Prominent Updates on the 147th Day of the Ongoing Israeli Aggression on Gaza Featured


Massacres and Battles Continue

On the 147th day of the conflict in Gaza, the Israeli army continued to commit atrocities, including the devastating "Flour Massacre" that resulted in over 110 deaths and 250 injuries. Battles between the resistance and the Israeli army are ongoing, particularly in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood of Gaza City.

Israel Killed its Prisoners

The Al-Qassam Brigades reported that 7 prisoners were killed in Israeli bombings in Gaza, including 3 whose fates were previously unknown.

16 Massacres by Israel

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported 16 massacres against families, resulting in 193 deaths and 920 injuries in the past 24 hours. The total number of casualties from the Israeli aggression has risen to 30,228 deaths and 71,377 injuries.

Losses on the Israeli Side

The Israeli army disclosed that 5 officers and soldiers were injured in the recent battles, with reports of heavy losses in an ambush in Khan Yunis. Since the ground invasion began, over 240 Israeli soldiers have been killed and 1,400 injured.

Abu Ubaida's Statement

Abu Ubaida, the spokesperson for the Al-Qassam Brigades, revealed that 7 POWs  were killed in Israeli bombings, with the total number of enemy prisoners killed possibly exceeding 70.

International Reactions

Global condemnation of the "Flour Massacre" continued, with demonstrations in various cities expressing solidarity with Gaza. An investigation by the New York Times raised doubts about the Israeli army's account of the incident.

Lebanese Front

Hezbollah targeted Israeli sites and downed a drone, while Israeli aircraft conducted raids in southern Lebanon. Hezbollah claimed to have hit an Israeli force and soldiers in settlements.

American Aid

President Joe Biden announced US plans for an airdrop of food aid to Gaza to address the worsening hunger crisis. Efforts are being made to secure a ceasefire for more aid delivery.