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The genocidal war on the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its 252nd day, with the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and various murders in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

Occupation Continues its Incursion into Rafah

The occupation army announced today, Friday, the continuation of its incursion into the south and central Gaza Strip, in light of the continued efforts of mediators to reach a ceasefire agreement, according to the Anadolu Agency.

The army said in a statement that its forces continue their operations in the Rafah area, while the forces of the 99th Division continue their operations in the central Gaza Strip.

The army claimed, “Over the past 24 hours, it eliminated a number of militants and discovered many weapons and underground tunnel openings.”

20 Martyrs since Dawn  

The occupation continues its aggression against Gaza, as Palestinian sources reported that at least 20 citizens were martyred in occupation raids on various areas of the Gaza Strip since dawn today.

4 Massacres within 24 Hours

During the past 24 hours, the Zionist occupation committed 4 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, resulting in 34 martyrs and 71 injuries, according to the Gaza Ministry of Health.

With these massacres, the toll of the aggression rose to 37,266 martyrs and 85,102 injuries since the seventh of last October.

40 Children Died of Hunger

Today, Friday, medical sources announced the death of a child due to famine and drought, bringing the number of victims of malnutrition in the Gaza Strip to 40, according to the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa).

The same sources said: A child died as a result of malnutrition, dehydration, and a lack of medical supplies at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in the city of Deir Al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.

Prominent Resistance Operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Al-Qassam Brigades” announced, today, Friday, that its fighters were waging fierce battles with the enemy forces penetrating west of the Tal al-Sultan neighborhood in the city of Rafah, noting that they had targeted 3 Zionist “Merkvah” tanks. With “Al-Yassin 105” missiles.

It added that it bombed the occupation forces penetrating southwest of the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood in the city of Rafah with mortar shells.

Al-Quds Brigades said: “We bombed a command and control center belonging to the Zionist enemy in the “Netzarim” axis with (107) missiles.

It added that its Mujahideen targeted, with anti-personnel lightning bombs, the soldiers of the Zionist enemy penetrating the center of the city of Rafah.

Occupation Killed two of its Prisoners

Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), said that the occupation army killed two of its prisoners in an air strike on the city of Rafah a few days ago.

Al-Qassam added that the occupation government does not want the prisoners to return except in coffins.

Facts about children of Gaza

The government media office in Gaza published important facts about the reality of Gaza’s children under the aggression, as follows:

- 15,694 children killed by the occupation.

- About 34,000 children were injured.

- 3,600 children are missing under the rubble.

- About 1,500 children lost limbs or eyes or suffered permanent disability due to injury.

- At least 200 children were kidnapped by the occupation.

- 17,000 children became orphans, 3% of whom lost both parents.

- More than 700,000 children were forcibly displaced from their places of residence.

- About 650,000 children lost their homes after they were destroyed by the occupation.

- 625,000 children were forced by the aggression to drop out of school and lose the academic year.

- 98% of Gaza’s children do not find safe drinking water, and depend on less than 3 liters of water per day.

- 3,500 children with chronic diseases are at risk of death due to malnutrition and lack of necessary medical care.

- 60,000 fetuses in their mothers’ wombs, at risk of miscarriage, death, or birth defects due to the effects of bombs and explosives.

- About 40,000 infants did not receive the necessary immunizations and vaccinations on a regular basis.

- 82,000 children showed symptoms of malnutrition, 35% of whom suffered severe symptoms.

- 33 children lost their lives due to famine and malnutrition.

- 450,000 children are at risk of developing chest cancer and respiratory diseases, due to reliance on burning rubble waste to prepare food.

- All children in Gaza are vulnerable to epidemics and infectious diseases, due to the lack of personal hygiene and overcrowding in areas of displacement and shelter.

All children in Gaza suffer from psychological trauma and behavioral problems such as fear, anxiety, and depression due to the aggression.

 

The war of genocide waged by Israel against the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its 251st day, amidst the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes against civilians, including women, children, and the elderly in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.  

Raids on Rafah and Nuseirat

The occupation continues its aggression against Gaza, as the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) reported hearing explosions and heavy gunfire from occupation tanks in the western area of ​​the city of Rafah, coinciding with Apache warplanes and occupation boats firing at the same area. Which led to the destruction of entire residential buildings.

Wafa added that medical teams recovered the bodies of 3 martyrs and a number of wounded, most of them children, as a result of targeting a house in the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip.

The agency indicated that an occupation drone bombed a gathering of citizens on Al-Rashid Street near the Gaza port. Which led to the death of a citizen and the injury of others.

An Al Jazeera correspondent reported that 5 Palestinians were martyred and 5 injured as the occupation forces targeted citizens in the Al-Mughraqa area, north of the Central Governorate in the Gaza Strip.

