Day 167 of Israeli Genocide War on Gaza Featured

Ongoing Aggressions

On the 167th day of the war on Gaza, the Israeli army continued its attacks on the Al-Shifa Medical Complex. The resistance also targeted Israeli forces, causing losses in the area and other parts of Gaza.

Efforts to reach an agreement between Hamas and Israel are ongoing, with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visiting the region.

Battles at Al-Shifa Complex

The Israeli army continued to besiege and bomb the Al-Shifa Medical Complex. The Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas' military wing, reported killing an Israeli sniper near the complex. They also targeted Israeli tanks and a troop carrier with mortar shells.

The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad movement, targeted an Israeli military vehicle and clashed with Israeli forces in Gaza.

7 Massacres

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported 7 massacres, resulting in 65 deaths and 92 injuries in one day. The total number of victims since October is 31,988 martyrs and 74,188 injured.

The government in Gaza accused Israel of deliberately killing 13 patients at the Shifa Complex by denying them medical supplies.

Developments in the Prisoners’ Agreement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office announced that the head of Mossad will travel to Qatar to discuss a ceasefire agreement in Gaza, including the release of prisoners.

There were reports of disagreements within the Israeli government regarding the prisoner deal, leading to the cancellation of scheduled meetings.

Blinken Tour

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in Cairo to discuss progress in negotiations. Blinken is on his sixth tour in the region since the Gaza War.

An Arab ministerial meeting was held in Cairo to discuss efforts for a humanitarian truce in Gaza.