“O The world is at a historic moment to act to stop the aggression and massacres of our people”, said Shtaye on his Facebook profile, where he attached a video showing the increase in bombings in the Strip.
For its part, the Palestinian Journalists’ Union expressed its concern for journalists working in the Gaza Strip, following the almost total cuts in fixed, mobile and internet communications, which interrupted broadcasts by Gaza’s media outlets.
The union denounced the situation as a prelude to new massacres that Israel plans to carry out in the Gaza Strip “away from journalists’ cameras”, as reported by the WAFA news agency.
After the October 7 attack by Hamas on southern Israel, which left more than 1,400 dead, around 5,000 injured and 224 hostages, the intense Israeli retaliatory bombings on the Gaza Strip have since left more than 7,300 dead and around 19,000 injured in that Palestinian enclave.
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