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The number of victims of the occupation’s aggression against Gaza rose to 7,326 martyrs


The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza announced a short while ago that the number of martyrs in the Strip had risen to 7,326 since October 7.

The spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Dr. Ashraf Al-Qudra, called for urgent measures to be taken to restore the collapsed health system.

The government media office in Gaza previously announced the death of 34 journalists, the injury of dozens of them, and the bombing of the headquarters of 50 media organizations since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

This morning, a medical delegation of 10 foreign doctors, in addition to 10 trucks, entered the Gaza Strip through the Rafah land crossing.

These trucks include water, foodstuffs, and medicines, bringing the total number of trucks since the start of the introduction of aid into Gaza to 84 trucks.

UNRWA: We will not be able to complete our work without securing the entry of fuel

Earlier today, the Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), Philippe Lazzarini, said that they would not be able to complete their work without securing fuel.

Lazzarini continued during his press conference today: “We need a continuous and uninterrupted flow of aid,” pointing out that the few trucks arriving in the Gaza Strip will not make a difference to the residents.

The UNRWA Commissioner explained that the aid is directed to the people who need it most.

He stressed that it is not possible to turn a blind eye to the humanitarian tragedy in Gaza, noting that delaying the end of this war will increase the risk of the conflict expanding.

Director of the United Nations World Food Program, Cindy McCain, previously said that the excessively stringent inspection of trucks at the Rafah crossing from Egypt to Gaza led to a severe slowdown in the flow of humanitarian aid as hunger rates increased among the Palestinians.

The Egyptian-controlled Rafah crossing has become the main point for delivering aid since the Israeli occupation authorities imposed a complete siege on Gaza since October 7.

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