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"Al-Aqsa Flood": Day 177 and the Israeli-Zionist War

Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood":

  • Resistance has continued to bomb enemy positions and settlements around the Gaza Strip.
  • The "Qassam Brigades" have killed hundreds of occupation soldiers and captured about 250 Zionists since the first day on October 7.

Resistance Operations:

  • The "Al-Qassam" mujahideen carried out a military report on March 30, 2024, confirming a Zionist "Merkvah" tank was targeted with a "Shawaz" projectiles and its crew was shot down.
  • The resistance fighters continue to engage in fierce clashes with heavy and medium weapons with enemy forces penetrating all combat axes in the Gaza Strip.

New Zionist Massacres:

  • The occupation committed a new massacre by bombing several tents for journalists and displaced people inside the walls of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in the Central Governorate.
  • The government media office in Gaza condemned these crimes, calling on international, regional, and local organizations related to health and medical work to condemn it.
  • The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) strongly condemned the Biden administration’s intention to send new shipments of weapons to the Zionist entity.

Israeli Failures:

  • Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid confirmed that Netanyahu's government had failed to return the POWs and called for elections.
  • Israeli political and military analyst Ronen Bergman stated that the State of Israel is stumbling on the battlefield and deteriorating into the abyss in the political and international world.
  • The Hebrew newspaper Haaretz criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for creating a dangerous diplomatic crisis and refusing to listen to President Joe Biden.

"Al-Aqsa Flood Day 178" Developments and New Death toll

Targeting "Eilat"

  • The occupation army reported a drone attack on a building in Eilat, south of the occupied territories.
  • The attack was attributed to a suspicious air target entering Israeli territory from the east and landing in the Gulf of Eilat (Aqaba) area.
  • The "Islamic Resistance in Iraq" claimed responsibility for the attack.

"Al-Shifa Medical" Massacre

  • Medical sources reported hundreds of bodies of martyrs were found in the Al-Shifa Medical Complex and surrounding areas.
  • The Al-Shifa Complex was completely destroyed by Israeli forces and out of service.
  • The Israeli occupation forces withdrew from the Shifa complex after a two-week operation.
  • The government media office in Gaza stated that the Israeli occupation army committed crimes of destroying, burning, and targeting 1,050 homes in the vicinity of the Shifa Medical Complex, killing more than 400 martyrs, and arresting and torturing hundreds of patients, displaced people, and medical staff inside and around the complex.

Response from the Palestinian Ministry of Health

  • The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza appealed to all international and international institutions and the international community to restart Nasser Hospital and provide protection to health institutions.
  • The Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" held the American administration and President Biden personally responsible for the crimes, massacres, and systematic destruction of civilian life in the Gaza Strip.

Force Infiltration into Gaza

  • The Home Front in the Gaza Strip revealed the infiltration of officers and soldiers affiliated with the General Intelligence Service in Ramallah on an official mission.
  • The Front confirmed that security services in Gaza dealt with these elements, arresting 10 of them and foiling the plan for which they came.

New Death toll from the Occupation Army

  • The number of soldiers and officers killed by the Palestinian resistance has risen since the start of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood.
  • The occupation army reported that a soldier from the 77th Battalion, named Nadav Cohen, was killed in the battles of the Gaza Strip during the last hours, bringing the number of deaths in the occupation army since October 7 to 600 soldiers and officers.

