The Islamic resistance movement Hamas has called on journalists and media organizations to increase their presence in the Gaza Strip to examine the extent of damage caused by the Israeli war since October 7 last year.
The movement issued a statement on the Telegram platform on Tuesday night, calling on journalists and international news agencies to “increase their presence in the Gaza Strip to understand the extent of destruction and signs of genocide carried out by the occupying forces against defenseless children.” civilians and all infrastructure. “
The statement pointed out that the discovery of dozens of bodies of Palestinian civilians under the rubble in the Sabra area and other areas of Gaza City, as well as the extent of damage suffered by the Islamic University, one of the most important scientific research institutions, confirms the genocidal war against the people of Gaza. The horrors endured, the purpose of this war was to force them to emigrate through forced killings and deliberate destruction of all amenities and infrastructure.
In a related context, the movement calls for intensified mass activities on the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People to oppose aggression and support their rights to freedom and independence.
The movement once again calls for the continuation of events and marches in all cities and capitals in the coming days to denounce the crimes of the occupation, urge its criminalization and end to these acts, and shape international opinion in support of Palestinian rights. Freedom, independence and self-determination of peoples.
On October 7, the Palestinian resistance movement launched an attack on settlements around Gaza, killing more than 1,200 Israelis, injuring more than 5,000, and capturing about 239 people.
According to official Palestinian and UN sources, Israel has launched a devastating war against the Gaza Strip that, in addition to causing an unprecedented humanitarian disaster, has resulted in massive infrastructure damage and tens of thousands of martyrs, most of them children and women.