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Israel Continues Airstrikes in Gaza; High Casualty Figures Reported

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israel continues airstrikes in gaza high casualty figures reported




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Israel has been carrying out continuous airstrikes on Gaza, causing significant casualties and raising concerns worldwide. Here is a summary of the key developments:

The Conflict and Casualties:






  • Israel has been conducting airstrikes in Gaza following an attack by Hamas on its southern towns.
  • More than 1,200 bodies have been discovered, primarily of unarmed civilians, according to the Israeli army.
  • Gaza officials have reported over 900 people killed as a result of extensive air and artillery strikes in the densely populated area.

International Responses:

  • US President Joe Biden has pledged support to Israel, expressing revulsion at the loss of civilian lives during the Hamas assault.
  • Fears of a deepening humanitarian crisis in Gaza have arisen due to over 1,000 destroyed buildings and a total siege affecting 2.3 million people.
  • The United Nations has reported that more than 260,000 Gaza residents have been displaced, while the European Union has called for a “humanitarian corridor” to allow civilians to escape the conflict.
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Additional Challenges:



  • Israel seems to be preparing for a potential ground invasion of Gaza while also facing rocket attacks from militant groups in Lebanon and Syria.
  • Israel has targeted southern Lebanon, an area controlled by Hezbollah, an ally of Iran.
  • President Biden issued a stern warning to those considering taking advantage of the situation.

Death Toll and Hostages:

  • Israel experienced the deadliest attack in its history with more than 1,500 militants infiltrating its security barrier during a coordinated assault by Hamas.
  • Hamas gunmen indiscriminately killed civilians, including the very young, elderly, and entire families who sought refuge in their homes.
  • Israeli forces have reclaimed southern communities after intense street battles, resulting in casualties on both sides.
  • Concerns have been raised about at least 150 hostages, mostly Israelis, held by Hamas in Gaza.
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Situation in Gaza:



  • Heavy fighting continues in Gaza, with airstrikes causing destruction, killing dozens, and leaving the area in ruins.
  • Gazan residents are dealing with widespread devastation, with damaged buildings, mosques, factories, and shops.
  • Medical supplies, including oxygen, are running low at Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza.

Unrest in the West Bank and Growing Tensions:

  • Unrest has erupted in the occupied West Bank, where Palestinians have been killed in protests in solidarity with Gaza.
  • Growing fear and distrust have been noted in Israeli cities, affecting relations between Jews and Arab-Israeli minorities.
  • Israeli border police have reported shooting two Palestinians in east Jerusalem following clashes.
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International Diplomacy:

  • Diplomatic efforts continue to prevent a broader conflict in the Middle East.
  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is expected to visit Israel to discuss support and the situation involving American citizens.
  • China has expressed its intention to work with Egypt to seek a ceasefire.

Global Impact:

  • Many nations have reported citizens killed, abducted, or missing as a result of the ongoing conflict, including Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, Nepal, Panama, Paraguay, Russia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Ukraine.