"Al-Aqsa Flood Day 179" Developments and International Condemnation

  • Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood" has entered its 179th day, with Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit genocide in Gaza.
  • Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces, resulting in the killing of 600 officers and soldiers and over 6,900 wounded.
  • The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement, have managed to kill hundreds of soldiers and capture about 250 Zionists.
  • The Israeli street has witnessed massive protests demanding the overthrow of the Netanyahu government, with opposition movements setting up tents in front of government headquarters and the Knesset in Jerusalem.
  • The struggle of the families of prisoners and detainees in Gaza may affect the negotiations.
  • The second Kuwaiti medical delegation arrived in the Gaza Strip to strengthen the Palestinian health system and perform surgical operations for sick and wounded Palestinians.
  • Jordanian King Abdullah II and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed the necessity of reaching a humanitarian truce and a comprehensive ceasefire in Gaza.
  • For the ninth day in a row, Jordan is witnessing mass demonstrations near the occupation embassy in Amman, denouncing the war on Gaza and demanding that the Jordanian government close the embassy and cancel the peace agreement with the occupation.
  • Western countries condemn the Zionist bombing of a relief team in the Gaza Strip, leading to the deaths of 7 people, including 6 foreigners and a Palestinian.
  • The United States, Australia, Cyprus, the British Foreign Office, and the European Union Humanitarian Affairs Commissioner also condemn the "Israeli" targeting of humanitarian workers in Gaza.
  • Japan announces the resumption of its funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), stressing that the agency’s role cannot be dispensed with in confronting the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.

"Al-Aqsa Flood": 180th Day and Protests against Netanyahu

Al-Aqsa Flood:

  • Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood" has entered its 180th day, with Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit genocide in Gaza.
  • The operation has resulted in numerous air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.
  • A Palestinian man carried out a run-over attack at the entrance to Kochav Yair, resulting in four injuries to the occupation forces.
  • The "Al-Qassam Brigades" bombed an occupation foot force in Gaza City with mortar shells.
  • Resistance actions in the West Bank have continued, with 20 resistance actions monitored in the last 24 hours.

Protests against Netanyahu:

  • Thousands of "Israelis" demonstrated against Netanyahu's government for the third day in a row.
  • The Israeli police arrested 5 protesters, while one of its members was injured.
  • The head of the Shin Bet, Ronen Bar, emphasized the need for a clear line between legitimate protest and violent and illegal protest.

Arab and Islamic Role:

  • The Kuwaiti medical delegation began performing surgical operations for patients and injured people inside hospitals in the southern Gaza Strip.
  • Jordanian demonstrators continued to protest in front of the occupation embassy in Amman, demanding the closure of the embassy and cancellation of the Wadi Araba Treaty.

International Responses:

  • US President Joe Biden expressed anger and sadness at the killing of 7 relief workers in an "Israeli" raid in Gaza.
  • The European Union called for a comprehensive investigation into the targeting of aid workers and the implementation of the Security Council resolution for an immediate ceasefire.

Statistics of the Annihilation War:

  • The number of victims of the Zionist aggression has risen to 32,975 martyrs and 75,577 injured since last October 7.

"Israeli Occupation of Gaza: 180th Day Update"

  • 2922 massacres committed by the occupation army.
  • 39,975 martyrs and missing persons.
  • 32,975 martyrs who arrived in hospitals.
  • 14,500 child martyrs, 30 children martyred due to famine.
  • 9,560 female martyrs.
  • 484 martyrs of medical personnel.
  • 65 martyrs from the Civil Defense.
  • 140 martyrs of journalists.
  • 7 thousand missing.
  • 75,577 infected.
  • 73% of victims are children and women.
  • 11,000 wounded people needing treatment.
  • 10,000 cancer patients face death and need treatment.
  • 1,088,764 people infected with infectious diseases due to displacement.
  • 60,000 pregnant women at risk due to lack of access to healthcare.
  • 350,000 chronic patients at risk due to non-administration of medications.
  • 310 arrests of health personnel.
  • Two million displaced people in the Gaza Strip.
  • 171 government headquarters destroyed.
  • 100 schools and universities destroyed.
  • 229 mosques and 3 churches targeted and destroyed.
  • 70 thousand housing units destroyed.
  • 70 thousand tons of explosives dropped.
  • 32 hospitals taken out of service.
  • 53 health centers targeted.
  • 126 ambulances targeted.
  • 200 archaeological and heritage sites destroyed.

