The Gaza Strip of Palestine is now a valley of death due to the Israeli attack. A month after the attack that started on October 7, the valley looks completely different, where every person spends his days with the fear of Israeli attack. The death toll is increasing hour by hour. A child is dying every 10 minutes. More than 10,000 Palestinians have died since the attack began. More than 4,000 of them are children. More than 25 thousand people were injured. Countless people are buried in the rubble. Of Gaza’s 2.3 million people, 1.5 million have been displaced. Every day countless houses, hospitals, refugee camps and educational institutions are being razed to the ground. There is no place left that is safe from Israeli attack. The barbaric Israeli forces are continuing to attack Gaza every day, ignoring all calls from the international community and showing complete disregard for human rights. Finally, once again they continue to cut off Gaza and attack. Due to disconnection of mobile and internet connection, accurate information about the damage is not available. However, according to the information received, 252 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli attacks in Gaza in the last day. In such a situation, Israel demanded to divide the Gaza Strip into two parts. Meanwhile, the United Nations has once again called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. In a joint statement, the main UN agencies said that enough is enough. An immediate ceasefire is needed in Gaza. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said the world is watching the situation in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories. The world is shocked and appalled by the constant loss of life and displacement of people there. News from BBC and Al Jazeera
Gaza Strip has been cut off again by Israeli forces. Mobile and internet connection has been stopped. Most of the area is in darkness. In the meantime, there is an attack by infantry forces along with air strikes. Among them is Al Rantisi Hospital in Gaza. The hospital’s solar panel and water tank were destroyed in Sunday’s attack. Apart from this, the hospital was plunged into darkness and there was a severe water shortage. Apart from this, several bakeries were also attacked. The people of Gaza are facing a new food crisis. In the last 24 hours, 252 Palestinians have died in Israeli attacks there. A Gazan man named Zak Hania shouted to world leaders on Al Jazeera: ‘Are you enjoying this horror film? How many more people die will you open your eyes. All of us dying here are innocent civilians. We want a ceasefire.’
Meanwhile, the Israeli forces have practically divided the Palestinian Gaza Strip into two in the conflict that has been going on for about a month. Israeli military spokesman Daniel Hagari said this information on Sunday. Daniel said that Gaza City is surrounded by Israeli forces. Through it, Gaza is now divided into North and South. Gaza will henceforth be identified as North Gaza and South Gaza. He also commented that this is an important chapter in the ongoing war against Hamas. According to Israeli media, Israeli forces are expected to enter Gaza City within the next 48 hours. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visited the occupied West Bank, Iraq and Cyprus on Sunday. During the visit, he discussed the strategy of providing humanitarian aid to Gaza. Immediately after Blinken’s visit, the Israeli army announced the partition of Gaza.
UN agencies call for ceasefire: The UN has called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. In a joint statement, the major agencies said, “Enough is enough.” An immediate ceasefire is needed in Gaza. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said the world is watching the situation in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories. The world is shocked and appalled by the constant loss of life and displacement of people there. Various organizations, including the United Nations children’s agency UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Food Organization, Save the Children, have cited casualties on both sides. At the same time, on October 7, Hamas demanded the unconditional release of those held hostage. Organizations say that the world cannot sit quietly in such a situation in Gaza. A ceasefire is urgently needed there. Otherwise, the death toll of innocent civilians will continue to rise.