Aid parachutes fill Gaza skies amid ongoing aggression


Published: 2024-02-26 17:15

Last Updated: 2024-04-23 04:29

Aid parachutes fill Gaza skies amid ongoing aggression
Aid parachutes fill Gaza skies amid ongoing aggression

On Monday evening, a Roya correspondent reported that significant amounts of aid were being airdropped via parachutes over various areas in the Gaza Strip.

Video footage depicted numerous parachutes carrying aid items filling the skies in some parts of Gaza. A reliable source confirmed that the dropped aid was of Jordanian origin.

As the Israeli Occupation aggression against Gaza reached its 143rd day, there were growing hopes for a potential agreement leading to a ceasefire and the delivery of humanitarian assistance. However, hunger continued to afflict the population in the northern Gaza Strip.

A prominent figure within Hamas expressed skepticism regarding the optimism surrounding an imminent agreement on an exchange deal.

Regarding casualties on the Israeli Occupation side, the death toll among occupation forces reached 580 since October 7th, with 240 fatalities since the commencement of ground operations on October 27th. The number of injured Israeli soldiers stood at 2,966, with 456 described as seriously wounded.

Operation Aqsa Typhoon, initiated by the Al-Qassam Brigades in response to Israeli Occupation violations, began on October 7th. Meanwhile, the Israeli Occupation military launched "Operation Iron Swords" targeting the Gaza Strip, resulting in numerous casualties, extensive destruction of buildings, residential towers, institutions, and infrastructure.