30 Martyrs in 3 Massacres

During the past 24 hours, the Zionist occupation committed 3 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, resulting in 30 martyrs and 105 injuries of varying degrees.

With these massacres, the toll of the aggression rose to 37,232 martyrs and 85,037 injuries since the seventh of last October.

Prominent resistance operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Al-Qassam Brigades” announced, today, Thursday, the targeting of the command and control rooms of the occupation forces in the “Netzarim” axis with heavy-caliber mortar shells.

Yesterday evening, Wednesday, Al-Qassam announced that its fighters had engaged in fierce clashes with enemy forces penetrating east of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City.

 Al-Quds Brigades said that they bombed the Zionist enemy concentrations surrounding the "Karam Abu Salem" site and the "Soufa Military Site" east of the city of Rafah with a barrage of heavy mortar shells.

Hamas to Blinken: Your policy is complicit in genocide

The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) confirmed that it demonstrated, in all stages of the negotiations to stop the aggression, the positive required to reach a comprehensive and satisfactory agreement, based on the just demands of our people. Hamas's demands are for a final halt to the aggression, a complete withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, the return of the displaced, reconstruction and the conclusion of a serious prisoner exchange deal.

Hamas stressed that the positions issued by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, through which he attempted to exonerate the Zionist occupation, wash his hands stained with the blood of innocent children, women and the elderly, and hold the movement responsible for obstructing reaching an agreement. Hamas added that this is a continuation of the American policy of complicity in the brutal war of extermination against our Palestinian people, which allows the occupation to continue its crime with full American political and military cover.

Fires in 15 sites

Al Jazeera reported from the Hebrew newspaper Maariv that about 150 rocket shells were fired from southern Lebanon in the last batch on various areas in the Golan and Upper Galilee, leading to the outbreak of fires in 15 locations.

Since yesterday, Wednesday, the occupation continues to fight fires following the firing of shells from southern Lebanon.

  American Law to prevent Funding Reconstruction of Gaza

The American “Intercept” website reported that the US House of Representatives voted to support a resolution preventing President Joe Biden’s administration from funding the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip.

This resolution was submitted by a number of Republican representatives, led by Brian Mast from Florida, Representatives Claudia Tenney from New York, and Eli Crane from Arizona. They adopted an amendment to a law authorizing the annual defense budget for the year 2025, while Democrats opposed the amendment, which was approved by a simple voice vote, according to the Palestinian Information Center.

 

 

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Kuwait in a Week

June 13, 2024

Thursday,13th May,2024

Crown Prince meets Al-Sabah family members

 

  HH the Crown Prince Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah met Monday evening with the Al-Sabah family at Bayan Palace and recalled Kuwaiti rulers and loyal citizens throughout the years. During a speech on the occasion, HH Sheikh Sabah recalled various stands of Kuwaiti rulers in the past and its loyal citizens, which have set the most wonderful examples in confronting the most difficult circumstances and challenges to the homeland.

HH the Crown Prince remembered the values of fathers and grandfathers instilled in the most severe situations that required solidarity and cohesion from all, until the dear homeland crossed those difficult circumstances and sailed its ship to safety. HH Sheikh Sabah stressed the need to continue with such a leadership journey towards further progress and prosperity for the nation under the wise leadership of HH the Amir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

HH Sheikh Sabah called on Al-Sabah family members to be the best supporters of HH the Amir and embody the best example of good morals and adherence to the law. HH Sheikh Sabah stressed the rule of law will be respected and upheld for everyone without discrimination or exception, wishing them continued success and prosperity for the benefit and good of their country. — KUNA

Kuwait mourns as fire kills 49

MoI vows resolute response to building violations

 

  The death toll of a fiery fire that gutted a multi-storey building in the southern district of Al-Mangaf early on Wednesday has jumped to 49, the Ministry of Interior announced. Major General Nasser Abu-Slaib, the MoI Security Information Director, affirmed in a press release that the landlords of burned buildings would be stiffly penalized.  

Personnel of the MoI’s directorate general of criminal evidence are investigating the causes of the fire and identifying some victims. His Highness the Amir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah has ordered the relevant officials to instantly follow up on the tragic occurrence, seek to identify its causes, and bring those responsible to account.

Meanwhile, Kuwait’s public prosecutor has started an investigation into a fire that tore through a building housing expat workers in the southern Mangaf area. The probe aims to uncover the circumstances behind the incident and what might have triggered the deadly inferno, the public prosecutor said on social media platform X, praising the state-wide response to the disaster.

