77 Palestinians were killed in 24 hours by Israeli aggression in Gaza

The conflict in Gaza shows no sign of abating. The Israeli aggression on innocent Palestinians is not stopping and no progress is being seen even on a ceasefire. Palestinian women, men and children are being killed by Israeli soldiers every day.

Israeli forces have attacked almost all places in Gaza. The last refuge of the Palestinians is being taken away. Areas in Gaza that were declared safe are also being attacked. As a result, the Philistines were faced with a major dilemma of where to go and what to do.

Gaza’s Hamas-controlled health ministry said 77 people had been killed there in the past 24 hours. Besides, another 221 people were injured.

Mediators in Egypt and Qatar, meanwhile, say they expect Hamas to respond to the latest ceasefire proposal. Pressure to conclude a ceasefire agreement continues.

On October 7, the Palestinian independence organization Hamas entered the border of Israel and launched a sudden attack. Israel then launched a counter-attack on Gaza. Israeli soldiers are rampaging in the name of operation there.

More than 36,000 people have lost their lives in Gaza in the nearly eight-month conflict. The Hamas-controlled health ministry said 36,731 Palestinians were killed there. Besides, another 83 thousand 530 people were injured.

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Meanwhile, for the past few days, the sound of Israeli military airstrikes and gunfire has been heard in various areas of the Gaza Strip. Saw several ambulances from Al-Aqsa Hospital going to the eastern part of Deir el-Balah city. Israel attacked a residential building in that area. Israel also carried out airstrikes on a school in the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza.

The school was run by the United Nations Palestine Refugee Agency (UNRWA). The school was home to many displaced Palestinians at the time of the attack. On the other hand, the Israeli army says that the school was also sheltered by Hamas fighters.