Day 213 of the Israeli Genocide War on Gaza Featured

 Israel's brutal genocide war on occupied besieged Gaza entered its 213th day, with the occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes and massacres in Gaza, through dozens of airstrikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians. 

Airstrikes on Rafah & Israeli orders to Evacuate it

The occupation continues its aggression on Gaza, where 22 Palestinians, including 8 children, were martyred in airstrikes by the occupation that targeted 11 houses in Rafah yesterday evening, according to the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA). 

Later, Al Jazeera's correspondent reported an increase in the number of martyrs to 28, while the occupation forces continue to shell the eastern part of the city. 

5 Massacres

The Ministry of Health in Gaza announced that the occupation forces committed 5 massacres against families in Gaza, resulting in 52 martyrs and 90 injured taken to hospitals within the past 24 hours.

 The ministry confirmed in its daily update an increase in the toll of the aggression to 34,735 martyrs and 78,108 injured since last October 7th. 

The occupation army announced today, Monday, that it has ordered the residents to evacuate the eastern outskirts of the Rafah area in the south of Gaza Strip in preparation for an invasion. 

Starting the Evacuation of Rafah

In a statement, the army requested residents and displaced persons in the municipality of Al-Shoka, the neighborhoods of Al-Salam, Al-Jneina, Al-Zra' and Al-Bayoook for immediate evacuation and to head towards what it called the "expanded humanitarian zone" in Al-Mawasi, a coastal area between Rafah and Khan Yunis, as reported by Al Jazeera. 

Meanwhile, the "Quds Press" agency reported that the Zionist Minister of War, Yoav Galant, spoke with the US Secretary of State about starting the evacuation of Rafah. 

It said that the decision to start evacuating southern Rafah was taken by the Cabinet last night.

 Hamas Ready to Abort the Occupation’s Plans

 The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) stated that the occupation army's preparations for an attack on crowded Rafah with one and a half million citizens and displaced persons have led to civilian massacres, showing Netanyahu's government's commitment to the genocide war against our people.

The movement emphasized in a statement on Monday that "any military operation in Rafah will not be a picnic for the fascistic occupation army, and that our brave resistance, led by the Al-Qassam Brigades, is fully prepared to defend our people, defeat this enemy, thwart its plans, and thwart its goals".

Hamas called on the international community to urgently act to stop this crime, which threatens the lives of hundreds of thousands of isolated civilians, including children, women, and elderly people. They also called on humanitarian organizations, especially UNRWA, to stay in their locations in the city of Rafah and not leave or give in to the will of the fascist occupation. They urged them to continue assisting the displaced civilians who are subjected to the worst crimes by the Zionist killing machine, supported limitlessly by the American administration, a partner in the genocide war.

 Resistance Continues confronting Occupation Forces in Gaza.

They announced today, Monday, targeting the Israeli occupation forces in the Natsarim axis. The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, targeted enemy forces in the Natsarim axis with short-range "Rajom" missiles of 114 mm caliber. Meanwhile, the Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of Islamic Jihad, shelled a gathering of occupation soldiers and vehicles in the Natsarim axis, confirming direct hits.


The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) issued resolutions against Israel, demanding their members to intervene in the case filed against Israel at the International Court of Justice. The summit called for diplomatic, economic, and political measures to stop Israeli war crimes in Gaza, including legal measures such as suspending membership of members who do not comply with OIC resolutions. The summit stressed that countries cooperating with Israel are complicit in crimes tantamount to genocide, and the decision was made to "provide protection for Palestinians."

Among the decisions made in the summit are freezing the financial assets of individuals responsible for crimes in Gaza; efforts to prevent Israel from participating in international sports, cultural, and economic events; and efforts to expel Israel from international organizations and forums.