The Antonio Guterres, the UN secretary general, has demanded an urgent humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza.
The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged Israel to provide unrestricted humanitarian supplies to reach Gaza.
In addition, he called for the quick release of the captives held by Hamas, a Palestinian resistance organization. Earlier, the UN stated that drinking water has run out in Gaza and that children are being forced to drink contaminated water while highlighting the need for immediate humanitarian relief for Palestinians who are targets of Israeli assault in Gaza.
The UN claims that in the absence of Israeli army strikes, Palestinians in Gaza will perish from diseases and pollution. However, despite Israeli shelling, humanitarian convoys will reach Gaza today; the first convoy consists of 20 vehicles, while 100 trucks are in the queue.
In support of the Palestinian people, the Pakistan Army and NDMA have dispatched the first shipment of relief supplies from Islamabad to Egypt. Once the Rafah Crossing is opened, the supplies will be able to reach Gaza.
Furthermore, the Israeli army verified that resistance factions in Gaza were holding 203 captives.
The Israeli Defense Minister declared that Israeli forces will soon go inside Gaza at a meeting with soldiers close to the border.
However, US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller also verified that, of the Americans murdered in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 32 have been identified, while 11 remain unaccounted for.
Concurrently, the British Foreign Office verified that nine British nationals lost their lives in the most recent intensification of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while seven remain unaccounted for.
Following the Israeli army’s bombardment of Gaza, 3900 Palestinians lost their lives and over 13500 more were injured.
American TV said that Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh called for the Arab and Muslim world to march towards Israel in order to liberate the downtrodden Palestinians from Zionist aggression, after the approval for Israel’s ground forces to act in Gaza.
However, the Israeli army also bombarded buildings in Rafah, resulting in the martyrdom of 33 Palestinians, while Israeli jets fired missiles against the Orthodox Church in the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, a shelter for hundreds of people. The same hospital is adjacent to this church. 500 Palestinians were murdered by the Israeli forces.
While seven Palestinians lost their lives in the shelling of the Khan Yunis region, twelve Palestinians were slain in the assault on the Noor al-Shams refugee camp in the West Bank.
Three high-rise buildings in al-Zahra city and the 14-story al-Andalus Tower in Gaza’s Karama were left to rubble on Thursday as the bombing of the Jabalia refugee camp continued.
More than 1,500 children, 1,000 women, and 120 senior people are among the dead, according to Palestinian officials, and there are so many demolished structures that the volunteers were unable to rescue every person trapped in the debris.