Death toll in Gaza rises to 16,000, 42,000 injured: Health Ministry
Since the humanitarian truce expired on Friday, the Israeli regime has engaged in an unprecedented level of malevolence by waging multiple aggressions all across the Strip.
As of October 7, the Health Ministry in the Gaza Strip reported that approximately 16,000 individuals were killed by the Israeli occupation's relentless attacks, with an additional 42,000 people sustaining injuries.
"The death toll from Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip since October 7 has risen to 15,899, with 42,000 injured," spokesman Ashraf Al-Qudra said, as quoted by the Gaza Strip government’s Telegram channel.
This marks a stark increase compared to Sunday's figures, which indicated that the number of martyrs was at 15,523 martyrs, with 41,316 injured. That day, the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) committed a total of 23 massacres in the span of 24 hours.
Unprecedented level of malevolence
Over the weekend, since the humanitarian truce expired on Friday, the Israeli regime has engaged in an unprecedented level of malevolence by waging multiple aggressions all across the Strip.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent in Gaza described the attack last night as being one of the most violent since the start of the aggression.
"Last night was one of the most violent nights the sector has witnessed, from its northern to southern parts, as shells and intense airstrikes hit various areas."
Our correspondent reported that many martyrs were registered after the occupation forces targeted a house near the Shaboura cemetery in central Rafah, south of the sector, while the search for the missing continues.
He also added that the Israeli Air Force bombed a house west of the Jenin neighborhood in the city.