Israeli Occupation army acknowledges injuries among soldiers in Gaza

Palestine

Published: 2024-03-01 17:55

Last Updated: 2024-04-23 16:08


Israeli Occupation army acknowledges injuries among soldiers in Gaza
Israeli Occupation army acknowledges injuries among soldiers in Gaza

The Israeli Occupation military acknowledged that within the past 24 hours, five officers and soldiers sustained injuries during clashes in the Gaza Strip.

A statement from the Israeli Occupation army said that a total of 3,014 officers and soldiers have been injured since the onset of the aggression against Gaza, with 1,432 injuries occurring during ground operations. Currently, 317 officers and soldiers are under medical care for injuries sustained in Gaza, with 36 considered to have severe wounds.

Since the start of the Palestinian resistance's Operation Aqsa Typhoon on October 7, the number of officers and soldiers killed in the occupation army has reached 582.

The aggression against the Gaza Strip persists for the 147th consecutive day, backed by support from the United States and Europe. Israeli Occupation airstrikes target areas near hospitals, residential buildings, towers, and civilian homes, causing destruction and casualties among Palestinian civilians. Additionally, the blockade obstructs the entry of essential supplies like water, food, medicine, and fuel.

The ongoing aggression has resulted in the deaths of 30,228 individuals and the injury of 71,377 others. Furthermore, over 85 percent of the Gaza Strip's population, approximately 1.9 million people, have been displaced, as reported by Gaza authorities and international organizations.