Prominent Updates on the 149th Day of the Ongoing Israeli Aggression on Gaza

By Gamal Khattab March 04, 2024 2359

Violent Raids and Political Meetings

On the 149th day of the war on Gaza, the Israeli aircraft attacked Rafah and Khan Yunis in the south of the Gaza Strip. They also targeted an aid truck in Deir al-Balah, causing many casualties. Delegations from Hamas, Qatar, and the United States met in Cairo to discuss a permanent ceasefire, but Israel refused to send a delegation until they had a list of Israeli detainees in Gaza.

Devastating Impact of the War

After 149 days of fighting, over 30,000 people have been killed and 71,000 injured in Gaza, mostly children and women. The war has caused massive destruction and a humanitarian crisis in the region.

Continued Massacres

Israeli forces targeted aid trucks in Gaza, leading to more casualties. Reports of women being mistreated and detained in Gaza have also surfaced, painting a grim picture of the situation.

Resistance Operations

Hamas and Islamic Jihad fighters continue to engage with the Israeli army, targeting tanks and military sites. The conflict shows no signs of slowing down.

Armistice Negotiations

Hamas is working towards a ceasefire agreement, regardless of Israel's participation in talks. The goal is to stop the aggression, provide aid, and return displaced Palestinians to their homes.

Incidents in the West Bank and South Lebanon

Israeli forces have been conducting raids in various towns in the West Bank, leading to arrests and tensions. In South Lebanon, Hezbollah targeted Israeli surveillance systems, escalating the conflict.

Environmental Concerns in the Red Sea

A ship carrying dangerous cargo sank in the Red Sea, posing an environmental threat. The situation is being closely monitored by the authorities.

Source: Agencies