248 people were killed during the past 24 hours in the Gaza Strip
At least 248 people in Gaza were martyred during the past 24 hours – including 56 people in the southern Gaza Strip, who were asked to move to him – amid the Israeli air strikes campaign, according to the government media office in Gaza.
The office said in statements to him on Saturday that the death toll in Gaza since October 7 has risen to 4385, including 1756 children and 967 women.
The statement added that 13,561 other people were injured.
Relief organizations call for unrestricted arrival in Gaza
The relief organizations called for an unrestricted arrival to Gaza after a convoy of trucks passed through the Rafah crossing
In a joint statement, a group of United Nations relief organizations described the convoy of trucks that was allowed to pass through the Rafah crossing on Saturday as “a small start and far from being sufficient.”
The organizations said: “We call for a humanitarian ceasefire, along with immediate and unlimited access for humanitarian aid throughout Gaza to allow humanitarian actors to reach civilians in need, save lives and prevent further human suffering.”
And they warned that “time is running out before death rates rise dramatically due to the outbreak of diseases and a lack of health care.”
The organizations said that the supplies carried by the truck caravan on Saturday “will provide a lifeline, which is intensified for some hundreds of thousands of civilians.”
The statement was issued on the United Nations Development Program, the United Nations Population Fund, the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund, the World Food Program, and the World Health Organization.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said that the aid is a “glimmer of hope”, but it is still a “drop in the vicinity” of what is required in Gaza.
What was there in aid supplies today: The twentieth trucks that crossed from Egypt were to deliver aid to Gaza on Saturday, carrying food, water and medical supplies, but without fuel.
According to the authorities at the Rafah crossing, there were 13 trucks carrying medicines and medical supplies, and five of them carrying food, and two trucks loaded with water.
UNICEF said it was able to deliver water supplies sufficient for 22,000 people for one day through the crossing.