First Deputy Prime Minister, Defense Minister, and Interior Minister Sheikh Fahad Al-Yousef Saud Al-Sabah has warned that any building violation would be addressed without prior warning as of Thursday. The minister gave the warning in the aftermath of the fire incident. “As of Thursday, the Municipality and its teams will respond to all violations at all apartment buildings without prior warning,” the minister told reporters while inspecting the fire site. The owner of the blaze building will be kept in custody until investigations into the causes of the fire are over, the minister pointed out.

Minister suspends officials

Minister of Public Works and Minister of Municipality Dr Noura Al-Mashaan suspended on Wednesday administrators at the Al-Ahmadi Municipal branch pending investigations into the fire that engulfed a building in the Mangaf area. In a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), Dr Al-Mashaan affirmed that she instructed the municipality to open a full investigation into the matter.

On his part, Director General of Kuwait Municipality Saud Al-Dabbous expressed deep condolences to the families of the victims, affirming that an investigation was launched to determine the cause of the blaze. The suspended administrators were replaced by colleagues from other branches until the investigative process was concluded, he affirmed. — KUNA

Yemen launches ‘Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad College

 

  Governor of Yemen’s Socotra Island, Raafat Al-Thuqli, and Deputy Minister of Technical Education, Abd Rabbu Al-Mahwali, laid the foundation stone for a community college project named after the late Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. The college project is being launched under the support, supervision, and implementation of the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED).

The Yemeni News Agency (SABA) reported that the project includes a building for classrooms with a conference hall that can accommodate about 700 individuals, administrative and residential buildings, housing for faculty members and students, a restaurant, a mosque, a playground, and other buildings on an area of 45,000 sq m in the city of Hadibu, the center of the governorate.

Al-Thuqli appreciated the efforts of Kuwait and its unlimited support for education in Yemen, adding that proceeding with the project confirms the government’s interest in establishing educational institutions that enhance the labor market with qualified and specialized cadres. For his part, Al-Mahwali expressed his happiness for laying the foundation stone of the project, pointing out that this project will contribute to strengthening the specialized scientific aspect of Socotra Island. — KUNA

 Kuwait Ranks 3rd in Arab Education Quality and 44th Globally

In a recent study conducted between January and April 2024, the United Arab Emirates was distinguished by being ranked first in the Arab world on the list of the best educational systems in the world. The results were published in the American newspaper “Ceoworld”, which based its classification on two basic criteria: quality of education and educational opportunity.

Study methodology

The researchers evaluated 16 indicators under these two criteria, allocating 100 points to each indicator. The study included 93 educational systems around the world and was based on 196,000 responses received by the magazine during the study period.

Global rankings

  • The United Kingdom: first in the world with a score of 78.2% in quality of education and 69.79% in educational opportunity.
  • The United States: second in the world.
  • Australia: third.
  • Netherlands: fourth.
  • Sweden: fifth.

Arabic classification

  • The United Arab Emirates: first in the Arab world and 20th in the world, with a score of 64 in quality of education and 52.94 in educational opportunity.
  • The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: 2nd in the Arab world and 38th in the world, with a score of 58.4 in quality of education and 46.45 in education opportunity.
  • Kuwait: 3rd in the Arab world and 44th in the world, with a score of 56.7 in quality of education and 45.96 in education opportunity.
  • Bahrain: 4th in the Arab world and 51st in the world, with a score of 54.1 in quality of education and 44.73 in education opportunity.
  • Tunisia: 5th in the Arab world and 59th in the world, with a score of 51.4 in quality of education and 43.93 in education opportunity.
  • The Sultanate of Oman ranked sixth in the Arab world and 64th in the world, followed by Qatar, which ranked seventh in the Arab world and 67th in the world.
  • Lebanon is ranked eighth in the Arab world and 82nd globally, Jordan is ranked ninth in the Arab world and 88th globally, and finally Libya is ranked tenth in the Arab world and 89th globally.

Classification criteria

Quality of education: It included the general education system, readiness to attend university, number of research institutions, university funding, specialized experience, research outputs, and performance of higher education institutions.

Educational opportunity: included adult literacy rates, graduation rates, primary, secondary, and university completion rates, in addition to government spending on education as a percentage of GDP.

The importance of classifications

These classifications are approximate and depend on some indicators from which rough conclusions can be drawn. However, they provide valuable guidance that helps individuals choose places and universities that enhance their educational attainment.

With this classification, the UAE proves its position as a leader in the field of education in the Arab world, enhancing its reputation as a preferred destination for students seeking high-quality education.

Source: Ceoworld

Gulf Bank studying transition to Sharia-compliant banking

 

Gulf Bank announced last Tuesday 11th May that its board of directors has approved the engagement of an international consultant to conduct a feasibility study on converting Gulf Bank into a Sharia-compliant institution.

