The health ministry in Gaza said on Thursday that at least 27,840 Palestinians were martyred and 67,317 were injured in the Israeli offensive on the Strip since October 7.
Nearly 130 Palestinians were martyred and 170 others were injured during the past 24 hours, the ministry said in a statement.
The statement said that “the Israeli occupation carried out 15 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, resulting in 130 martyrs and 170 injured.”
The ministry also said that “there are still many victims under the debris and on the streets, and due to the occupation ambulances and civil protection teams are unable to reach them.”
In the same context, the government media office in Gaza announced that the number of martyrs since the beginning of the war on Gaza has increased to 124.
Reporters Without Borders strongly condemned the Israeli military's dismantling of freedom of journalism and access to information in the Gaza Strip.
The organization called on countries and international organizations to increase pressure on Israel to immediately stop this genocide.
Reporters Without Borders indicated that journalists live a daily hell in inhumane conditions, as they are forced to move from one place to another, and live in tents and without electricity, with very little food and water. and especially suffer from lack of everything. equipment, and injured journalists have very limited access to medical care.
Reporters Without Borders once again urges the UN Security Council to immediately implement Resolution 2222 on the protection of journalists, noting that it has submitted two complaints to the International Criminal Court, and calls on countries and international organizations in this regard Have appealed again and again.
Despite calls from Reporters Without Borders to open the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt, Israeli authorities continue to block access to journalists in Gaza and prevent foreign journalists from entering the strip.
The Israeli war on Gaza has entered its fifth month and most of its victims are children and women, according to Palestinian officials. According to the United Nations, it has also caused “massive destruction and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe”.