"Al-Aqsa Flood": 181st Day and Resistance Bombings

  • Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood" has entered its 181st day, with Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit genocide in Gaza.
  • Palestinian resistance continues to confront Zionist forces, with the "Jerusalem Brigades" bombing Sderot, Niram, and settlements surrounding the Gaza Strip.
  • The "Islamic Resistance in Iraq" has targeted the Zionist air base, Ramat David, with drones.
  • The Zionist entity is experiencing a state of alert due to threats from Tehran, with the Zionist Army suspending leave to combat units in anticipation of an Iranian response.
  • Zionist opposition leader Yair Lapid has launched an attack on the government of Benjamin Netanyahu, stating that everything is collapsing around "Israel" and within it.
  • The occupation army has decided to strengthen and recruit reserve soldiers into the air defense corps due to the Iranian threat to "Israel."
  • 80 American Islamic organizations have criticized Washington's policy on Gaza and called on President Joe Biden to change his administration's policies.
  • International reactions continue to follow the Zionist occupation killing of a relief team in Gaza, with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling for an explanation and the killing of a citizen by an "Israeli" bombing.
  • Human Rights Watch has called on Western governments to suspend the transfer of weapons to Israel and support the International Criminal Court’s investigation into Palestine.
  • Over 600 British lawyers have demanded that the British government stop selling weapons to "Israel."

"Al-Aqsa Flood": 182nd Day and International Measures

  • Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood" has entered its 182nd day, with the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit genocide in the Gaza Strip.
  • The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported five massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 54 deaths and 82 injuries to hospitals.
  • The toll of the Israeli aggression rose to 33,091 martyrs and 75,750 injuries since the seventh of last October.
  • The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) stated that the Israeli war on Gaza led to the displacement of more than 75% of the population and the destruction of about 62% of homes.
  • Palestinian resistance fighters continue to confront the occupation forces, engaging in violent clashes with the occupation forces after they stormed several cities, towns, and villages in the occupied West Bank.
  • The Israeli Chief of Staff dismissed the commander of the Nahal Brigade and another senior officer in the brigade after the killing of relief workers in Gaza.
  • The occupation army admitted to committing a series of "serious mistakes" and violations of its own laws, leading to the removal of a support commander with the rank of major and an officer with the rank of colonel.
  • Israel closed 28 embassies and consulates abroad for fear of an Iranian response to the Damascus attack.
  • Due to international pressure, the occupation authorities decided to take urgent decisions to increase aid to the Gaza Strip immediately.
  • The security mini-ministerial council in Tel Aviv agreed to open the Beit Hanoun “Erez” crossing for the first time since last October 7.
  • A 950% increase in the number of people seeking psychological support has been recorded since the beginning of the war.
  • Thousands of Jordanians took part in a mass march to denounce the continued Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip.

International Measures Against Zionist Entity

  • The United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution banning arms export to the Zionist entity, with 28 votes, 6 objections, and 13 abstentions.
  • The resolution called for holding Israel accountable for possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Gaza.
  • The resolution was opposed by the United States, Germany, Paraguay, Malawi, Bulgaria, and Argentina.

Polish Foreign Ministry Protests

  • The Polish Foreign Ministry summoned the Israeli ambassador to Warsaw to protest the killing of a Polish aid worker in the Gaza Strip.
  • The US President Joe Biden pressured Netanyahu to change the type of military operations in the war waged by the occupation against Gaza.
  • The White House emphasized the need for Israel to announce and implement specific steps to address the harm to civilians, human suffering, and the safety of aid workers.

British Opinion Polls

  • An opinion poll revealed that the majority of voters support a ban on arms sales to Israel.
  • The Guardian reported that Israel is concerned about losing popular support in the United Kingdom.

CIA Director Bill Burns' Visit to Cairo

  • CIA Director Bill Burns is expected to meet with Egyptian and Israeli counterparts and the Prime Minister of Qatar to try to reach a breakthrough in the talks regarding the release of prisoners in Gaza.