In an official disclosure on the Boursa Kuwait website, signed by Chairman of the Board of Directors Bader Nasser Al-Kharafi, the bank confirmed it has received no objection from the Central Bank of Kuwait to proceed with the study to transition to an Islamic bank. Gulf Bank will disclose the study’s findings upon completion. 

Cooperating with Awqaf Secretariat "Balad Al-Khair distribute sacrifices to 126 needy families in Kuwait."

The Balad Al-Khair Association revealed a new cooperation that brings it together with the General Secretariat of Endowments, to distribute sacrifices to needy families inside Kuwait. To make them happy during the Eid days and bring joy to their hearts.

Othman Al-Thuwaini, Director of the Balad Al-Khair Association, confirmed that preparations are continuing in full swing to welcome Eid Al-Adha so that its days will bring happiness to our brothers from needy families inside the State of Kuwait.

He added that the General Secretariat of Endowments continues its efforts to provide a helping hand to the groups most in need of care, including orphans, widows, and families of the sick, whose financial capabilities prevent them from feeling the joy of Eid. This is why cooperation with the Balad Al Khair Association was to distribute 42 sacrifices, benefiting 126 needy families.

Al-Thuwaini continued that the selection of sacrifices and their slaughter is done in accordance with Islamic law, in a way that preserves their dignity and makes their hearts happy.

He pointed out that cooperation between the Balad Al Khair Association and the Endowments Secretariat is always renewed to extend a helping hand to our needy brothers, especially on occasions when they need to feel happy.

Al-Thuwaini concluded that the Balad Al-Khair Association has launched, in recent days, many charitable projects related to sacrificial animals inside and outside the State of Kuwait, in continuation of its role in helping honorable donors revive the ritual and reap the reward, as well as helping beneficiaries with sacrificial meat, in a way that supports them and makes their hearts happy.

Kuwaiti charities urge solidarity with Sudan to face humanitarian crisis resulting from war

In light of the worsening humanitarian crisis in Sudan, Kuwaiti charitable societies and foundations express their deep concern about the catastrophic situation that the Sudanese people have been experiencing since mid-April 2023. What is the current situation in Sudan? How can the international community aid?

The extent of suffering and unrest

More than 8.8 million people have fled their homes in light of the ongoing conflict, reflecting the extent of the suffering and turmoil faced by the Sudanese people.

Statistics indicate that access to food is the highest priority for displaced people, followed by health care services, water and sanitation facilities, especially in the Darfur and Kordofan regions.

As for future challenges, rising levels of hunger and malnutrition are expected to increase hunger-related mortality rates in the coming months, posing a major threat to the lives of thousands.

Kuwaiti aid efforts

Kuwaiti charitable societies and organizations continue their efforts to provide urgent humanitarian aid, which includes food, medicines, and necessities for daily life.

For his part, the head of the Federation of Kuwaiti Charitable Societies and Organizations, Saad Al-Otaibi, calls on countries and humanitarian organizations to provide the necessary support and assistance to overcome this humanitarian crisis.

Al-Otaibi thanks the Kuwaiti government agencies for their continued support and great contributions in delivering humanitarian aid to those affected in Sudan.

Al-Otaibi appeals to the international community to stand by the Sudanese people in this difficult ordeal and alleviate their suffering in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Affairs.

The humanitarian situation in Sudan requires urgent and coordinated intervention to alleviate the suffering of millions of displaced and affected people. Which calls on us all to stand by Sudan in this critical period and provide the necessary support and assistance.

 

 The war of genocide waged by Israel against the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its 250th day, amidst the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes against civilians, including women, children, and the elderly in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

14 Martyrs since Dawn Today

The occupation continues its aggression against Gaza, as Palestinian sources reported that 6 citizens were killed when the occupation aircraft bombed a house near Al-Abrar Mosque in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City.

The occupation artillery bombed large areas in the center and west of Rafah: Al-Shaboura Camp, the Al-Balad area, the vicinity of Zo’rob Roundabout, and Tal Zo’rob, resulting in the death and injury of a number of citizens, including children and women.

Earlier today at dawn, 7 citizens were martyred and a number were wounded in a Zionist missile bombardment that targeted a house in the Shujaiya neighborhood, east of Gaza City.

A child was killed and a number of citizens were injured in a bombing that targeted a house in the Al-Nasr neighborhood, north of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

3,000 Children in Rafah are at Risk of Death

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said that about 3,000 children suffering from malnutrition are at risk of death due to being deprived of receiving the necessary treatment as a result of the "Israeli" attack on the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, according to what Anatolia Agency reported.

Prominent Resistance Operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Al-Qassam Brigades” announced, today, Wednesday, the bombardment of the occupation forces penetrating east of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City with mortar shells.

As for the Al-Quds Brigades, it announced the bombing of the transmission towers at the Zionist site of Nahal Oz, east of Gaza City.

