Prominent Updates on the 73rd Day of the Israeli Aggression on Gaza Featured



Israeli Aggression Continues

For the 73rd day in a row, Israel has been attacking the Gaza Strip. The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported that 19,453 people have been killed and 52,286 injured as a result of this aggression.

Targeting Hospitals

Unfortunately, the Israeli occupation has been targeting hospitals as well. They have put a siege on Al Awda Hospital and even arrested its director. They also bombed Al Shifa Hospital, causing more casualties.

Resistance Factions Fight Back

The resistance factions, led by the Al-Qassam Brigades, have been fighting back against the Israeli soldiers and vehicles. They have carried out operations that resulted in deaths, injuries, and the destruction of Israeli vehicles.

Al-Qassam Recordings

The Al-Qassam Brigades released several video recordings showcasing their daily operations. In one of the videos, they responded to a video released by the Israeli army about the discovery of a tunnel. In another video, they addressed the issue of Israeli prisoners held by them.

In their video titled "You Arrived Late," the Al-Qassam Brigades commented on the discovery of a giant tunnel in the northern Gaza Strip. They explained that the tunnel was used in a previous operation and its discovery now by the enemy holds no value.

The Al-Qassam Brigades also shared a video message from Israeli prisoners in the Gaza Strip to the Israeli government and their families. The prisoners pleaded, "Do not leave us to grow old here."

Resistance Operations

The Al-Qassam Brigades announced several military operations they carried out. They targeted a truck loaded with Israeli soldiers, an Israeli military jeep, an Israeli tank, and a Zionist foot force. They also claimed to have taken control of an Israeli reconnaissance plane.

Gaza Martyrs

In the Gaza Strip, more than 100 people, mostly children, have died in Jabalia due to Israeli raids and bombings. The Ministry of Health reported that the Israeli occupation forces committed massacres in the Jabalia camp, resulting in 151 deaths and 313 injuries.

Escalation in the West Bank

In the West Bank, the Israeli occupation forces stormed Al-Faraa camp, resulting in the deaths of four people, including a 17-year-old child. The occupation forces also stormed villages and cities, leading to injuries among Palestinians.

Occupation's Torture of Detainees

The Israeli occupation has been torturing detainees from the Gaza Strip. The Prisoners' Affairs Authority revealed that they have received testimonies of horrific torture carried out by the Israeli occupation against Gaza detainees. The fate of these detainees remains unknown, and the Israeli army is holding them in a camp in the Negev.

Enemy Casualties

The Israeli army announced the deaths of two more soldiers in battles in the Gaza Strip, bringing the total number of deaths on Monday to seven. They also reported that 48 soldiers were wounded during the past 24 hours.

Israeli Soldiers Injured in Gaza

The Israeli Soroka Hospital in Beersheba has reported that 28 Israeli soldiers were injured in the recent fighting in Gaza over the past two days. Since the beginning of the conflict, the hospital has treated a total of 2,215 injured individuals with varying degrees of severity. Currently, 52 war wounded are hospitalized, with 14 in serious condition.

Qatar's Efforts for Ceasefire

Qatari Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani has stated that Qatar will continue its mediation efforts for a permanent ceasefire and will support the Palestinian people in achieving their rights.

Protests for Prisoner Exchange Deal

According to the Israeli newspaper Maariv, families of those detained by the Palestinian resistance in Gaza have announced a sit-in protest in front of the government headquarters, starting Monday. They are demanding the completion of a prisoner exchange deal.

Incident near Bab al-Mandab

The British Maritime Trade Authority has received a report about an accident near Bab al-Mandab, south of the Yemeni port of Mokha. There is a possibility of an explosion in the waters two miles away from a ship in the Red Sea. A Yemeni shipping source mentioned that the Ansar Allah Houthi group fired a missile near a ship to warn it against sailing to an Israeli port. Recent Houthi attacks have led to a significant decrease in ship arrivals at the Israeli port of Eilat.

US Defense Secretary's Visit to Israel

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's visit to Israel aims to gather a clearer security assessment regarding the ground operation in Gaza. During a press conference in Tel Aviv, Austin stated that the United States will continue to provide Israel with the necessary weapons and ammunition for its war against Hamas. He emphasized that Hamas should not be able to export terrorism from Gaza to Israel again. Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant added that they are working to dismantle Hamas to ensure the continued existence of the state, and operations may extend to the northern regions soon.

Sources: Al Jazeera + agencies