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Zionist Aggression Continues for 112th Day: Massacres and Crisis in Gaza Strip

For the 112th consecutive day, the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Str...

In another day of aggression, the enemy army unleashed a stream of massacres against civilians in various parts of the besieged Strip, exacerbating the suffering of Palestinians in the southern Gaza Strip. Nasser Hospital was struck, leaving the Palestinians to endure war crimes and crimes against humanity.


A heart-breaking scene of a little girl cries in pain in her father’s arms after being injured by an Israeli bombing in Rafah, south of the #Gaza Strip. pic.twitter.com/KF1UoohPSz

— PALESTINE ONLINE 🇵🇸 (@OnlinePalEng) January 26, 2024



As dawn broke on the 112th day of the Israeli aggression, civilian homes and residential communities came under attack. Tragically, Iyad Ahmed Al-Rawag, a journalist for “Sawt Al-Aqsa” radio, became a martyr in the process. Further devastation occurred in the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip, resulting in 11 additional casualties.


Journalist Iyad Ahmed Al-Rawag, along with his family, lost their lives when his house in the Al-Hasayna area was targeted. This brings the number of journalist martyrs to 120 since the beginning of the aggression.


Journalist and Voice of Al-Aqsa radio channel host Iyad Rawagh was killed by an Israeli airstrike targeting his family home in Nuseirat refugee camp last night.

This marks the 124th journalist killed by the Israeli occupation since Oct 7. pic.twitter.com/rAphfIFRgV

— TIMES OF GAZA (@Timesofgaza) January 26, 2024


Israeli artillery shelling also targeted western areas of Gaza City, while Khan Yunis in the south of the strip faced raids on the Nasser Medical Complex. The Quadcopter aircraft contributed to the chaos by firing at the vicinity of the complex.


BREAKING | 15 people killed and dozens injured have arrived at Nasser Hospital since the morning.

The latest occupation bombing on western Khan-Younis has caused unprecedented pressure in the hospital’s ability to provide medical attention. pic.twitter.com/RO06jtrSox

— TIMES OF GAZA (@Timesofgaza) January 25, 2024



The humanitarian and health crisis in Gaza has reached an alarming level, particularly in camps and displacement centers. The Palestinian Environmental Quality Authority reveals that 66% of Gaza’s population suffers from diseases transmitted through contaminated water.

Yesterday, the toll from the Israeli aggression reached 25,900 martyrs recorded by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, with an additional 64,110 confirmed cases of infection since October 7, 2023.

One of the 21 massacres conducted by the occupation forces targeted thousands of hungry people who were awaiting aid at the Kuwait Roundabout south of Gaza City, resulting in numerous casualties.



Simultaneously, Khan Yunis and its hospitals and shelter centers affiliated with UNRWA faced intensified targeting from the occupation forces. The Ministry of Health describes the situation as catastrophically grim at the Nasser Medical Complex. Displaced people in tents west of the city were also victims of Israeli bombings.


BREAKING| The Ministry of Health: Israel committed 19 massacres in the past 24 hours, killing 183 citizens and wounding 377 others.

This brings the total of casualties since October 7 to 26083 victims and 64487 injuries. pic.twitter.com/cyO95gap2I

— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) January 26, 2024




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