The "Saraya" added that it bombed with 60-caliber regular mortar shells a gathering of Zionist enemy vehicles and soldiers penetrating the vicinity of Al-Salam Mosque, west of Al-Shaboura Camp in the city of Rafah.

Resistance Factions Announce their Response

On Tuesday evening, the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) and Islamic Jihad announced that they had delivered the response of the resistance factions to mediators.

The two movements said, in a press statement: The leaders of the two movements, Ismail Haniyeh and Ziad Nakhla, were at the forefront of a joint delegation to deliver the response of the resistance factions on Tuesday evening to the Qatari brothers during a meeting with the Qatari Prime Minister, and the response was also sent to the Egyptian brothers.

The two movements stressed that the response prioritizes the interest of our Palestinian people, and the necessity of completely stopping the ongoing aggression against Gaza, and withdrawing from the entire Gaza Strip.

The delegation expressed its readiness to deal positively to reach an agreement to end this war against our people, based on a sense of national responsibility.

For his part, member of the Hamas Political Bureau, Izzat Al-Rishq, confirmed that the response of the movement and the Palestinian factions is responsible, serious and positive.

Today, Wednesday, Al-Rishq stressed that the Zionist media’s incitement to Hamas’ response; An indication of attempts to evade the agreement’s entitlements.

The Hamas leader indicated that the response of the movement and the factions is consistent with the demands of our people and our resistance, and opens a wide way to reach an agreement.

Qatar Received a Response from Hamas  

The Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: The State of Qatar and the Arab Republic of Egypt received a response from the Palestinian Resistance Movement (Hamas) and the Palestinian factions regarding the proposed ceasefire and prisoner exchange deal.

She confirmed in a statement, yesterday evening, Tuesday, that their joint mediation efforts (Egypt and Qatar) with the United States are continuing until an agreement is reached.

She indicated that the mediators will study the response and coordinate with the concerned parties regarding the next steps.

170 Missiles Launched towards Galilee Regions

Al Jazeera reported from Occupation Army Radio that more than 170 rockets were fired from southern Lebanon towards the Galilee regions, the northern Jordan Valley, the occupied Syrian Golan, the occupied Shebaa Farms and the Kafr Shuba hills, which is the largest number of rockets fired by Hezbollah in one day since 8 months. Last October, the day after one of the party leaders was killed.

The occupation army said: A number of fires broke out in the north as a result of missiles launched from Lebanon.

 

 

 The war of genocide waged by Israel against the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its 249th day, amidst the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes against civilians, including women, children, and the elderly in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.  

More Than 20 Martyrs since Dawn Today

The occupation continues its aggression against Gaza, as an Al Jazeera correspondent reported that the occupation forces opened fire on the tents of displaced people in the Mawasi Rafah area, south of the Gaza Strip, confirming the death of two young men and the wounding of another in a raid that targeted the west of the city.

The reporter also confirmed the death and injury of two Palestinians in an “Israeli” bombing that targeted an inhabited house in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, north of Gaza City.

He added that 3 Palestinians were martyred and 5 people were injured when occupation aircraft bombed a house in Al Khawalda in the middle of the Gaza Strip, and that 8 people were martyred as a result of an “Israeli” bombing that targeted a house in the Al Daraj neighborhood in central Gaza City.

The reporter said: “Israeli” raids targeted a house on Al-Ma’am Street in the Al-Daraj neighborhood in central Gaza City, and that civil defense teams and ambulance crews transported the bodies of the martyrs and a number of the wounded to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir Al-Balah in the center of the Strip.

In Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, 8 people were martyred and others were injured in an “Israeli” bombing that targeted a house in the town of Al-Fukhari.

3 Massacres Within 24 Hours

The occupation committed 3 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 40 martyrs and 120 injuries during the past 24 hours, according to the Ministry of Health.

Thus, the toll of the aggression rises to 37,164 martyrs and 84,832 injuries since the seventh of last October.

Prominent Resistance Operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Jerusalem Brigades,” the military wing of the Islamic Jihad movement, announced today, Tuesday, the bombing of the “Kissufim” military site on the Gaza Strip with a missile salvo.

The brigades added that they sniped a Zionist soldier in the “Netzarim” axis, south of Tel al-Hawa in Gaza City.

The occupation announces the end of its aggression in the Gaza Strip

The occupation army announced, today, Tuesday, the end of its aggression against the central Gaza Strip, about 6 days after it began.

The Anadolu Agency quoted the occupation army as saying: “The forces of the 98th Division completed their mission and the joint division’s attack east of Deir al-Balah and east of Bureij, above and below ground.”

  Hamas Welcomes a Decision to Cease-fire

Yesterday, Monday, the UN Security Council adopted an American draft resolution supporting the ceasefire plan in Gaza, and an unconditional implementation of the proposed deal announced by US President Joe Biden.

