Prominent Updates on the 157th Day of the Ongoing Israeli Aggression on Gaza


Ramadan Begins in Gaza

On the 157th day of the war in Gaza, Palestinians started fasting for the month of Ramadan. Despite this, Israeli bombings and attacks continued, making life even harder for people in Gaza. There doesn't seem to be an end to the war in sight.

International Calls for Ceasefire

The United Nations Secretary-General and the White House both called for a ceasefire in Gaza during Ramadan. Efforts are being made to reach a temporary ceasefire to stop the violence.

Developments in Different Areas

West Bank

Israeli forces increased security measures in the West Bank during Ramadan and imposed restrictions on residents of Jerusalem.


Hezbollah attacked Israeli positions in the Golan Heights, including an air defense headquarters.


The Houthi group reported being targeted by American and British airstrikes in Hodeidah Governorate.

Updates from Gaza

The Al-Qassam Brigades are engaged in intense battles with Israeli forces using heavy weapons. The Ministry of Health reported 7 massacres in the past 24 hours, resulting in many casualties.

Humanitarian Crisis

The situation in Gaza is dire, with the risk of famine looming. The director of government information in Gaza blamed Israel and the US for committing war crimes against children and women.

Efforts for Ceasefire

The US and other countries dropped humanitarian aid in Gaza, but there are still concerns about the safety of civilians. President Biden emphasized the need for a plan to protect civilians in Rafah.

Incidents in the West Bank

Israeli forces killed a Palestinian in the West Bank and carried out raids in several cities. Settlers also attacked farmers and herders in Hebron.

Lebanese Front

Hezbollah clashed with Israeli forces in southern Lebanon, resulting in casualties on both sides. The Israeli army used the Iron Dome system to intercept missiles from Lebanon.

Red Sea Axis

Reports of American and British aggression in Yemen's Red Sea coast raised concerns. Attacks targeted areas in Hodeidah Governorate, leading to tensions in the region.

UN Calls for Peace

UN Secretary-General Guterres urged for a ceasefire in Gaza during Ramadan. He emphasized the need to stop the violence and allow humanitarian aid to reach those in need.