Human Lives Human Rights: On Saturday, Israeli forces persisted in conducting air and ground attacks across a substantial area in the enclave, encompassing the southern city of Khan Younis.
Gaza’s health authorities report that a total of 24,927 individuals have lost their lives thus far.
A report from UN Women, released on Friday, stated that approximately 70 percent of the casualties in Gaza are now believed to be women and children. This includes the distressing statistic of two mothers losing their lives every hour since the onset of the crisis.
Following a phone conversation with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday, U.S. President Joe Biden mentioned that Netanyahu is not categorically opposed to a two-state solution.
However, CNN reported that just a day prior, Netanyahu had explicitly rejected the notion of establishing a Palestinian state.
As the Netanyahu administration demonstrates a steadfast commitment to persist in its military operation, relatives of the hostages held in Gaza staged a protest in Israel on Friday. Additionally, certain members of Israel’s war cabinet are now expressing doubts about the effectiveness of the ongoing operation.