Prominent Updates on the 154th Day of the Ongoing Israeli Aggression on Gaza Featured


Intensified Attacks

On the 154th day of the war on Gaza, the Israeli forces increased their airstrikes and artillery bombardment in different parts of the Strip. Meanwhile, hunger is becoming a serious threat to many people trapped in northern Gaza.

Demands for a New Deal

The spokesperson for the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, stated that any new exchange deal must include stopping the aggression, withdrawing military forces, providing relief for the population, allowing the return of displaced individuals, and reconstructing Gaza.

Attacks in the Red Sea

Two explosions near a ship off the coast of Yemen have been reported. The Houthis have claimed responsibility for targeting Israeli ships in the Red Sea, Bab al-Mandab Strait, and Gulf of Aden in recent months.

Increasing Casualties

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported a total of 30,878 deaths and 72,402 injuries since October 7 due to Israeli aggression. The ministry also mentioned 8 massacres in the past 24 hours, with a majority of victims being women and children.

Hamas Response

Hamas rejected the results of an Israeli army investigation into the "flour massacre" that occurred west of Gaza City. They described the investigation as misleading and false, emphasizing that Palestinians were deliberately targeted.

UN Warning

The UN Human Rights Commissioner warned that expanding settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories is a war crime and hinders the possibility of a viable Palestinian state.

Prisoner Exchange Negotiations

Hamas spokesperson emphasized the importance of a ceasefire in negotiations for a prisoner exchange. They highlighted the dire situation faced by prisoners due to illness and lack of resources.

Expectations of Aid Corridor

An aid corridor to Gaza is expected to start operating soon, following approval from Israel. This initiative aims to deliver much-needed aid to the people in Gaza.

Possible Ground Operation in Lebanon

Hezbollah reported the killing of its members in Israeli bombings in southern Lebanon. Israeli Chief of Staff is preparing plans for a potential ground operation in Lebanon, drawing lessons from the Gaza conflict.

Martyrs because of the fall of aid funds

Something terrible happened on the 154th day of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip. The government media office in Gaza reported that 5 Palestinians lost their lives and many others were injured when humanitarian aid was dropped from planes. The aid boxes didn't land properly and ended up falling on people's heads.

Eyewitness Accounts

Eyewitnesses saw planes dropping lots of aid boxes, but some of them didn't open their parachutes correctly. This caused the boxes to fall quickly on groups of Palestinians who were waiting for them to land. The boxes fell on Palestinian gatherings north of the Beach Camp and on Al-Jalaa Street north of Gaza City.

Tragic Consequences

Witnesses and Palestinian medical sources said that the falling boxes resulted in the deaths of some Palestinians and injuries to others who were eagerly waiting for the aid. This was a heartbreaking accident that shocked everyone in the area.

Source: Al Jazeera