At least 23,708 people have been killed and more than 60,005 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7.
Since the beginning of the conflict, Israel’s war on the Gaza Strip have resulted in at least 23,708 Palestinian deaths and 60,005 injuries, according to the health ministry. According to the principal operator, the Israeli is continuously shelling on the strip. The shelling is causing all internet and telecom services in Gaza to be terminated.
UN human rights on Israel’s war on Gaza:
Israel had frequently broken international humanitarian law throughout its war on Gaza, according to the UN human rights office. Volker Turk, the UN’s human rights commissioner, has reiterated his demand for a ceasefire as the situation for Gaza’s civilian population worsens and Israel’s attack makes it more difficult to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid.
Health issues in GAZA:
The World Health Organization has issued many warnings that the war launched by Israel on Gaza has significantly raised the danger of disease outbreaks, particularly affecting children. Due to this fact thousands of Palestinians are now forced to live in filthy conditions without access to clean water. In a statement, Mai al-Kaila reports that a $2 million World Bank cargo of medical supplies has started to arrive in Gaza from Egypt. She also mentioned that UNICEF-purchased medications and polio vaccines. The aid will soon be arriving in Gaza. Physicians have issued a warning that there is not enough fuel to continue providing medical care at the facility. They issued a warning that if the electric generators entirely fail, patients and children could die.
Due to Israel’s war on Gaza the situation of Palestine is getting worse day by day.