Day 207 of the Israeli Genocide War on Gaza Featured


The Israeli genocide war on Gaza has entered its 207th 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.   

Series of Israeli Raids on Gaza

The occupation continues its aggression against the Gaza Strip, where 7 citizens were martyred and others were injured, today, Tuesday, in a series of raids launched by the occupation on various areas of the Strip, according to the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa).

The Ministry of Health in Gaza stated that the occupation forces committed 5 massacres against families, as a result of which 47 martyrs and 61 injuries were hospitalized during the past 24 hours.

In its daily update, the Ministry indicated that the toll of the Zionist aggression against the Gaza Strip had risen to 34,535 martyrs and 77,704 injuries since last October 7.

A Turkish Tourist Carries out a Stabbing Attack

Palestinian sources reported that a Turkish tourist carried out a heroic stabbing attack on Tuesday near Bab al-Sahira in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, wounding a Zionist soldier.

The sources added that the occupation forces opened fire on the young man who carried out the operation, while the occupation army deployed intensively after one of its soldiers was injured in the operation.

Hebrew media reported that the perpetrator of the operation was a Turkish tourist, named Hassan Saqlanen (34 years old), and he died from his wounds, according to the “Palestinian Information Center.”

The Palestinian Center said that the resistance operations continue in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem as part of the “Al-Aqsa Flood” battle, which targets occupation soldiers and settlers, in response to their continuing crimes against our people and their sanctities.

A Message to the “Israelis”

Today, Tuesday, the “Al-Qassam” Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement “Hamas,” sent a message to “Israeli” public opinion about the reasons for the continued faltering of the exchange deal and the remaining “Israeli” prisoners in Gaza.

Al-Qassam published a picture of Netanyahu with the caption: “Because of Netanyahu’s political interests, your sons are still in captivity.”

The Death Toll of Israeli Soldiers

The occupation army announced today, Tuesday, that 10 of its soldiers were injured in battles inside the Gaza Strip during the past 48 hours.

The number of soldiers injured since the beginning of the “Al-Aqsa Flood” battle on October 7 last year rose to 3,320, including 1,593 who were injured since the beginning of the ground battles on the 27th of the same month.

In this context, the same data indicated that “514 army personnel sustained serious injuries, 879 moderate injuries, and 1,927 minor injuries.”

Regarding the death toll of soldiers, data showed that 608 officers and soldiers were killed since the beginning of the war, including 263 killed in ground battles in the Gaza Strip, according to what was reported by the “Anatolia” agency.

A Looming Invasion of Rafah

Occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to invade the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, noting, “The process of evacuating civilians from the city has begun.”

Netanyahu said that the evacuation of the Palestinians from Rafah has begun in preparation for an upcoming operation there, adding that the possibility of reaching an exchange deal is slim and “Israel” will not accept an absolute withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, according to what was reported by the “Al Jazeera Net” website.

He stressed that there was no change in the goals of the war, and that his government would not accept a settlement regarding Rafah.

Columbia University expels Palestine supporters

The student movement in the United States continues protests and sit-ins in several universities to demand an end to the aggression against the Gaza Strip that has been ongoing for more than 200 days, and to cut off American support for “Israel.”

A group of Columbia University students took control of two buildings at the university to protest the suspension of the studies of a number of students, after the end of a deadline set for them yesterday, Monday, to vacate their sit-in site on the university campus, according to Al Jazeera Net.

The American network "NBC News" reported that the administration of Columbia University in New York began expelling students participating in the pro-Palestine protests, according to what the "Arabi 21" website indicated.

Al Jazeera quoted American media as saying that the police arrested a number of students protesting in tents set up on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University in the city of Richmond, in the west of the country.

At the University of California, the demonstrators roamed a number of streets inside the university, and were able to enter the “Royce Hall” building, one of the main halls at the university, to reach the sit-in headquarters, which was now surrounded by a university security fence.