The American draft resolution stipulates “a permanent ceasefire, complete withdrawal from Gaza, prisoner exchange, reconstruction, the return of displaced persons, and the rejection of any demographic change in the Strip,” according to “Al Jazeera Net.”

 For its part, the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) welcomed and emphasized what was included in the Security Council resolution regarding a permanent ceasefire in Gaza, complete withdrawal, prisoner exchange, reconstruction, and the return of displaced persons to their areas of residence. It also affirmed the rejection of any demographic change or reduction in the area of ​​the Gaza Strip, and demanded the necessary aid for our people in the Strip.

The movement confirmed in a press statement yesterday, Monday, its readiness to cooperate with mediators to enter into indirect negotiations on the implementation of these principles that are in line with the demands of our people and our resistance.

It also affirmed its continued endeavor and struggle with all of our people to achieve their national rights, foremost of which is defeating the occupation and establishing its independent, fully sovereign Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, and the right of return and self-determination.

International Conference for Gaza

Today, Tuesday, Jordan hosted an international conference on emergency humanitarian response in the Gaza Strip in light of the continued suffering of the residents of the Strip, which has been subjected to Zionist aggression since last October 7.

The conference is being held jointly organized by the United Nations, Jordan and Egypt, and includes leaders of states, heads of government, and heads of international humanitarian and relief organizations. It aims to identify ways to enhance the international community’s response to the humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip.

The conference participants called for allowing humanitarian aid to enter the Gaza Strip and to put pressure on the occupation not to use the weapon of starvation against the residents of the Gaza Strip. They stressed that there is no safe zone in Gaza, according to Al Jazeera Net.

 

The war of genocide waged by Israel against the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its 248th day, amidst the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes against civilians, including women, children, and the elderly in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

Occupation Commits 5 New Massacres

The occupation continues its aggression against Gaza, as medical sources revealed that more than 20 martyrs were killed in the continuous Zionist bombing of various areas in the Gaza Strip since dawn today.

During the past 24 hours, the occupation committed 5 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 40 martyrs and 218 injuries, according to the Ministry of Health.

The Ministry confirmed in a statement that the toll of the aggression had risen to 37,124 martyrs and 84,712 injuries since the seventh of last October.

“UNRWA”: 20 Years to Erase the Destruction of Gaza

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said that more than half of the buildings in the Gaza Strip were destroyed, adding through its account on the “X” platform that removing the rubble will take years.

In this context, agency spokesman Jonathan Fowler said in an interview with “Anadolu” that the destruction caused by the “Israeli” war on Gaza exceeds what resulted from World War II in Europe, and that it will take more than 20 years to erase it and rebuild the Palestinian Strip.

Prominent Resistance Operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Al-Qassam Brigades” announced, today, Monday, the detonation of a booby-trapped house inside which a Zionist force was holed up in the Shaboura camp in the city of Rafah, noting that it left members of the force dead and wounded.

Al-Qassam said: Immediately upon the arrival of the rescue force, our mujahideen bombarded the vicinity of the house that was bombed with mortar shells.

It added that it targeted a D9 military bulldozer with an Al-Yassin 105 shell near Al-Awda Mosque in the center of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

Resignation of Israeli Leaders

Yesterday evening, Sunday evening, the two ministers in the Zionist war government, Benny Gantz and Gadi Eisenkot, announced their resignation in objection to the way Netanyahu is conducting the war on Gaza.

Gantz and Eisenkot, partners in the State Camp party (12 MPs out of 120 in the Knesset), accused Netanyahu of pursuing policies that serve his own political interests and failing to achieve the declared goals of the war on Gaza, especially eliminating the Hamas movement and returning prisoners from the Strip. According to Anadolu Agency.

Yesterday, Sunday, the commander of the Gaza Division in the occupation army, Brigadier General Avi Rosenfeld, announced his resignation from his position due to his failure to protect the military bases and settlements adjacent to the Gaza Strip on October 7, according to what Anadolu reported, citing Hebrew media.

The Hebrew Broadcasting Corporation said: The commander of the Gaza Division, Brigadier General Avi Rosenfeld, announced his retirement, as a result of his failure in the mission to protect the Gaza envelope area.

Rosenfeld added, “Everyone must bear responsibility for what happened on October 7.”

Washington Considering Unilateral Agreement with Hamas

NBC News, citing current and former senior officials in the White House, revealed that the US administration discussed the possibility of negotiating a unilateral agreement with Hamas to secure the release of five American detainees in Gaza, if the current ceasefire talks fail.

The officials, who were briefed on the discussions, said that such negotiations would not include “Israel,” and would be conducted through Qatari interlocutors, as is customary.

