The lack of petroleum fuel and communication facilities in the Gaza Strip has hampered the delivery of relief goods. The United Nations has halted the delivery of relief supplies to Gaza due to fuel shortages. Expressing concern over the situation in Gaza, the World Food Program (WFP) has expressed fear of starvation there.
Petroleum fuel and communication facilities in the Gaza Strip were disrupted
The Israeli army allowed two tankers loaded with diesel-petrol to enter Gaza late Friday evening due to the deteriorating situation due to the war and international pressure. Meanwhile, eight people have been killed in Israeli operations in two locations in the West Bank. The death toll from Israeli security forces operations there since October 7 has reached close to 200, while the death toll in Gaza has reached 11,500, with two-thirds of them children and women. 2,700 people are feared buried under buildings destroyed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza.
The situation in Gaza between the war is pathetic!
According to the United Nations agency WFP, there is a constant shortage of food for people in the Gaza Strip and now there is a threat of complete destitution of starving people. Meanwhile, nine people are reported to have been killed in Gaza in the latest attack by the Israeli army, while five people have been killed in clashes during a search operation in the West Bank city of Jenin by Israeli security forces, drones said. in nearby Ramallah. Three Palestinians were killed in the attack.
Israeli army operation at al-Shifa hospital continues
The Israeli military operation on Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City continued for a third day. The army has found a tunnel there that is used by the extremist group Hamas. The hospital still has a large number of patients and homeless people. The Israeli army has also carried out airstrikes near the Syrian capital Damascus.
24 hours critical to Gaza’s communication system
It is learned that internet and phone services were disrupted on Thursday itself due to fuel shortage, the situation worsened on Friday. If diesel is not available in the next 24 hours, the entire Gaza communication system may be down.