Ministry of Health stated Gaza On the 101st day of Israel's invasion of the Gaza Strip, the Israeli occupying forces carried out 12 massacres, killing 135 martyrs and injuring 252 others.
This brings the number of martyrs in Gaza since October 7 last year to 24,100 and the number of injured to 60,834.
Occupying forces continue to bomb sites in the Gaza Strip, resulting in the deaths of dozens of Palestinians in dawn attacks today.
An Al Jazeera reporter reported that 33 Palestinians were killed and dozens injured when houses in Gaza City were bombed at dawn.
He also reported hearing huge explosions that rocked the Juhr al-Dik area south of Gaza City, and monitored huge explosions and heavy machine gun clashes at the Bureij camp in the central Gaza Strip.
Journalists confirmed that occupying forces bombed some houses in the village of Masdar in the central region. Al Jazeera images also showed occupying forces using phosphorus bombs to bomb the Magazi camp in the central Gaza Strip.
Israeli strikes also destroyed commercial and residential buildings in the Al-Balad area of the city center Khan Younis South Gaza.
Al Jazeera reporters confirmed that communications and internet services have been cut off in the besieged area for the fourth consecutive day.
On the other hand, Israeli Army spokesman Daniel Hagari said that the army will not withdraw its troops from Khan Younis or any other part of the Gaza Strip, and that its troops' operations in the area will take time and adapt to the dangers and conditions on the ground. Condition of prisoners.
Occupation forces claimed to have foiled an attempt by resistance members to transport combat equipment by truck in the city of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, announcing that they had struck two militants with a drone during the foiled attempt.
He added that he had confiscated rifles, pistols, grenades, rockets and diving equipment from the resistance's naval unit, and had destroyed two weapons warehouses and attacked Hamas military buildings in the past 24 hours.
The World Health Organization, on the other hand, warned of the consequences of targeting medical staff in Gaza, stressing its commitment to providing support and assistance to residents of the Gaza Strip.
Rana Hajjah, a member of the organization's Eastern Mediterranean regional office, said at a press conference that there are 1 million displaced women and more than 50,000 pregnant women in Gaza, and living conditions are very difficult.
It is worth noting that Israel's aggression against the Gaza Strip has reached its 101st consecutive day, causing more than 100,000 casualties and losses to Gazans, causing widespread destruction and an unprecedented humanitarian and health crisis.