 Swansea University Withdraws its Investments  

Al Jazeera Net reported that the British Swansea University announced its intention to withdraw its investment amounting to 5 million pounds sterling from Barclays Bank within the next two months.

The website explained that the decision came in response to the demands of the protesters who remained in the university grounds for 28 days in rejection of the continuation of the “Israeli” war on Gaza and the investment of their universities in companies that they consider supportive of the ongoing war on the Palestinians.

 

The war of genocide waged by Israel against the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its 247th day, amidst the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes against civilians, including women, children, and the elderly in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

Continuous bombing of central Gaza

The occupation intensifies its missile and artillery bombardment on the central governorate in Gaza, a day after it committed a massacre in the Nuseirat camp.

Palestinian sources reported that at least three citizens were martyred, and a number of injuries occurred, after the occupation targeted a house in the Bureij camp.

The same sources also announced the death of two citizens in the occupation bombing of the Tal al-Sultan neighborhood, west of the city of Rafah.

Medical sources reported that 4 martyrs arrived at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital after they were recovered east of Al-Maghazi camp in the central Gaza Strip.

 Victims of the Nuseirat Massacre Increased

The government media office in Gaza announced on Sunday that the number of victims of the Nuseirat camp massacre had risen to 274 martyrs and 698 injured, some of them in critical condition.

The government office said: The number of martyrs as a result of the “Israeli” occupation’s crime against civilians in the Nuseirat massacre yesterday reached 274 martyrs, including 64 children, 57 women, and 37 elderly people. Among the number of martyrs who arrived were bodies consisting of body parts, and it was difficult to identify them, while the number of casualties reached 698, including 153 children, 161 women, and 54 elderly people. Among the number of casualties were amputees and serious injuries.

50 Hungry Children in Northern Gaza

Medical sources announced on Sunday that 50 children are suffering from malnutrition and starvation in the northern Gaza Strip.

Sources at Kamal Adwan Hospital in Jabalia Camp said: About 50 children suffering from malnutrition were counted in just one week.

She added that the specter of famine looms over Gaza, and we recorded signs of malnutrition in some children.

Prominent Resistance Operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Al-Qassam Brigades” announced today, Sunday, the destruction of the occupation forces stationed west of the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood in the city of Rafah, south of the Strip, with heavy-caliber mortar shells.

Al-Qassam said: Its fighters were able to snipe a Zionist soldier in the Tal Zorob area, west of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

It added that it, in partnership with the "Jerusalem Brigades", bombed the "Sufa" military site with a missile salvo.

It also announced the targeting of an Apache helicopter with a SAM 7 missile in the sea sky of the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

 Israeli Soldier Committed Suicide

Hebrew Radio reported that a soldier committed suicide after receiving an order to return to military service in the Gaza Strip, according to the Palestinian Information Center.

Hebrew media reported that the soldier who committed suicide was a driver of a D9 bulldozer in Gaza for 78 days. He suffered psychological shock and the army did not recognize him as disabled, and the day before his return to the Strip, he committed suicide.

The suicide soldier had previously published pictures of his crimes and bragged about his acts of brutal destruction in the Gaza Strip.

Since October 7, 10 Zionist officers and soldiers have committed suicide, a number of whom committed suicide during battles in the settlements surrounding Gaza, according to the Hebrew newspaper Haaretz.

The Zionist occupation forces continue to commit the crime of genocide in the Gaza Strip, for the 246th day in a row, by launching dozens of air strikes and artillery shelling, while committing massacres against civilians, amid a catastrophic humanitarian situation as a result of the siege and the displacement of more than 95% of the population.

Ninth Month of the Genocide War

The Palestinian Information Center reported that the occupation aircraft and artillery continued their raids and violent bombardment - today, Saturday - as the war of genocide enters its ninth month, in various parts of the Gaza Strip, targeting homes, displaced persons’ gatherings, and streets, killing dozens of martyrs and wounded.

The occupation forces continue their ground invasion of large neighborhoods in Rafah, while the incursion into the east of the Central Governorate continues for the fifth day, amid aerial and artillery bombardment and committing horrific massacres.

Incursion in Al-Zaytoun Neighborhood

Local sources reported a limited incursion by occupation vehicles east of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, amid violent clashes with the resistance in the area, coinciding with heavy gunfire and artillery shelling. The occupation vehicles fired fire and shells in the vicinity of the Kuwait Junction, south of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, south of Gaza.

Six people were martyred and others were injured as a result of the occupation forces targeting a house in the Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.

The occupation aircraft launched a raid targeting a house for the Abu Ghalibah family, east of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip. Five were martyred, including a couple and their daughter, and 14 others were injured, including at least 8 children, in a bombing on a house in Gaza City, at dawn on Saturday.

