Prominent Updates on the 115th Day of the Ongoing Israeli Aggression on Gaza


The Israeli Aggression Continues

On the 115th day of the Israeli war on Gaza, the Israeli army is still committing massacres against civilians. However, the resistance factions, led by the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, are fighting back on multiple fronts in the Strip.

Additionally, the occupation authorities are targeting the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), which provides vital support to over 5.5 million Palestinian refugees. Several donor countries have stopped funding this agency, putting the lives of many refugees at risk.

Gaza Massacres

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported that within 24 hours, the Israeli occupation forces committed 14 massacres, resulting in the death of 215 people and injuring 300 others.

Since October 7, the number of victims of the Israeli aggression has risen to 26,637 martyrs and 65,387 injured.

Recently, the Israeli bombing of citizens' homes in the Nuseirat camp and a school belonging to UNRWA in the Al-Rimal neighborhood caused the deaths of 33 Palestinians.

The occupation army continues to besiege hospitals and bomb residential buildings in Khan Yunis.

Resistance Operations

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, fired missiles towards Tel Aviv and other cities in response to the Israeli massacres against civilians.

They also released footage showing battles between their fighters and the Israeli army, resulting in the destruction of Israeli tanks.

The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, announced the destruction of an Israeli tank and the bombardment of enemy soldiers and vehicles in Khan Yunis.

Gaza Bombs

The Israeli army has dropped more bombs on the Gaza Strip in four months than Russia used in its war on Ukraine over two years.

According to estimates, the quantity of bombs used by the Israeli army in Gaza exceeds those used by Adolf Hitler during World War II.

West Bank Casualties

In the West Bank, five Palestinians were killed by Israeli occupation army bullets in Jenin, Hebron, and Bethlehem. The occupation forces also continued their arrests, and armed clashes occurred in various cities and towns.

Among the victims was a 16-year-old child who died during clashes near Bethlehem.

Lebanon Front

Lebanese Hezbollah targeted Israeli barracks with missiles, causing injuries among Israeli soldiers. In response, Israel intensified its bombing in southern Lebanon.

Houthi Attack

In Yemen, the Houthi group targeted a US Navy logistical support ship with a naval missile in the Gulf of Aden.

A spokesperson for the groups involved in the Israeli war on Gaza stated that they launched a missile as a victory for the Palestinian people and in response to the American-British aggression against Yemen. They emphasized that the Yemeni armed forces are committed to preventing Israeli navigation towards the occupied ports of Palestine in the Red and Arab Bahrain.

Israeli Bombing in Syria

According to Syrian media, an Israeli bombing targeted a farm near the Sayyida Zeinab area in Damascus, resulting in the death of four people. The Syrian media reported that the Israeli attack involved three missiles and was met with a response from air defenses.

Conference on Annexing the West Bank and Gaza

The Hamas movement expressed concern over a conference held by the ruling coalition in Israel, where they discussed the annexation of the West Bank and Gaza. Hamas sees this as a plan to displace and ethnically cleanse the Palestinian people, disregarding recent decisions made by the International Court of Justice. Hamas called on the international community and the United Nations to condemn this conference and take necessary measures to protect the Palestinian people.

Potential Agreement Framework

John Kirby, the spokesperson for the White House National Security Council, believes that there is a framework for a new agreement between Hamas and Israel. The security mini-ministerial council, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, will hold a meeting to discuss proposals for a possible deal. Kirby described the talks in Paris as constructive and stated that reaching an agreement could lead to the release of more hostages, increased aid delivery, and a reduction in violence.

Qatari Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani mentioned progress in laying the foundation for moving forward on the detainee issue. He stated that the talks are improving and may lead to a permanent ceasefire in the future. However, he warned that the current escalation in Gaza will not contribute to progress in the return of detainees. Qatar's role is to mediate and bridge the gap between the parties involved, without putting pressure on them.