As 30 days have passed since the Hamas attack on Israeli soil, the death toll is about to exceed 10,000, mostly children and women, due to Israel’s military offensive in the Gaza Strip when it declared war on the Islamist group. The number of injured exceeds 24,000 injured and the number of displaced people exceeds one and a half million.
This morning, the Gaza Ministry of Health announced the death of 33 people in an Israeli attack on the Al Magazi refugee camp.
Washington has hosted a demonstration against the war policy of the president of the United States, Joe Biden. The demonstration was one of the largest pro-Palestinian rallies in the United States and one of the largest for any cause in Washington in recent years. London, Paris and Berlin have also held protests for a ceasefire.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken continues his tour of the region – today he will be in Turkey, where he will meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan – without having achieved President Benjamin Netanyahu’s commitment to a humanitarian ceasefire in the region. Gaza Strip.
Netanyahu rejected any “temporary truce” without the release of the hostages held by Hamas. The spokesman for the Al Qasam Brigadesannounced the death of more than 60 hostages due to Israeli attacks.