Gaza’s Grim Toll: 27,019 Martyrs, 66,139 Wounded… A Heart-Wrenching Chronicle of Aggression and Destruction Unfolding

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Amid the tragic aftermath of Israeli aggression, the Ministry of Health in Gaza reports an alarming toll—27,019 martyrs and 66,139 wounded, bearing witness to the devastating impact on human lives. In the past 24 hours alone, 15 massacres perpetrated by occupying forces claimed the lives of 118 martyrs and left 190 wounded, further intensifying the human tragedy.

The stark numbers paint a chilling picture of the relentless assault, with the Israeli army registering 2,269 misdeeds in Gaza over 116 days. Since October 7, a staggering 66,000 tons of explosives have been deployed by Israeli forces in the Palestinian exclave, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Al-Rashid Street, once a place of pilgrimage and solace for Gaza’s families, now lies in ruins, emblematic of the widespread devastation inflicted.

As Gazans attempt to return to their homes in the northwest of the strip after the withdrawal of IDF forces, they are met with the harsh reality of a landscape transformed by conflict. The destruction documented in videos from Beit Hanoun, north of Gaza, serves as a poignant testament to the profound impact of the Israeli aggression.

In the face of this ongoing disaster, China’s representative on the Security Council calls for a ceasefire with unwavering determination. However, the unfortunate reality persists that some countries oppose this crucial intervention, prolonging the agony for the people of Gaza. The international community grapples with the urgent need for action, recognizing the imperative to halt the catastrophic events unfolding in the heart of the Middle East.

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