Day 192 of the Israeli Genocide War on Gaza Featured

The Israeli genocide war on Gaza has entered its 192nd day, as the Zionist occupation forces continue to commit a genocidal war in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

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.

  Continuous bombing on Civilians

The Israeli occupation has continued its aggression against the people of Gaza since last October 7, as its gunboats opened fire on a number of displaced people today, Monday, while they were trying to return to their homes in the northern Gaza Strip.

Palestinian sources reported that the occupation gunboats opened fire on hundreds of displaced people who were trying to return to their homes in Gaza City and the North Governorate via the Wadi Gaza Bridge on Al-Rashid Street, wounding at least two of them.

She added that a child died from injuries she sustained yesterday, as a result of her and her family being targeted by the occupation forces as they attempted to return to the northern Gaza Strip, via Al-Rashid Street.

Yesterday, Sunday, five citizens, including a woman, were martyred as a result of occupation artillery targeting displaced people on Al-Rashid Street while they were trying to return to the northern Gaza Strip.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported the martyrdom of the child Malak Haniyeh, the granddaughter of the head of the political bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), Ismail Haniyeh, who had been in intensive care at Kamal Adwan Hospital since she was injured on the first day of Eid al-Fitr.

The Ministry said in its daily update: The Israeli occupation committed 7 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 68 martyrs and 94 injuries to hospitals during the past 24 hours.

It confirmed that the toll of the aggression had risen to 33,797 martyrs and 76,465 injuries since the seventh of last October.

She pointed out that a number of victims are still under rubble and on the roads, and ambulance and civil defense crews cannot reach them.

Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, said that it bombed a command-and-control position belonging to the Zionist enemy in the land of Sheikh Ali Abu Madin, in the vicinity of Palestine University, north of Nuseirat, in the central Gaza Strip, with a barrage of heavy-caliber mortar shells.

Today, Monday, the brigades showed scenes of targeting Zionist enemy soldiers and fortifications east of Jabalia with machine guns.

Details of Hamas' Response

Sources revealed details of the response of the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas to the mediators regarding the proposed ceasefire and prisoner exchange agreement in Gaza.

According to what sources revealed to Al Jazeera, “Hamas” adhered to the proposed framework for a ceasefire in 3 stages; Each one lasts 42 days.

Hamas also stipulated the withdrawal of the Israeli occupation forces to the dividing line in all areas in the first stage, and demanded the return of the displaced to the northern Gaza Strip and the guarantee of freedom of movement in all its areas.

The movement stipulated that a permanent ceasefire be announced in the second phase before the prisoner exchange could begin, and also demanded the withdrawal of the occupation forces from the Gaza Strip in the second phase.

Regarding the exchange of prisoners, Hamas offered, in exchange for the release of any civilian prisoner, the release of 30 Palestinian prisoners.

It also called for the release of 50 Palestinian prisoners for every female soldier, including 30 life sentencers, and the lifting of the sanctions that were imposed against all Palestinian prisoners after last October 7.

She stressed the need for the third phase to include a commitment to end the blockade and begin the process of rebuilding the Strip.

  Rafah Invasion

 Benjamin Netanyahu decided to postpone the ground invasion of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, the day after the Iranian attack on Israel, while the occupation army announced that it would soon call in two divisions of reserve forces for operations in the Gaza Strip.

The Hebrew Channel 12 reported that the date has been postponed at this stage, and that military censorship does not allow the publication of further details regarding this.

Last week, Netanyahu said that a date had been set to carry out a ground operation in Rafah in order to "complete the elimination of the remaining Hamas brigades" and achieve what he described as absolute victory in the war.

Iranian Attack on Israel

International reactions to the Iranian attack on the Zionist entity continue, at a time when reports are coming in of anticipation of an Israeli response to Iran’s attacks today.

Western countries, led by France and Britain, expressed their concern about the escalation of tension in the region, and called on the Israeli occupation to exercise restraint, avoid further escalation, and settle all disputes exclusively through political and diplomatic methods.

The Wall Street Journal reported the expectations of American and Western officials for Israel’s response to the Iranian attacks on Monday, stressing that the United States will not participate in that, and that it is pushing “Israel” not to do anything that might lead to an escalation of the conflict, according to the “Al-Arabi” website. the new".