One month has passed on the Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, the massive Hamas assault that slapped Israeli occupation in the face. One month has passed with no major Israeli achievement secured in face of the resolute people and resistance in Gaza.
The only “achievement” that the Israeli occupation has secured is the massacres that killed more than 10,000 Gazans as the number of wounded people surpassed 25,500.
Government Media Office in Gaza said on Tuesday in the Israeli occupation committed 21 massacres in the last 24 hours, killing 548 Gazans.
In a statement on the situation in Gaza, the Media Office put the death toll at 10,328, noting that 70% of the martyrs are children and women.
Six children and five women are killed every hour on average, the Media Office said, adding that almost 70 percent of Gaza’s population has been forcibly displaced from their homes due to Israeli bombing and raids.
Half of the hospitals and 62 percent of primary care health centers are effectively out of service, it noted.
The UN agency for Palestine refugees termed Israeli actions in Gaza as “forced displacement and humanitarian tragedy of colossal proportions”.
In a tweet on Tuesday, the UNRWA added that “for one month, people across Gaza Strip have been denied aid, killed and bombed out of their homes”.
For 1 month, people across📍#GazaStrip have been denied aid, killed & bombed out of their homes.
Daily struggles to find bread & water. Blackouts cut people off from loved ones & the rest of the world.
This is forced displacement & humanitarian tragedy of colossal proportions. pic.twitter.com/J12Z4w0hqw
— UNRWA (@UNRWA) November 7, 2023
Meanwhile on Tuesday, the UN human rights chief begins a five-day visit to the Middle East to discuss violations taking place during Israeli war on Gaza.
“It has been one full month of carnage, of incessant suffering, bloodshed, destruction, outrage and despair,” Volker Turk said in a statement.
Turk is in Cairo on Tuesday and will visit Rafah, on Egypt’s border with Gaza, on Wednesday before he travels to Jordan’s capital Amman the next day, his office said.
Earlier on Monday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Gaza is becoming a “graveyard for children”, calling for an immediate and unconditional release of all hostages.
— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) November 7, 2023
Source: Al-Manar English Website