Israel-Hamas war: Jabalia strikes resulted in 195 deaths and 120 missing.

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  • The Israeli attacks on the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza have been described by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as “disproportionate attacks that could amount to war crimes.”. 
  • Due to a fuel shortage, the Turkish-Palestinian Friendship Hospital, Gaza’s only cancer treatment facility, had to close. It’s possible that certain hospitals won’t have power.
  • Speaking through a spokesperson, Antonio Guterres stated that the UN chief is also “appalled” by the Israeli strikes on Jabalia. in quick succession.
  • The World Health Organization expressed satisfaction with the Rafah gate’s ability to facilitate the evacuation of at least 81 critically ill patients from Gaza to Egypt. reveals. It looks that for the first time since civilian crossings on October 7, 335 foreign passport holders were permitted to pass.
  • 8,805 Palestinians have died, at least. They were killed by Israeli attacks. during October 7 in Gaza. In Israel, about 1,400 people have lost their lives.
  • Israeli bombings in Jabalia resulted in nearly 200 deaths and over 100 missing persons. Please hold on. The most recent report released by the Government Media Office of Gaza states that more than 1,000 people have been affected by the first and second Israeli bombings of the Jabalia refugee camp in less than a day.This figure comprises the 120 unaccounted for, the 195 confirmed deaths, and the minimum of 777 injuries.UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has provided an account of the Israeli government.  There were assaults on Tuesday and Wednesday.  declared that what had happened in Jabalia was “appalling,” but the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights suggested that the “disproportionate attacks” might qualify as “war crimes.”.Israel announced that it would strike a commander in Hamas.An overview of recent events.hat has happened over the last few hours.
    • The Government Media Office in Gaza stated that 120 people remained missing and 195 people had died as a result of Israel’s strikes on the Jabalia refugee camp on Tuesday and Wednesday.
    • In Washington, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken meets with Saudi Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman to discuss reducing tensions in the Middle East.
    • Former UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness claims that a “military victory” over Hamas is not realistic nor possible. In addition, he charges that Western countries back Israel in its continuous conflict with Gaza.
    • 22 foreign employees of Doctors Without Borders who had been stranded in Gaza since October 7 reportedly received permission to depart, according to reports.
    • The Al-Helou Hospital in the area’s maternity ward was allegedly “bombarded” by Israel, according to the Gaza Health Ministry.
    • Following the fatal bombardment of the Jabalia refugee camp, Israel’s foreign ministry expressed its “regret” at Jordan’s decision to recall its ambassador, adding to the country’s diplomatic pressure.
    • Republican Congressman Brian Mast of the United States asserts that there are no “innocent” Palestinians involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
    • The first people permitted to leave Gaza through the Rafah border crossing into Egypt were foreigners and Palestinians in need of medical attention.
    • The Israeli army claims that during multiple clashes with armed Palestinian groups in northern Gaza, sixteen soldiers lost their lives.


Abrar Ahmed

Abrar Ahmed is a Pakistani journalist, columnist, writer, and author known for contributing to journalism and conflict resolution. He was born in March 1982. He holds a master's degree from the University of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Muzaffarabad and studied at Quaid E Azam University.

Abrar Ahmed is recognized as the founder of several notable organizations, including the Institute of Research for Conflict Resolution and Social Development, Ikhtilaf News Media and Publications, and Daily Sutoon Newspaper. Additionally, he established the Save Humanity Foundation, reflecting his commitment to humanitarian causes.

As a journalist, columnist, and author, Abrar Ahmed has written extensively on various subjects. He has authored several books, including "Tehreek E Azadi key Azeem Surkhaik," "Corruption Key Keerhay," "Masla e Kashmir ka Hal Aalmi Aman ka Rasta," and "Pakistan and Azad Kashmir Political System and New System Needed." These books cover topics ranging from the struggle for freedom, corruption, the Kashmir issue, and the need for political reform.

Abrar Ahmed has also contributed to education through his text books, such as "Modern Community Development Ideas" and "Basic Journalism," which have helped educate and shape the minds of aspiring journalists and community development professionals.

In summary, Abrar Ahmed is a multifaceted individual who has made significant contributions to journalism, conflict resolution, and education in Pakistan. His work as a writer and founder of various organizations reflects his dedication to promoting positive change and addressing critical issues in society

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