Ramallah, 8 October 2023 (TDI): In the wake of the Operation Al-Aqsa Flood launched by Hamas on early Saturday, more than 659 Israeli soldiers and settlers have lost their lives

While over 2,156 soldiers & settlers sustained injuries, including more than 300 in critical condition. Additionally, 670 Israelis remain unaccounted for & numerous prisoners from the Israeli Army & settlers are in the custody of Palestinian freedom fighters.

It is pertinent to note that as a response Israeli military is targeting homes and civilian buildings, resulting in a catastrophic situation for the Palestinians.

Likewise, the Gaza Strip has once again become a focal point of this escalating violence. Consequently, deliberate disruptions by Israel in essential services such as electricity, fuel, gas, and food commodities have further exacerbated the dire situation.

Also read: Escalating violence in Gaza Strip takes heavy toll

This ongoing crisis calls for immediate international attention and intervention to address the humanitarian needs of the affected communities.

The human toll of this conflict is staggering, and it is imperative that all parties involved work toward a peaceful resolution.

For further updates on the Gaza Strip humanitarian crisis and the evolving situation in the region, stay tuned.

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