Thursday, July 25, 2024

50 killed in Israeli attack on Mosque in Central Gaza

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

Palestinian media has reported that as a result of Israel’s airstrike on a mosque in central Gaza, 50 people have tragically lost their lives, and dozens more continue to endure injuries.

Media in this country has reported, citing Palestinian authorities, that the incident occurred on Friday, the 25th of Scorpio. It was at a time when the mosque was filled with worshipers, tragically resulting in the loss of 50 lives.

The Palestinian news agency Wafa has reported that this mosque was located in the Sabra area in the central Gaza Strip, which came under Israeli airstrikes. Meanwhile, in another Israeli attack on communication antennas in Khan Yunis in southern Gaza, at least one child tragically lost their life.

As of the most recent data provided by the Palestinian Ministry of Health, the conflict between Israel and Hamas, which began on October 7th, has resulted in the tragic loss of over 11,200 Palestinian lives.

In response to the ongoing conflict, the United Nations Security Council has taken action by calling for an immediate and sustained ceasefire throughout Gaza.

This resolution aims to facilitate access to crucial humanitarian aid and demand the unconditional release of all hostages held by Hamas and other involved groups.

This initiative aligns with the United Nations Security Council’s call for an immediate and sustained ceasefire throughout Gaza to address the urgent humanitarian situation.

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