The martyrs are: Youssef Muhanna, his wife Linda, their child, Ibrahim Muhanna, and the child Jana Ihab Muhanna. Local sources confirmed that the occupation forces targeted a home for the Muhanna family, in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood in Gaza City, resulting in four martyrs and the injury of 14 others, most of whom were children and women.

Targeting Rafah

At dawn today, the occupation artillery targeted the center and west of the city of Rafah, in the south of the Gaza Strip, especially the Tal Al-Sultan neighborhood, and fired incendiary shells, which led to fires in the Oreiba area, north of the city.

   Abu Ubaida: The Enemy Killed Some of its Prisoners  

Abu Ubaida, the military spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, revealed that what the Zionist enemy carried out in the Nuseirat area in the middle of the Gaza Strip is a complex war crime, and the first to be harmed by it were its prisoners.

Abu Ubaida added, in a tweet on his channel on the Telegram platform, a short while ago, that the enemy was able, by committing horrific massacres, to free some of his captives, but at the same time he killed some of them during the operation.

Abu Ubaida stressed that the operation would pose a great danger to the enemy prisoners and would have a negative impact on their conditions and lives.

Earlier today, the occupation army committed a massacre in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip, coinciding with its forces carrying out an operation that included the recovery of 4 Israeli prisoners and detainees. It launched a violent aerial bombardment and intense belts of fire, resulting in hundreds of martyrs and wounded civilians.

The Government Information Office in Gaza reported that the death toll from the occupation massacre in the Nuseirat camp reached 210, with more than 400 wounded.

The occupation announced the recovery of four Israeli prisoners and detainees and the killing of an officer in the "Al-Yamam" unit during the operation, which it described as "complicated."

The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported today that the occupation committed five massacres in the Gaza Strip, including 70 martyrs and 150 wounded who arrived at hospitals during the past 24 hours, bringing the toll to 36,801 martyrs and 83,680 wounded since October 7.

The genocidal war waged by Israel against besieged Gaza has entered its 245th day, amid the Zionist occupation forces continuing to commit war crimes in the Gaza Strip, by launching dozens of air strikes, artillery shelling, and bloody massacres against civilians.

The occupation assassinates the mayor of Nuseirat

The occupation continues its aggression against Gaza, as it bombed a school housing displaced people, in the Beach Camp, west of Gaza City, which led to the death of three martyrs, one day after the massacre it committed in a school belonging to the United Nations Agency in the Nuseirat Camp in the central Gaza Strip, according to Palestinian sources.

10 citizens were martyred and others were injured in a raid launched by occupation aircraft on a house in the town of Abasan Al-Kabira, east of Khan Yunis, in the south of the Gaza Strip.

The occupation aircraft also launched a raid on the Nuseirat camp in the middle of the Gaza Strip, which led to the death of five martyrs, including the mayor of Nuseirat, Iyad Al-Maghari.

Al-Aqsa TV reported that 11 people were killed when occupation aircraft targeted a house near Al-Shamaa Mosque in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City.

8 massacres within 24 hours

During the past 24 hours, the occupation committed 8 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, including 77 martyrs and 221 injuries to hospitals.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza confirmed in a statement today, Friday, that the toll of the aggression had risen to 36,731 martyrs and 83,530 injuries since the seventh of last October.

The occupation bombed 150 shelter centers

The government media office in Gaza said: The “Israeli” occupation committed a new crime by targeting this Friday afternoon the Asmaa School shelter center in the Beach Camp, which led to the death of three citizens and the injury of seven others.

 The office confirmed in a statement that by targeting this school, which is affiliated with UNRWA, the number of schools affiliated with it and designated as shelter centers has increased, and the occupation has bombed more than 150 schools. In addition to the bombing of dozens of other facilities, facilities and service centers belonging to UNRWA, which were designated to shelter displaced persons.

Prominent resistance operations

The Palestinian resistance continues to confront the Zionist forces penetrating into several areas of Gaza, as the “Al-Qassam Brigades” announced today, Friday, that its fighters were able to target a house in which a Zionist force was holed up with a “TBG” missile, leaving it dead and wounded.

Al-Qassam added that it had monitored the landing of the Zionist helicopter to evacuate the Zionist soldiers east of the city of Deir al-Balah in the middle of the Gaza Strip.

Al-Qassam also announced the targeting of a Zionist “Merkvah 4” tank with an “Al-Yassin 105” shell near the Awadallah Junction in the Yabna refugee camp in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, said that its fighters bombed the headquarters of the Gaza Division at the Ra'im base with a missile salvo.

Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that clashes took place between the Palestinian resistance and the occupation forces in the Qeshta neighborhood and the Halal market in Rafah.

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