Prominent Updates on the 112th Day of the Ongoing Israeli Aggression on Gaza Featured

By Gamal Khattab January 27, 2024 1754


Israeli Court Takes Action against Genocide in Gaza

On the 112th day of the Israeli war on Gaza, the International Court of Justice made an important decision. They demanded that Israel take immediate action to prevent genocide in the Gaza Strip. The court also called for Israel to improve the humanitarian situation and prevent destruction in the area. Israel must ensure that its army does not commit humanitarian violations and prevent any incitement to genocide.

International Reactions

Many countries, including South Africa, welcomed the court's decision. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa called it a victory for justice. However, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended Israel's actions, stating that they are fighting a just war and are committed to international law. The United States also supported Israel, claiming that allegations of genocide are baseless.

Female Captives Demand End to War

After the court's decision, the Al-Qassam Brigades released a video of three captured female soldiers pleading for the war to stop and for their safe return. They expressed concern for their lives and revealed that other prisoners had been killed by the Israeli army.

Tensions Rise in the West Bank

Clashes between Palestinian resistance fighters and Israeli occupation forces erupted in the West Bank. The Israeli army stormed the city of Tubas, leading to increased tension in the area. Additionally, Israeli special forces were seen storming the Qalandia camp near Jerusalem.

The Humanitarian Situation in Gaza

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported that the Israeli aggression has resulted in 26,830 deaths and 64,487 injuries. The Nasser Medical Complex in Khan Yunis is facing catastrophic conditions, with 150 employees, 350 patients, and displaced families in need of urgent assistance. The United Nations Human Rights Office warned that the cold and rainy weather in Gaza is making the situation even worse.

Israeli Losses and Popular Opinion

The Israeli army announced the death of a major officer and the injury of 47 officers and soldiers in the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, the popularity of the "Official Camp" party in Israel has significantly increased following the war on Gaza.

Other Developments

In Yemen, a ship reported hearing an explosion and seeing missiles near its location. In Lebanon, missiles were fired towards Israeli positions in the occupied Shebaa Farms, and Israeli aircraft conducted a raid near the town of Aitaroun.