Another 77 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in Gaza

Last Updated on June 8, 2024 9:10 am

Another 77 Palestinians were killed in the barbaric Israeli attack in the besieged Gaza Strip. Another 221 Palestinians were injured.

This was stated in a statement by the Ministry of Health of Gaza on Friday. News from Anadolu.

According to the statement, in the last 24 hours, 77 people were killed and 221 others were injured in the Israeli attack. Many people are still trapped under the rubble and on the streets as rescuers are unable to reach them.

Despite a UN Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, Israel has continued its brutal attacks on the besieged territory.

In addition, more than 83,000 Palestinians have been injured in this attack since last October.

According to the report, the number of Palestinians killed in Israel’s ongoing attack on the Gaza Strip since October last year has reached at least 36,731, the health ministry of the besieged territory said on Friday.

The ministry said in a statement that another 83,530 people were injured in the attack.

It should be noted that since the unprecedented cross-border attack by Hamas on October 7, Israel has continued to carry out continuous air and ground attacks on the Gaza Strip. Thousands of buildings including hospitals, schools, refugee camps, mosques, churches have been damaged or destroyed in this Israeli attack.

In addition, more than two million residents have been forced to leave their homes due to Israeli aggression.

Basically, the Israeli invasion has reduced Gaza to rubble. According to the United Nations, about 85 percent of Gaza’s Palestinians have been displaced by Israel’s brutal offensive. And with acute shortages of food, clean water and medicine, all of Gaza is now food insecure.

In addition, 60 percent of the infrastructure in the besieged territory has been damaged or destroyed. Israel has already been accused of genocide at the International Court of Justice.

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