokeswoman Ilana Stein said. A pause was made there for humanitarian reasons. But Hamas violated that agreement. Our fight will continue until Hamas is eliminated and the hostages released.’
Egypt accuses Israel of blocking aid from entering Gaza through the Rafah border. Through this, Tel Aviv is using the aid as a tool against the Palestinian people, said the President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Türkiye and Iran held a meeting on the conflict in Gaza. The two countries called for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and an immediate ceasefire. At the same time, Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi once again blamed America for killing civilians in Gaza.
Meanwhile, family members of the hostages again protested in Tel Aviv demanding their immediate release. Meanwhile, the protesters blocked the main road of the capital. They complain that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s administration is not taking effective steps to bring the hostages back safely.