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Palestinian death toll hits 31,112 as Israel resumes its attacks – Prime Time News24



Palestine’s Well being Ministry in Gaza has acknowledged that Israeli strikes previously 24 hours have killed 67 Palestinians and injured 106 others within the besieged Palestinian enclave.

Israel’s new wave of assaults brings the demise toll to 31,112 Palestinians and 72,760 injured for the reason that starting of Israel’s navy onslaught on Gaza on October 7.

The state of affairs continues to deteriorate as Israel has sealed the coastal enclave, leaving Gaza to starve.

Israeli fighter jets and shelling focused homes within the Zaytoun and Sabra neighbourhoods, in addition to areas within the metropolis of Khan Younis in southern Gaza, Palestinian information company WAFA reported.

Warplanes additionally focused the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza and the Shati refugee camp west of Gaza Metropolis, the report added.

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has referred to as in his Ramadan message for the worldwide neighborhood to carry an finish to the “heinous crimes” happening in Gaza, the place Israel’s conflict has been raging for greater than 5 months.

Talking as custodian of Islam’s two holiest websites, King Salman gave thanks for the “blessings bestowed upon the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”, however famous the conflict in besieged Gaza would forged a shadow over the holy month of fasting and prayer.

“As we witness the arrival of Ramadan this 12 months, our hearts are heavy with sorrow for the continued struggling of our Palestinian brothers going through relentless aggression,” he stated.

“We name upon the worldwide neighborhood to uphold its duties to place an finish to those heinous crimes and make sure the institution of secure humanitarian and reduction corridors.”

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