Day 189 of the Israeli Genocide War on Gaza Featured


Israeli Genocide War on Gaza has entered its 189th day, as the occupation forces continue to commit war crimes and massacres in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

For its part, 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.

Below is a quick follow-up of the most prominent developments:

On the third day of Eid al-Fitr, the Israeli occupation forces continue brutal aggression against the Palestinian people in Gaza.

New massacres  

The Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported that occupation aircraft launched raids on a house for the Al-Tatabibi family, in the Al-Sidra area, in the Al-Daraj neighborhood in central Gaza City. Which resulted in the death of more than 29 citizens and the injury of dozens.

The Ministry of Health said, in its daily statistical report on the number of martyrs and wounded as a result of the ongoing aggression for the 189th day on the Gaza Strip: The “Israeli” occupation is committing 8 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, of which 89 martyrs and 120 injuries reached hospitals during the past 24 hours.

The Ministry announced that the toll of the aggression on the Gaza Strip had risen to 33,634 martyrs and 76,214 injured.

The ministry added that there are still a number of victims under the rubble and on the roads, and ambulance and civil defense crews cannot reach them.

For the second day, the occupation continues its bombing of the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Information Center said: This Friday morning, the occupation boats bombed the primary school opposite the Orouba School in the new camp in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip, resulting in one martyr and a number of wounded.

Fierce Battles against Occupation

Al-Aqsa TV reported that fierce battles were fought by the resistance today, Friday, against the occupation forces north of the Nuseirat camp.

The government media office in Gaza said: Today, Friday, the Israeli occupation army targeted 3 journalists during their media coverage in the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip, in continuation of the genocidal war.

They added that this targeting led to the amputation of journalist Sami Shehadeh's leg, and the injury of the other two journalists in different areas of their bodies.

Demonstration in Amman

Hundreds of Jordanians demonstrated in the center of the capital, Amman, today, Friday, in support of the Palestinian people and the resistance, and to demand an end to the ongoing Zionist aggression against the Gaza Strip.

The demonstrators expressed their solidarity with the head of the political bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), Ismail Haniyeh, after three of his sons and a number of his grandchildren were martyred in a Zionist raid west of Gaza City.

Jordanian sources reported that the demonstrators also called on the government to cancel all agreements of humiliation and shame with the Zionist enemy, stop all normalization processes, stop the land bridge that reaches the Zionist enemy, and launch a land bridge to break the siege on Gaza and deliver aid and urgent humanitarian needs to the people of Gaza.

  Palestine’s membership in the UN

Several countries confirmed their willingness to recognize a Palestinian state and support its membership in the United Nations.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said in a press conference with his Norwegian counterpart Jonas Gahr Storhe: An urgent ceasefire must be reached in Gaza and humanitarian institutions must be allowed to operate without any threat, and more violence and killing of civilians cannot be allowed in Gaza.

Sanchez added: “We are ready to recognize Palestine as a state as soon as possible and full membership in the United Nations.”

Sanchez, who is considered one of the most critical voices of “Israel” in the European Union, told the Spanish representatives on Wednesday that recognizing a Palestinian state is a geopolitical interest for Europe, stressing again that Madrid is ready to take this step, according to the “Arabs 48” website.

Sanchez said: The international community cannot help the Palestinian state unless it recognizes its existence.

In turn, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Storhe said: Norway is ready to recognize a Palestinian state and support its membership in the United Nations.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning also said: Her country supports Palestine's full membership in the United Nations.

The presidency of the UN Security Council announced, on Thursday, that no consensus had been reached regarding the Palestinian initiative to obtain full membership in the United Nations, despite the approval of two-thirds of the members of the committee concerned with accepting new members to the Council.

Travel Warnings

Western countries called on their citizens not to travel to the Zionist entity in light of Iranian threats to attack “Israeli” sites in response to the targeting of its embassy in Damascus.

The US embassy said in a security warning published on Thursday: Out of an abundance of caution, US government employees and their family members are prohibited from traveling outside the greater Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Beersheba areas until further notice.

Agence France-Presse reported that the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs advised the French not to travel to Iran, Israel, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories.

The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs decided to return the families of diplomats in Tehran to France.

The British Foreign Office called on its nationals in the Zionist entity to leave if their stay there is not necessary.

Reuters reported that the Indian Foreign Ministry advised Indian citizens not to travel to the Zionist entity until further notice.