180 days since onset: Tel Aviv's brutal war on Gaza

Palestine

Published: 2024-04-03 16:55

Last Updated: 2024-04-23 18:26


180 days since onset: Tel Aviv's brutal war on Gaza
180 days since onset: Tel Aviv's brutal war on Gaza

As the Israeli Occupation aggression against Gaza stretches into its 180th day, the besieged strip continues to grapple with what many describe as relentless genocide.

Since the aggression ignited, the suffering of Gazans has intensified, exacerbated by a deepening humanitarian crisis that has besieged the region for weeks.

The toll of this aggression is staggering: Over 40,000 lives have been lost or are missing, including 14,500 children and 9,560 women. Additionally, more than a million people have been displaced, with 700,000 forced to flee their homes in southern and northern occupied Palestine.

The destruction wrought by Israeli Occupation Forces is widespread, with infrastructure reduced to rubble, hospitals crippled, and thousands of homes destroyed or rendered uninhabitable. Journalists and medical personnel have been among the hardest hit, with 140 journalists and 484 medical workers losing their lives in the line of duty.

While international condemnation of Israeli Occupation's actions has been widespread, the Western world's response has been largely muted. However, for the first time, Israeli Occupation is facing international accountability, with calls for justice echoing at the United Nations, including discussions of potential legal action at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

Meanwhile, relief efforts from various countries have been underway, with aid convoys and humanitarian assistance streaming into Gaza. However, the need remains dire, with countless lives hanging in the balance as the aggression rages on.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health has been diligently documenting the harrowing statistics of this war, detailing the immense human suffering inflicted by Israeli Occupation's relentless onslaught. With each passing day, the toll on Gaza's people grows heavier, underscoring the urgent need for a lasting ceasefire and a just resolution to the Palestinian-Israeli Occupation aggression.