The Israeli army announced on Saturday, December 23, that five of its soldiers had been killed in the past two days while fighting in the Gaza Strip. The IDF said in a statement that four people died in the south of Palestine on Friday and a fifth in the north on Saturday. The deaths bring to 144 the number of Israeli soldiers killed since the Israeli government-led ground offensive on the Gaza Strip began on October 27. Follow our live stream.
Israeli military says it has killed senior Hamas official. Hasan al-Atrash was in charge of arms of the Islamic movement. IDF press release. The airstrikes were carried out in coordination with Israeli domestic intelligence. Hamas has yet to confirm this information.
The Hamas government put the new death toll at 20,258. The ministry says 201 people have been killed in the past 24 hours, and more than 53,000 have been injured. These figures cannot be independently verified.
UN says “no place is safe” in Gaza. In postings on its networks on Friday, the Israeli army ordered residents of the Buraj refugee camp and its surrounding areas. “For their own safety evacuate immediately” Seven kilometers to the south towards an area shown safe. “The Israeli army is simply ordering people to go to areas where airstrikes are taking place. No place is safe. [il n’y a] can't go anywhere”reacted On that day Thomas White, director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) in Gaza, on Saturday.
Attacks in the heart of the Gaza Strip. The Hamas Health Ministry said on Saturday morning that an Israeli attack on the Nuseirat refugee camp killed at least 18 people overnight. Israeli army “Its heavy artillery continues” Gaza City and Jabaliya in the north, as well as Deir el-Bala in the center of the territory, the statement added. In the south, strikes continue near Rafah and Khan Yunis. Saturday, Army Israeli He announced that he had been killed on his part “Terrorists” He discovered tunnels used by Hamas in Gaza City.
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