More than 80 dead in less than 24 hours, leaves Israel attack in Gaza

More than 80 dead in less than 24 hours, leaves Israel attack in Gaza
More than 80 dead in less than 24 hours, leaves Israel attack in Gaza


82 people dead, this is the number of Palestinians killed after Israel’s offensive on Gaza in the last 24 hours. The Israeli army continues its attack on the city of Rafah and its offensive appears to be increasingly ruthless.

From north to south of Gaza, Israel’s attacks on the Palestinian population continue. One of its strongest offensives began last Sunday, May 5, when the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) began the attack on the city of Rafah.

The army ordered the departure of civilians from this city on May 6, a city where there was a significant population of refugees, estimated to be more than one million. Now, yesAccording to the UN, almost 450,000 have been displaced.

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The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, maintains his position of eradicating the armed forces of the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas; This after the attack they carried out on October 7, 2023, where thousands of Israelites died and hundreds more were kidnapped.

Since that moment, hostile confrontations between both forces have continued; The number of Palestinian victims being dimensionally higher than the Israeli victims.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has assured today that the Palestinian deaths since the start of the Gaza war are more than 35,000. and not half, as Israel now claims, of which 60% are women and children.

Following the IDF’s attacks on the city of Rafah, where Netanyahu claims the last armed cells of the Hamas army are hiding, the humanitarian situation in Palestine has been seriously affected.

In the midst of the attack on Rafah, the border crossing of this city and the Kerm Shalom crossing were interrupted, which prevented the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Palestinian population that is seriously affected.

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Qatar, one of the guarantor countries of the negotiations between Israel and Hamas, said for its part that humanitarian aid has not been able to reach Gaza since May 9.denouncing a “humanitarian catastrophe,” according to the Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Majed Al Ansari.

Although the negotiating table has remained open and there have been exchanges of ceasefire proposals between both fronts, an agreement has not been reached.

Hamas, the group that was democratically elected to govern Palestine, wants complete sovereignty over its territory, while Israel considers that it is not safe to withdraw from the Palestinian border crossings, after the attack received by them on October 7.

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